I have a goose issue. I do! I mean it’s like they know me. Is it just me? Here’s my video.
More blogging tips; 5 Elements of a Great Vlog was written for The SITS Girls by me and appeared there this week. Just wanted to add it to my repertoire of tips.
Have you taken the vlogging plunge yet? Are you still a little intimidated to put yourself in front of a camera? Here are 5 elements of a great vlog that will help you create fun, professional and entertaining videos to add to your blogging bag of tricks.
You can read the rest here: 5 Elements of a Great Vlog.
Grab that camera and get videoing!
I really can’t tell you how many times I have driven through St. Louis, Missouri and saw the Gateway Arch, or how many times I have snapped a picture of the Gateway to the west. I passed by it several times as a child, I know. The Texas Tour with The Cook Family Singers comes to mind as one particular time, as does the time my mom made us gently led the whole family to see Dodge City in Kansas.
In all of those times I have passed through I’ve never been to the Arch, never ventured up into the Arch. Scratch that off my bucket list, folks, the deed is done. I even touched it as we were leaving.
It seems like I am always just passing through St. Louis. This time, thanks to The SITS Girls and #BBCSTL I was there for a few days.
According to the pamphlet we were given upon purchasing our tickets, The Gateway Arch is the nation’s tallest monument, reaching 630 feet. This iconic, awe-inspiring arch has welcomed visitors for nearly 50 years.
I must say, I was a wee bit worried when they asked if I was claustrophobic. I mean I’m not and all but you never know when it might hit, like while you’re entombed in a car for five, traveling steadily to the top of the St Louis, Missouri Gateway Arch.
Here is a short video while waiting for the ride up:
It wasn’t a huge deal, as far as thrills go, and the view, while something to see, afforded only a few small windows with a crowd of people vying for their chance to take a peek. All in all, I am glad that I finally had the opportunity to visit this inspiring monument with historical such value and would encourage all to do so.
Have you ever been in the Arch? What did you think?
Have you ever been stuck in an elevator? I have and it wasn’t even a little bit fun. I posted about it here: Stuck in an Elevator but I couldn’t resist doing a video, though the recording isn’t the best.