Skip to main content

The Little Tramp

Posted here for friends and family of Seamus who are not on http://seamusupdates.ning.com, it is


Find more videos like this on seamusupdates
(seamusupdates is a private social comunity of friends and family interested in the recuperation of Seamus Morrison. If you feel you need to join Seamusupdates, please request an invitation by commenting here.)

Comments

ecornwall said…
That was wonderful!! Seamus is a natural actor.... just adorable!
Anonymous said…
Wow, I don´t know what to say, it´s amazing, great work!
Anonymous said…
Seamus your Charlie Chaplin is fabulous! I have watched it 5 times already!

Thank you for explaining about your surgeries. I understand much better now. You are a very brave young man. I am very glad that you are back at school and smiling and singing and playing the piano again. Love, Cousin KTKC
How sweet!!! - and it all seems so natural and harmoniously...!
Jean Andersen said…
My name is Jean Andersen, Joann Kramer is my neice. She has been keeping my posted by mail and phone about Seamus. I would like to be able to follow his progress online.
Thankyou!
Jean
Scott said…
Jean I'd be pleased to add you to the Seamusupdates ning. I need an email address to do that, though. You can post that here or send it to me directly at scott@scottmerrick.net .

Popular posts from this blog

Periscoping a Fall Walk across Nashville's Pedestrian Bridge

On my final day of Fall Break, which I spent mostly knocking out home-focused honey-do items (though I did get to Marrowbone Lake for one morning of fishing), I decided to take a walk over the John L. Seigenthaler Memorial Bridge. I had never done it before! My goal was to take a 360 panorama for my little side project, Nashville360VR, which has been suffering lately from my dedication to my new job at Warner Enhanced Elementary School. I did that, and on a whim I Periscoped it. Here's the video of that which I saved locally. Folks popped in and out--I don't think I had more than 20 or so concurrent viewers, but all in all I received 251 peeks over the 13 or so minutes or so of the 'cast. You won't see chat or comments (or hearts :), but you can view the video. Here:

Thanks to 'scopers for dropping in. And thanks to the powers-that-be for such a gorgeous Friday afternoon!

Here are a couple normal "pano" shots I took on my iPhone:



That is all. Oh...

If yo…

THE BEST ISTE EVER: Day 4 Reflections

I'll get a start on it. Day 4 was the bomb. Here's the "moneyshot" again  to prove it:

Tuesday morning I actually slept in until 7:30, had a good workout, and dressed smartly for my photo shoot at 11:20. I'd been asked by ISTE to be a poser and you know me, I couldn't resist. But that did mean I was in slacks and had to haul my blue blazer around all day. That's okay though, I look forward to recognizing myself in some upcoming issue of Learning and Leading with Technology. If you check out last month's issue you'll see Andy Wheelock's personable self gracing the inside front cover--like that. You should also catch Andy's article from the May L&LT: http://www.learningandleading-digital.com/learning_leading/201205?pg=5#pg28

I actually had a sit  down breakfast at the Hilton's Riverwalk restaurant, and the breakfast wrap was good but I never had a coffee refill and no one actually checked in with me at any time. I had to flag down a …

Nations Homes Video

...and, by way of overcompensation for my recent radio silence from scottmerrickdotnet, here's a little video composed of photos take from New Years Day 2016 up to June1. Enjoy: