|a poor, but effective taping|
|a lot of my work done for me|
|A lot of debris in the box.|
Hey everybody. I know, I know. I really haven’t done enough blogging at all lately. The truth is, I have been studying and really haven’t had enough time to blog. Okay, maybe I had time to blog, but I didn’t really have time to pursue any hobbies. Studying became my hobby, and I just didn’t really want to blog about that…. though I am thinking of writing a blog about being an ESL teacher. I will let you know.
Anyway, though I haven’t jumped back on the hobby bandwagon, I did try something new. I put a video up on YouTube. I was hoping that some people would discover it there and then hopefully discover my blog. It hasn’t really worked out that way, but it was a nice experiment. I just thought I would post a link here, just in case some people actually subscribe to this blog, or get some kind of notification about this blog.
This blog is about my newest nanoblock purchase. I bought the Statue of Liberty kit. Honestly, I wasn’t planning on doing this one. I loved the colour of the bricks, but ….. it just wasn’t on my radar. I came across a heavily discounted one the very afternoon my course was over. I could have built it, but I had a lot of other stuff I had been putting off that really needed to get done first.
When I build it, I will post some pictures. Please check out the video (if I have done the whole link thing correctly).
This isn’t my first video on YouTube. I have done a few with trains, and even one about a frog that found itself near my basement window, but this is the first I have put onto my blog. If you like this video, please check out the ones with my trains.