Thursday, August 5, 2010

Wine is Truth and Everything is Not as it Appears

The following video would not have came to be without the help of several people. A deep and heartfelt thank you to Hunter, for your inspiration and your enduring support. A special call out and hand of applause to my dear friend and creative genius Joe Herrig of Suburban Wino who helped me turn this vision into a reality, thank you Joe, for your video-making brilliance and for making the process so dang easy. Lastly, but only in order mentioned, thank you for reading, watching and indulging my passion.

22 comments:

  1. very clever (and happy to help out, of course)

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  2. That's incredible Tamara. I really can't think of words to describe how impressed I am with this. Way to go.

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  3. Wow! Really good stuff! Innovative, inspiring and drips with integrity. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Very cool! Love to see the creative side come out of people, especially in unexpected and unconventional ways :-) What a fantastic way to convey your message.

    Well done.

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  5. cool stuff babe!

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  6. OMG. You are one clever woman. Very impressed!

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  7. Tamara - fantastic job. I've seen other 'non-wine' versions of this and you used a very creative medium to share some important insights.

    I'm happy to be able to call you a friend. Keep up the good work. Some wise business will soon see your creativity and scoop you right up.

    Josh
    drinknectar

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  8. Very cool and very creative lady!

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  9. WOW! You are amazingly brillant.

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  10. Wow, Tamara, excellent and very clever!

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  11. I have to admit, you totally tricked me. I was thinking you were trying to just be contrary, and then I read on. BRILLIANT!

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  12. I had to come back for another read, I was so impressed.

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  13. Wow, thank you all for your amazing comments, I'm deeply moved and perhaps even a bit veklempt. It's so difficult making something like this, feeling a sense of attachment and then not getting any feedback. I really appreciate the kind words from you all, it's really the only reward we bloggers get, so please don't stop!!

    Anonymous: thank you so very much for your comment, but calling me "babe" is awfully familiar for someone who won't identify themselves. I'm intrigued. Who are you, you masked man (?)?

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  14. A little perplexed at first... Awesome! Thanks for sharing your message so creatively!

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  15. Very Clever! I wasn't sure what to expect at first. That was well thought out piece and I loved the message. Look forward to seeing more of this :-) Have a wonderful weekend.

    Dezel

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  16. Brilliant - you made my morning! Thank you for this and other posts, please continue to put your message out there!

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  17. Thanks Lynette, glad to see your voice again and delighted to have made your morning. Hope the day only gets better! Cheers to powerful messages!

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  18. Tamara, that was awesome!
    I think you just made my day.

    I continue to be in awe of your amazing art. You are an inspiration to us all.

    Cheers
    Brian
    norcalwingman

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