Submitted by Jocelyn Rish on March 11, 2012 - 11:21pm
When I signed up for the A to Z Challenge, I noticed they were also having an A to Z video challenge to help spread the word about the blogging challenge taking place in April. The video entries are due tonight, and since I wait until the last minute for everything, I finished mine this evening.
Regular blog visitors know I’m crazy about my dog, which is a trait I share with the rest of my family; so when I was trying to think of ideas for the A to Z challenges, I knew they had to be dog related. For the video challenge, I gathered clips from my brother, sister, and parents of their adorable dogs in action. Some of the footage is not great quality, but I think y’all will agree that the canine cuteness more than makes up for it.
I now proudly present… ABCDogs
I’d like to thank my sister Joanna for creating the doggie version of the ABC song for me. I’d also like to thank my brother Brian for helping me with the editing. I sat with him while we edited our two short films, but he always drove Final Cut while I watched, so this was my big chance to try out what I'd learned. It was fun! And I was unreasonably proud of what I was able to do on my own. I only had to get his help with a few of the things. Thanks again, siblings!
I hope you enjoyed my canine commercial for the Blogging from A to Z Challenge. If you haven’t sign up for it yet, think about giving it a try. This will be my first year, and I’m really looking forward to it.
Voting for the video challenge is now open, so if you thought my dogs were cute, you can vote for us here.
Are you entering the A to Z Blogging Challenge? If you participated in the past, any tips for us newbies? Aren’t the Rish family dogs adorable?
I’m a writer and filmmaker exploring the magic of stories. I’ve always loved to read and watch television and movies, and now I'm creating my own stories via YA novels, short stories, screenplays, and even short films. I’m also an animal lover with a menagerie of pets; and, yes, I’m one of those people who puts party hats on their dogs and makes them “cakes” for their birthdays.