September 25, 2007
YAY we have a new clip...and its a how to type of clip...where Dishka is basically narrating how to build ..... something LOL. Ok ok...I honestly have no idea..what they were constructing..at first I thought it was like a secret hideaway..like when your kids and you build a fort in the back yard...but I am probably so wrong! LOL But it was cute...and its great to see Dishka back!
My only constructive criticism was that when the girls were making things for their "safe zone" the camera movements got a bit jerky...but beyond that it was a very cool clip... It was funny watching Dishka boss Tasha round in how to make the decorations..LOL And then we got to see Dishka's pets.....glad to see the kitty survived Tasha's stalking from the last clip!
Ok, after looking it up on the net heh I understand the vid alot more now hehe
The secret hideway, as robert called it heh, was actually a tent/hut for eating during the festival of Sukkot. also known as the "Feast of Booths"..Tasha & Dishka just made theirs at a much smaller scale hehe
Cute seeing you two sit under that table though heh
Posted by: dguy011 at September 25, 2007 11:28 AM (5vkyw)
Posted by: Robert Woolwine at September 25, 2007 11:37 AM (SDhNB)
Yeah, When "Happy Sukkot" was shown at the end of the clip. I went searching the net for the meaning of "Sukkot" since i had no idea what that was heh It showed images of huts/tents like the girls made in the vid..only bigger heh
heh how come the girls were sitting under a different tent made with chairs at the end of the clip? hehe
Posted by: dguy011 at September 25, 2007 11:58 AM (5vkyw)
I had a feeling it had something to do with the holiday...I just was not sure...I had never celebrated it...
Posted by: Robert Woolwine at September 25, 2007 12:41 PM (SDhNB)
Posted by: BHK72 at September 26, 2007 02:35 AM (gnqgE)
Posted by: Robert Woolwine at September 26, 2007 06:14 AM (oHBxM)
I like these type of T&D vids that they do
It peaks my interest and makes me think and ask questions which eventually lead to the answers. Good work and very educational.
Thanks for posting the link also .
And Happy Sukkot!
Posted by: Shawn at September 26, 2007 08:02 AM (pH/Z1)
Posted by: Robert Woolwine at September 26, 2007 10:27 AM (6drOH)
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