Wednesday, June 4, 2014

A Symphony of VINES

Vine LogoSince I saw my first Vine, I’ve been a fan. So much so that I’ve been vining whenever I get the chance. I love that all I have to come up with is 7 seconds of greatness (or not). I think that’s why I love Twitter so much. 140 characters (or less) and you’re done.

Back to vining. I love it so much that I’m going to submit an entry into the Urban Dictionary requesting that “vining” be acknowledged as a verb. Speaking of which, the urban dictionary defines “vine” as

A short video, usually 5 to 10 seconds long of compiled clips of random stuff. They are frequently posted on social websites such as facebook, twitter etc.

In case you don’t remember, this was my virginal vine post and yes, Max is still digging to China.

So, the other day, it was Molly’s birthday. The Kids haven’t met Molly but they might as well have. Not only do they know Molly but they can recognize her Mother, Shayna’s picture and name. In honour of Molly’s birthday, they wanted to do something special for her. They decided to send her a vine.

Happy Birthday Molly.


Molly, being the polite soul that she is sent a message back.
And I’ll throw in this recent one for good measure. Max was really into music class as you can see.

 

Have I Convinced you to Start Vining Yet?

P.S. If the volume is turned up on your computer but you still can’t hear the video then hover your pointer over the video and an audio volume icon will appear in the top left hand corner. Adjust and voila sound.

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14 thoughts on “A Symphony of VINES

  1. Laurie P

    I’m not totally convinced to try vine yet. Actually I’n not sure I want to ventureinto anything past facebook. I’m pretty hooked on fb alone, and if I start on twitter, vine or any other network, my days would be ruined lol

    Vine IS interesting tho…

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  2. Elva Roberts

    I love the enthusiasm that your children to wish Molly a Happy Birthday. As for the other vine, maybe the music was not to Max’s beat. Thank you for these moments of delight.

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