Choking on my Spit...


We had our first snowfall.  About 5 inches. 


Very pretty.


Last week, I was told an interview I did about a year and a half ago was starting air all over the US.
Yikes! 
It was for Roadtrip Nation - students looking to speak with people who have followed their dreams.
Looking for inspiration..looking direction.
I was one of those people.


I didn't think I would share this with all of you. 
Nerves, fear, doubt, resurfacing stalkers from the past.
But then I went back to visit the interview today.
I found another section under the media tab.  It has three other short interviews.
One was titles titled 'To choke or not to choke`
after I watched this clip, all about how I choke on my spit when in front of a camera, I thought ..
ok, this is something to share!
Have a laugh, get to know me a bit, and please, be kind.

29 comments:

Vintage Home said...

...off i go!...nothing could change how I feel about you....you are the best and such a lady ..so ..I shall see what you are talking about!

Allison at Novice Life said...

Nice interview ;)

And beautiful snowfall pictures! I cannot wait to get our first snowfall; it's my favorite thing to photograph!

Tom Stephenson said...

Oh Heather - that was a wonderful interview. I am in love with you now (and your -goat). 5 inches of snow?? Oh well, cozy up. All the very best. X

Muddy Boot Dreams said...

Heather how lovely. I especially loved the little shots of your place in the background, and the table.

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

kaye i. said...

I love your voice! Sorry if I sounded creepy there for a second. You're very gracious and there's a sense of calmness in you :)

Katherine ( Katie) Corrigan said...

It's snowing here too. Beautiful white blankets. I love it! Your photos are lovely. Heading over to read your interview now Hugs!

Deb said...

Well, I know I certainly enjoy your photography and your style of decorating is gorgeous. And you grow blueberries...........perfect!

Tom Stephenson said...

No comment - as yet. How I hate comment moderation - Have more courage, Heather!!!

Pinecone Camp said...

Wasn't the snow beautiful? We had about 8cm in Vancouver. Love it.
Your interview revealed a couple of things I didn't even know....and I've known you forever!

Razmataz said...

Love it. I also loved the peeks at your house which looks lovely.

Great hair by the way.....

Chania

All That Jazz said...

Oh you are so cute! I love your naturalness and honesty. I felt very inspired by your little video. I am glad you fell into something that you love and are so great at!! ;-)
~michelle~
p.s. You can send some of that snow our way....I wanted it to snow SO bad today, we just got a few flurries but I'm crossing my fingers for tomorrow....

MamaBear said...

You did a wonderful job, it must be so difficult being interviewed like that with a camera on you!

Wonderful photos too, wonderful.

xMB

Martina said...

So precious, these fresh snow pictures - love that one with the birdshouse! Over here in germany it's just rain, so far. Will have a look at your interview!

kate / tinywarbler said...

what a great interview! glad you shared it.
wasn't the snow exciting? i like the pic with the snow on the pine.

Danielle G. said...

I loved your interview! I've wanted to be a stylist since I figured out that was a job! Very inspiring. I hope I can fall into it as you did :)

Ana Degenaar said...

I miss snow... I love everything about it until the point I feel or better said... I cannot feel my legs.

pollydove said...

What a great interview! I love your accent! ("I don't have an accent," Heather thought.) That is crazy cool that Victoria Magazine just came out to meet you! That's awesome!

Natasha said...

Great interview, your story is very inspiring, you never know what's next do you. And lovely snowy images too :)

Mandie said...

I enjoyed your interview. You did a great job! I love how everything has worked out for you, what blessings!! I love visiting your blog to see what you have going on.

mise said...

You're every bit as engaging and genuine as I thought you'd be, and now I want to see more of your house.

Lady Grey said...

Beautiful photos... isn't the first snowfall so magical?!
oxo

Marie said...

Snow!

Great interview. Those young interviewers look so well behaved with their lemonades(?) neatly lined up in front of them...

So that lot FLEW from NYC to see you for blueberry pie and tea? That must have been one helluva pitch.

xox

hatjunkie said...

Great interview. amazing to have that talent to make all those beautiful vignettes and yes, it's so true, life if just full of surprises.

Anonymous said...

You have the BEST attitude--a breath of fresh country air is what you are! You are an inspiration--such a rare thing.

Lovin That! said...

So Inspiring!! I think your interview was fantastic. Thanks for sharing :-)

My Farmhouse Kitchen said...

enjoyed the interview...and LOVE the snow photographs...beautiful

kary

Fräulein Klein said...

Beautiful photos! We had here in Germany so many snow, too!
Hugs,
Yvonne

Courtney said...

Aw, that was such a nice interview! You seem so warm and fun on camera, just like you do on your blog.

Vintage Simple said...

Oh, good LORD I am so in love with you!! You are such a beautiful soul and it just shows through in all you do. That was lovely, Heather. You are lovely.

much love,
-maria