Sunday, November 07, 2010

NaBloPoMo Day 7: Proud

I know I sound like the proud older sister, but I am.  BabyBro always does things that amaze me.  This is his latest venture.  He never ceases to amaze me by his talent, hard work, and by his generous, giving heart.  I sound like such a sap, but I am so very proud of my baby brother. 

He's the documentary filmmaker, but Nancy Stevens is the one behind the project.


Kenya Help Documentary Trailer from PJ Lee on Vimeo.


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City girl moves to the country, falls in love, and marries a farmer. She tries to incorporate her city ways with her new country lifestyle and blogs to keep in touch with friends, family & students who live far, far away :) Can this city girl go country? Watch as she learns all sorts of exciting things about life on the farm and in a small rural community. *UPDATE* We are now parents! Our baby girl was born on Nov. 11, 2008 (at 28 weeks gestation- 12 weeks premature, but she's quite the trooper)!!!
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