Make a Wish Living Tombstone Remix

Ok guys, yes it is another My Little Pony video. I have watched the Living Tombstone’s remixes before, but I really like this one![ this is the same dude that made Discord ] This is a remix of the song “Make a Wish” from mlp Season 4 episode 12 Pinkie Pride. I hope you like it!


This is a video I showed my dad today in the car, and he said it was really catchy and that I should post it. So, here yall are!
By the way, this is a ‘Brony’ [ bro that likes ponies ] fan video by The Living Tombstone on Youtube.

(This is a comment by dad, I fixed the link for you. Remember to click the HTML mode button in the upper right corner when you want to paste a YouTube video and make it in bed like this!)

A Tour of Club Penguin (February 2013)

In this screencast, 10 year old Rachel takes us on a guided tour of Club Penguin. I asked Rachel to do this because this morning, she shared how she had created an igloo to be like a funeral scene for a puffin in the game. The father of one of Rachel’s older sister’s friends died suddenly from a heart attack two weeks ago, and 3 of us attended the funeral last Saturday. Rachel didn’t attend, so I wasn’t sure if this “virtual encounter with death” was a way she was dealing with those feelings. It’s not clear to me that she is or was… She describes how she saw someone else doing this with their igloo, and she thought it was a clever way to get people to come to your igloo in Club Penguin where they can click “like” to show their approval.

This is an interesting dive into the the virtual world my youngest daughter plays in every week.

If That’s How It Is

Sarah gave two wonderful performances last night at the Poteet Theater in Oklahoma City last night for her winter vocal audition. Way to go Sarah!

Her vocal instructor and coach, Jay Prock, wisely scheduled a short vocal audition prior to the musical performance of “The Wizard of Oz.” as a result they had a nice audience for the recital!

Minecraft Music Video Parodies

This week as I was looking through my minecraft youtube videos, as I often do, I found these really awesome videos made by a youtuber named¬†. He has spent a lot of time on these as well as bringing in to do the Parodies and some of the animating. They are some of the best videos I have seen not only for the¬†amazing¬†animating but it’s also the¬†extremely¬†creative lyrics that are packed with minecraft¬†references, some¬†that everyone should get but even a few more hidden ones that only real mincrafters would¬†recognize¬†that make them so great. My¬†favorite¬†one is¬†actually¬†called “Revenge” that is a parody of the song¬†DJ¬†Got Us Fallin’ in Love by¬†Usher which is¬†actually¬†a song I hadn’t heard before but that makes it even better for me in some ways, but I really love it for its awesome lyrics. The next best for me is called “Fallen Kingdom” which is a¬†parody off of¬†Coldplay’s Viva la Vida. Even though this video has good lyrics too, the visual effects are really what makes this one great. Another cool thing that this youtuber did was make a behind the¬†scenes¬†video for how he and his team made both of them. I found all of these really neat and hope you do too!

A Train to Fort Worth

We surprised our kids in April 2008 with a train trip to Fort Worth from Oklahoma City. This is the best resolution version of this movie that I have at this point. What FUN this was!

I found this video tonight as I was looking at data on an old hard drive. Unfortunately the new version of iMovie isn’t compatible with the older version I created this with. If I find a copy at some point I may encode this at a higher resolution. At least we have this version!

Our 2011 Family Christmas Card

Inspired by Ben Grey‘s December 7th post, “Challenging Seconds,” I’ve opted for a sixty second video this year in lieu of a family Christmas Card. Following the rules outlined by Ben, this is a 60in60 video:

  • 60 images
  • 1 second per image (total of 60 seconds)
  • The video tells a story

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from the Fryers in Oklahoma City!

Merry Christmas 2011 from the Fryers

Artist: Steven Curtis Chapman

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