|I believe this was the line to meet Charles Trippy. According to his Instagram, it took 3.5 hours to meet everyone!|
This was perfect time for us to be at the fair. There were so many babies and kids everywhere! It was very inspirational to hear the different vloggers talk about how it isn't always easy to vlog but that being able to look back at the videos really made all the work (and sometimes criticism) worth it all.
We took a little lunch break and decided to explore Queen Anne. We stumbled upon the Metropolitan Market... and we fell in love. I joked with Thomas that we could probably survive off of what we could find at Uwajimaya and the Metropolitan Market. We explored the market and decided to take advantage of the awesome selection of hot items and sandwiches. Thomas settled for a sandwich and some california rolls, and I opted for a salad. Chloe and I also shared a bowl of tomato bisque. Yum!
We headed back to VloggerFair, where we finally got to meet Judy and Julianna (we had run into Benji earlier in the day at Uwajimaya ^_^). It wasn't as crowded so we really got to enjoy talking to everyone!
We had an awesome and fun-filled day. I couldn't help but feel so blessed as I was falling asleep... and a lot of it was in large part due to Thomas. I posted the following on my Facebook page that night:
If you know me... My phone never has any memory in it because I'm constantly taking pictures and videos to capture all of life's precious moments. Over the years, Thomas has bought me an array of cameras and even a laptop. He has truly given me everything to pursue my dreams of recording and saving all of our family's memorable moments. I think I can finally say that I have received the final push and motivation that I needed to actually sit down and get to work. I want to make it a point to compile the pictures and videos that we've taken over the week... and put them together so that we can look back on them later down the road. Maybe I'll post these videos along with my blog updates. I already [try...] to make it a point to print my pictures and put them into my Erin Condren planner... So maybe I can share that as well. I want to invite you all along on another journey with us, as I venture into the world of truly becoming our family's historian.
[PS] Any helpful hints and resources would be greatly appreciated. I have a MacBook Air and will probably be using iMovie to edit videos. I've played around with Photoshop and I am thinking of also checking out LightRoom at the recommendation of my SIL. What are some of your creative ways of preserving your family's memories?
Photo Dump from VloggerFair 2014!
It was so nice to meet Shayt and Colette from Shaytards! Chloe juuuuust missed it but that's okay, they thought she was adorable even though she was asleep!
It was nice talking to Amy and Julian from AdenturesWithAJ. Thanks for the road trip recommendations... we'll definitely keep an eye out on your vlogs for more tips!
We each got a hug from DearMamaSal! She's so sweet!
I hope Thomas and I have the chance to cook with you guys one day! Checkout BenjiManTV for lots of food related videos!