Friday, February 5, 2010

For the Love of the Game(s) Friday

Oh, my. Can The Baroness just say how thrilled she is?

Wait, let me back up a minute.

You may recall that here I (foolishly) volunteered myself to be your official blogosphere ambassador to the 2010 Winter Olympics.

Well, the powers that be somehow made it happen, and ta dah!!! I got my first interview!

Two things you should know ahead of time:

1. The powers that be were too cheap to get me a videographer, so I had no choice but to do all of this myself.

2. I do not really know how to do all of this myself.

Without further ado, Let the Games begin!!

OK, sorry to interrupt.

Two more things you should know:

1. As part of the steep learning curve, I did not edit this. It is - not unlike the sometimes blahdee blah blah of my posts - a tad long. But I had such a good time, I didn't want it to end. No one's got a gun to your head to watch the whole thing...

(well, actually, she does)

2. What you've always heard is still indeed true. Canadians are polite. Exceedingly so.

Some of us (maybe those involved in perhaps a field of sportsplay that might employ skis and rifles) could from time to time, be a titch outspoken.

But it is just that.

Outspoken-ness: The sign of freedom.

And who among us doesn't love freedom?

If we had amendments up here, I'm sure this would be one.

You heard the lady.

Be nice.

Like we are.

Me and Vivi.


These Nine Acres said...

OMG. You rock. The best interview EVAH.

I so want to ski and shoot.

Well, only if there are no large hills involved as I am skeered of heights ;0)

baronessvonb said...

Countess of Those Nine: Don't be afeared - it's cross-country skiing, so the hills are little. Kinda like rollerskating on the snow...

Which, from the sounds of things, you have lots of. Keep warm, honey. :)

Daryl said...

don't ever learn to edit ..

baronessvonb said...

Countess D: As you wish. :)

Anonymous said...

OH I see what you did there...

Anonymous said...

Skiing and shooting RULES. Even if I am totally (unfashionably and miserably) late to the party.


I was out shooting and skiing, dammit.

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