Friday, July 11, 2008

Video of Truman being Born

Remember a couple of weeks ago when I told you that a film crew was following me around for a couple of days? Well the video is finally posted on etsy! You can see it here. 

11 comments:

Heidi said...

What a great video! How lucky there was a camera there for Truman's entrance :)

Cheryl in VA said...

What a great video. The whole clip was so well done, and very informative. Thanks for doing this, it really brings it all into view.
I am hoping to get to visit in the fall, just not sure yet.

PolarBearCreations said...

Susan, what a great video!
It's amazing to see you and the animals and I really feel connected! It actually made me cry! You are living the dream, my/our dream and I guess it made me aware of how much I miss living in the country at the moment!
Thank you soooo much of doing this and for letting us be a part of it.

--Deb said...

Mom sent me that link this morning. (It's almost impossible to get ANYTHING Martha's Vineyard-related past her.) It's such a fabulous story! Loved the production values, and especially getting to hear YOU talk about your farm. Just great!

Virginia said...

Wow, that's amazing. Truman's birth made me tear up, I love it. Congratulations!

Threadless said...

So glad I was not the only one snuffling back tears at Truman's birth! Geez, ya can't take me anywhere anymore!

Susan, I maintain my statement that you are awesome. You're made of awesome, actually. ;) I love the concept of the CSA applied to fiber, I think that is so very amazing.

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful video, you told and showed what's hard about a farm and what is beautiful.

joanb said...

Hi Susan - I loved the video and the emotion of seeing the baby born. It was nice seeing and hearing you, you're so passionate about what you do, it's just great to listen to you and see your face light up.

You've been all over the place the past week. Woman's World AND the What's Hot page in the Vineyard Style magazine. Who knew us MVFF t-shirt wearers were trend setters.

And yes, Deb's right, it's almost impossible to get anything MV past me, my radar is pretty uncanny.

Meg said...

such a great video! My stomach totally dropped when I saw the stuck lamb, so heartwarming to see him start walking around. The video really helped me understand your farm and business.

Colleen said...

Great video! Well done. I've explained your farm to people but looking at the video will make it easier to understand your farm.

habitual said...

3 things made me tear up: Truman's birth, your expression of your feelings about being responsible for them, and at the end when the two little goats prance up to you wagging their little tails. Oh my! How sweet!

I think you are setting an amazing example and have an incredible opportunity and life. Keepon!