Friday, July 18, 2008

Practicing the New Job

I practiced the Branson video script at home to time it and to practice talking to a camera. It's Friday, I didn't have a great idea for a post, so what did I think to myself? Blooper video! This is good weekend viewing right here. Well, not really. But, you know, I tell you I'm uncool all the time. I thought you needed solid proof. Also, all three boys make an appearance, so you can add this video to my list of working from home fact and fiction. On the other hand, I cut the part where I send Drew away really rudely, so you can't take away my mother-of-the-year.


Anonymous said...

I am completely convinced that Katie Couric began this same way.

LOL this cracks me up Seren, even when you try to blooper yourself you're still charming.

Drew "how ya doin?" (I had to watch this 3 times just for that)

Felicity said...

I agree with Tiffany, Drew steals the show in his half second appearance! I love that kid!

Anonymous said...

Hi Serenity! I have made it to the comments page! I love the bloopers! I could watch you all day (serious on the Today Show thing)! And I have to tell you I love the Monica quote in the last posting's comments - you crack me UP! Your ability to pull the most obscure thought and make it tie an entire post up always gives me the final "A-ha" that you may have been going for all along but makes it seem all me! Like, aren't I a smart reader for getting that? (No, Serenity is a brilliant writer for making you get it)!
luv, sara

serenity said...

Sara, I'm so glad you finally commented! And you're so encouraging! About the whole "tying it up at the end" thing: Have you seen Juno? She tells him he's so cool without even trying, and he says what I would say to you, "I try really hard actually." :)

Anonymous said...

Yes - I love that movie!! I remember that quote distinctly; that movie is full of great quotes actually. I L-O-V-E your last post too!

SolShine7 said...

LOL. Bloopers are always fun to watch. But all silliness aside, you have the look and voice for TV/vlog stuff.

p.s. Your kids are adorable in this!

Adam Gonnerman said...

I just had time now to watch the video. It was hilarious! You have an camera presence, though.