Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Six Turkeys and a Moose

In today's world, applications for scholarships, college entrance, job offers and grants are applied for online.  Often a companion video is part of the application.  

The assignment is to tell the story of "why you think you should receive the funding."  

I live in a charming little village in south central Montana.  Recently I took on the job of creating a video to tell a story of our village in 4 minutes or less.  This is the result - which I am proud of.  
At my age, learning a new skill, especially a technical skill in the digital era, is an accomplishment.  Now my children can be impressed of their mama.  Mama can be impressed with herself!

Postcards from the heart and soul of the Rocky Mountain West ~ with love ~ Deborah


  1. WOW - what a beautiful town and community!

  2. way to go sister - great piece of work and telling a wonderful story to boot!!

    now i am waiting to see the olive oil documentary.....i know you've got lots of good footage just waiting to be edited ;-)

  3. Janet - thank you for the kind thumbs up! Where do you call home?

  4. Sister ~ The Olive Odyssey just needs the narrative and music (just!) and is 50 minutes long. Do you think it is too long to post?