Friday, February 29, 2008

Life Has Been Very Busy

Well, as you can see, I have not posted much on my blog for the month of February. There are a few reasons for this.

Rachel has taken over-time shifts at her work so that we can have a little extra cash to catch on bills. Because she is doing this, I am staying home more with the girls and working very little at Lin's (except this week 2/24-3/1). My business is also picking up because I have had so many phone calls and quite a few jobs over the past few weeks. But when I am not working on computers or iPods, or at Lin's, I am watching the girls. With the girls now crawling and they have found out how to roll from their backs onto their stomachs, they do not stay still / won't stop spitting up / attach each other without knowing they are hurting the other sibling, so they have to be watched so that they do not touch or grab anything, or crawl somewhere that could hurt them. So life has been very busy. This is also as to why I have not posted any new videos lately. But don't worry, since I am off all next week (3/2-3/8), I'm sure I will find some time to post some of the best clips of all the video that has been taken since the last time I posted a video of the girls.

Another reason as to why I am posting this blog entry is to let everyone know that if you would like to see AND ORDER pictures of the girls, Rachel has been uploading pictures that she and I have been taking with our digital camera, to her Walgreen's photo account. Visit the "Sharich Twins" photo page. Just to let you know, (for privacy reasons too) you have to have a Walgreen's account to view the pictures.

Oh, in case you have not seen it (because the picture link was not correct), you can watch Rachel's Valentine's Day video/gift. While I am on the subject of my website, you may have noticed on the main page of my site that there are two more links to my website; "Panoramic" and "Videos". I decided to move the Panoramic photos to their own spot, instead of sharing them with personal photos. The Videos page, which I haven't even started to create yet, will show all videos I have posted on YouTube. Things or plans may change with those two new pages, but for right now, that is what I plan to have on each page. I will try to fix the menu bar up above as soon as I can.

Well, when I get a moment, I'll begin working on posting a new video. See you in four years for the next February 29th blog entry.

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Happy Valentine's Day

During my sister's wedding reception, they were playing a projected slide show that my brother-in-law made. Those of you who were there may have remember seeing this. I asked him how he made this and he told me Windows Movie Maker. I've always used it to edit the movies I post here, but I never thought of using to make a slideshow.

Well, with Valentine's here, I thought I would make a slide show for Rachel (since I am broke and couldn't buy anything) after I saw the commercial for the new Apple MacBook Air. The song they used in that commercial, I thought, would be perfect to be playing while the pictures were displayed. So I took all the digital pictures from the beginning from when Rachel and I started dating all the way up until now, and then I went through and picked out the best ones to fit along the time length of the song.

Since I couldn't help myself, I told Rachel I was making her something for today. But I didn't want her to think it was something made from a computer, so I told her that I had to run out the other night while she was at work to buy some glitter (you know, a craft project -- lol).

Oh, and one more thing... Happy Valentine's Day!

Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Double Trouble at the Wedding Reception

While up in Salt Lake last week, I was able to take video of people at my sisters wedding reception on Thursday (1/31). Since most of the video is of people you have no clue as to who they are (whether friends/family of my sister or my brother-in-law), I thought it would be best to just post a video of the girls in their dresses being adored by everyone.