Humpty and the Outdoors

Someone is home.

I just recently finished the infamous Scott Kelby’s Digital Photography book. So I thought it would be wise to follow my dad who thought it a good idea to take pictures to practice what he learned. So I did,  and I hope I continue. These are pictures of things I thought interesting around our house. Though the picture with Humpty Dumpty (no, I didn’t get him at McDonald’s, he was in a box marked ‘free to a good home’ at a garage sale) was by my father. Humpty Dumpty, by the way, is my fathers constant companion and aids his reflection tremendously. Just kidding, he stays in the drawer with the silly-puddy. ~N

Can you believe this is outside the front door?

The Ugliest Animated Character in Film History

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The Teenage Political Maverick

We had the opportunity to put together the little intro at the beginning (‘we’ meaning our effects division) back when this girl only had a few hundred views. After having one of her videos removed from YouTube (and later put back online), being hosted on Fox and Friends, and appearing on Glenn Beck TV, she has received a lot of publicity, and unfortunately a lot of flak. She certainly has gotten her fair share of hate, ranging from name-calling to death threats.

What I find remarkable about Madeleine is her poise, courage and vision. Though I don’t agree with her on everything, it is to be noted that she is not being sucked into the culture. She is active and thinking (which is very unusual for a teenager these days). She says what needs to be said. She is not afraid to stand up for what she believes in which is convicting for me. Seeing her model vision in the political arena (which I have mostly ignored because it was too stressful) though she is only a year older than me inspires me to get in there too. But it might be in a different way. At first I was all gung-ho about getting up a video bashing somebody in Washington, but it was all because I wanted to get as famous as she. I started to subscribe to all sorts of conservative news emails and looked at the times a little more closely. But my disillusionment vanished quickly. I got scared reading the rather pessimistic newsletters about Obama and his czars, the latest laws and regulations, and the end of the world.

Then dad told us about the hate mail she was getting, and told us to count the cost before trying to do something like this. I had seen the popularity she was getting, but not the disgusting comments and the heart-stop of having her video taken down. Praise The Lord for a father who can see beyond the glittering numbers on her followers bar, and can see all the flak and hate spewing from the comments section.

May The Lord bless her and keep her safe, and continue to show her His word.

~Nechet

The Homosexual Dilemma

Our most recent update for the weekly video segment TheBabylonEffect.

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– Ms. Moriah Renata

Beloved

“In Paris, one is always reminded of being a foreigner. If you park your car wrong, it is not the fact that it’s on the sidewalk that matters, but the fact that you speak with an accent.” – Roman Polanski

“In Paris they simply stared when I spoke to them in French; I never did succeed in making those idiots understand their own language”- Mark Twain

– Renata M. Hudelson

Worth more than rubies…..

This is a music video Gabriel did the music for……

~ Moriah R. Hudelson

Dan Savage “The Bible got it wrong?”

Recently Dan Savage took to the bully pulpit. His argument – is interesting.

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Dance like nobody is watching

Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass, It’s about learning to dance in the rain. – Unknown

Moriah Renata

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The rain did animate in this picture, ;P sorry it’s not right now…..