Friday, April 1, 2011

Special Visitors to My Garden


On the very early morning news program the local NBC affliate has a local garden feature on Fridays.  Leigh and Moe came over to visit My Garden Path and shoot some video.  Of course, fittingly enough, the spot aired on April Fool's Day!  Mmmm......

If you would like to see their view of my garden you can view the video clip here. 

I had a lot of fun doing this as did my grandson, Landin.  I certainly can see lots of empty spaces in their view of my garden.  I think I'll get busy this weekend filling at least some of those empty spaces.

16 comments:

  1. Adorable!!!!!!!!! I love this a lot!!!

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  2. That was a neat little video Kay. I'd be a nervous wreck, but you were cool as a cucumber. What a huge wonderful old shade tree and look at all that you are growing under and around it. This was an inspiration to me.

    Happy Gardening ~ FlowerLady

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  3. Get outta town!!! You are famous, NanaK! Enjoyed seeing your veggie "bed" from the long view and your grandson who is so full of energy. He is lucky to be learning so much from his grandmother. I must say, you should've given us a heads up on this airing. I will have to check the listings and see what time this show airs on Fridays. I really never turn on my TV until 7 or 8 at night...but I'd make an exception for a local garden feature.

    (By the way, I think you're very brave for going on television! You are very well-spoken. I'm with FlowerLady...I'd be a complete nervous wreck.)

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  4. That is very cool! This will become a precious memory for your grandson for sure! Love that oak tree too! Don't worry about the empty space, actually I envy you have so much space for the plants to grow in. I pack all my plants even when they are young in my tiny space, and then soon find out I need to do lots of moving around.

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  5. Nice video, you did great!

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  6. Kay,
    I had my DVR set and got to watch it this morning... very early. You did a great job and I LOVED seeing the wide views of your back garden. That old oak would just be so much fun to plant under! Landin was adorable, too. Really NICE interview.
    Meems

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  7. Hay, Nana, that was sooo cool! And you have memories to share and treasure. What fun!

    -- Penny

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  8. Wow, Kay, you're a great blogger AND a TV personality! You were a very cool cucumber, too. Great plug for roses in Florida!! And your garden looks so nice even in the quick shots. Landin is a funny guy and very cute!! Have fun planting!!

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  9. Kay, We had the DVR set to record you and Leigh Friday morning. I watched it as soon as I walked in the door Friday. You did a great telling the story of gardening with your
    Grandchildren! Janis

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  10. Thanks everyone for your kind comments. It was a lot of fun sharing about gardening, but I am SO glad it is OVER.

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  11. I finally got to watch it,yesterday.You did great!I agree with everyone else-I'd be a basket case!Your grandson is a cutie-patootie.
    Now,I can say I've met a TV star.

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  12. Nanak, You are a movie star how cool is that!

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  13. Penny posted the link on Facebook so I got to watch you debut on tv. I loved your yard and the fun you share with your grandchildren. Gardening is such a wonderful adventure with a giant learning curve. Good job, Kay.

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  14. Kay, I am soooo happy for you and your new-found fame!!! Of course you've been famous with us in the gardening blogosphere for some time, but now you've gone mainstream!!! Giddy up!! The video is really great...so nice to see your full garden, how the g-kids help, and to see/hear you in person!! What a treat! Now you have your garden AND your TV spot to share throughout the years!

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  15. Hey NanaK...you're a star! You did a super job with the interview...I would have been extremely nervous, but you did not appear to be at all. And,Landin...was, of course, adorable. I loved the way he ran down the path carrying his veggie. Very well done!

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NanaK