Thank you so much for popping in today.
Just got back from the HOCHANDA studios.
Before we settle down and chillax for the evening,
both Dave and I want to thank you for all your upbeat support
during this launch weekend.
I can tell you now, it has been one of the best experiences ever.
To be involved at the very outset of something as mammoth
as launching a TV Channel.
You just can’t imagine it.
To be a tiny part of a huge operation, but to play such a big role front of house is quite a daunting responsibility, you know.
So when I said yesterday,
“A lot is riding on this!” I wasn’t kidding!!
Aside from the obvious pressure, we have had such fun.
I shall never forget it.
Watching so many people just working together and pulling together, ironing out creases and battling to solve glitches.
Always friendly, helpful, polite and positive.
It was awesome.
Anyway, I wanted to say
to the whole crew at HOCHANDA!
We did it!!!!
Last night, we aired the Wee Folk No. 1 and 2
and a couple of Word Chains 11 and 12.
I think they work beautifully together.
You can make the most delightfully simple compositions,
with just a little character and an appropriate sentiment.
Here’s my favourite stance!
I love positioning the little boy
as if he were carrying one of the letters!
Little things, I know, little things….
Did you ever read ‘Ode on a Grecian Urn’ by John Keats?
One of the most beautiful poems I have ever read.
The last two lines say:
‘Beauty is truth, truth beauty, – that is all
Ye know on earth, and all ye need to know.’
I like that.
Keeps it simple for me.
But can you not see the potential with these little figures
and the uplifting words?
Not particularly tricky stamping.
But very emotive.
One word can speak volumes.
When enhanced with a little character, the heart listens.
Do you have a favourite uplifting word?
I love the word Gratitude.
(Sorry it’s on another Word Chain!)
How about you?
Give us a word to contemplate…
Time for a cuppa.
Love and hugs,