The magic of birth is wonderful. Watch as puppies are born and go through the process of having their tails bobbed, their du claws clipped and their ears raised. Learn how to do it yourself with this informative video from and Doug Varrieur
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Cover of Alan Jackson's "Remember When".
Still using a digital camera... quality all around isn't great but it sounds better than my first videos.
Hope you enjoy it and feel free to comment! =)
Remember when I was young and so were you
and time stood still and love was all we knew
You were the first, so was I
We made love and then you cried
Remember when we vowed the vows
and walked the walk
Gave our hearts, made the start, it was hard
We lived and learned, life threw curves
There was joy, there was hurt
Remember when old ones died and new were born
And life was changed, disassembled, rearranged
We came together, fell apart
And broke each other's hearts
Remember when the sound of little feet
was the music
We danced to week to week
Brought back the love, we found trust
Vowed we'd never give it up
Remember when thirty seemed so old
Now lookn' back it's just a steppin' stone
To where we are,
Where we've been
Said we'd do it all again
Remember when we said when we turned gray
When the children grow up and move away
We won't be sad, we'll be glad
For all the life we've had
And we'll remember when
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My name is Linus Ruzicka. I’m 33, married to my beautiful wife Melissa, and we have 2 kiddos, and one cat.
I was born and raised in Walla Walla, WA, went to Washington State University, and graduated with a degree in Zoology. I had this big dream of being a veterinarian. Boy - was I wrong!
Since graduating, I worked as a deckhand on a small adventure cruise boat in Alaska, California, and the Baja Peninsula. After that I worked as a veterinary tech., cardio-vascular research tech, and most recently - an RN.
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My formal training is from the medical background. I am a Surgical RN. I have been doing that for the last 7+ years.
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This is the sixth of several videos I'm making with clips, sounds and pictures of some of my favourite young singers. This is also the first one of my "special" ones, which means the singers all have something in common other than a great voice. In this video they all come from the same country, the Philippines. I thought it was a great country to start with, because there are so many talented young singers in or from the Philippines.
The clips in this one are:
1. Renzo Almario - Music and Me (age 9).
He was only nine years old and probably a little nervous, but he is sooo cute and I think he did a really great job with this song, especially the highest notes. Go Renzo!
2. Banig - Anyday Now (age 10).
Oh. My. God. The voice. The way she moves. The emotion. The power. The presence. This girl has it all! She is around 30 years old today, but oh my God, she was fantastic as a kid! Was this girl born and raised on a stage or something? Wow! No wonder she won this competition!
3. Pocholo Bismonte - I Believe (age 11).
Aw, Pocholo. Sooo cute! And what a voice! The lower notes are not always amazing, but the higher ones! Wow! He's so very talented!
4. D'Beat Boy - My Love Will See You Through (age 9).
I loovee Joshua! Such a great voice in such a small body! I love this performance and he is so adorable!
5. Charice Pempengco - All By Myself (age 14).
Okay, seriously: you cannot make a video of amazing singers from the Philippines and not include Charice. She has such an amazing voice, she just blows me away every time!
6. Renzo Almario - You Raise Me Up (age 10).
I like this song a lot and I love it when Renzo sings it. He's such a cutie pie and this song is perfect for him. His teacher seems to think so too, doesn't she? ;) If he were my student and sang that to me, I'd cry too! Heck, I'd cry just if he sang it to me, he wouldn't even have to be a student or a relative or anything!
7. Banig - Get Up, Get Down, Get Funky, Get Loose (age 11).
This girl is just sooo awesome! Seriously, WAS she born and raised on a stage? She completely OWNS it! The voice and the energy, she's just amazing!
8. Pocholo Bismonte - Go The Distance (age 11).
First of all: I know it says "walk the distance" in the video, but it's supposed to be "go the distance". Sorry!
Aahh!!! Such an amaaziing voice! Seriously, I love this kid! He may not be completely in control of the low notes, but he OWNS the high ones! This really was his best performance in my opinion.
9. D'Beat Boy - Kung Kailangan Mo Akó (age 9).
I love this song! And I love this boy and his voice! He did a fantastic job with this! He is such a talented little boy! He sang this to his friend who's in a really tough situation and their friendship and his singing is so moving, it makes me cry too. Wonderful. And Joshua is sooo cute!
10. Charice Pempengco - I Will Always Love You (age 15).
This was one of her two performances on the Ellen DeGeneres show and she rocked the whole building! Amazing, amazing, amazing!
Enjoy the singers!
P.S. My next video will be about:
* Makisig Morales
* Jordan Beaver
* Mark Mejia
* Jamia Simone Nash
Make sure you check it out!
Also, if this is the first one of my "Amazing Child Singers" videos you watch, then make sure you watch and comment the earlier ones!
I DO NOT OWN THE CLIPS IN THIS VIDEO!
THIS IS PURELY FAN MADE AND FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY!
This week I visited the Dunvegan Hotel, which is located a 9-iron from the Old Course’s 18th green (depending on the wind!) on the corner of Golf Place and North Street in St Andrews.
The Dunvegan Hotel, which was deemed the perfect 19th hole by Sam Torrence, is owned and operated by Sheena and Jack Willoughby. Jack, a 4th generation Texan, and his Scottish wife Sheena were kind enough to show me round the Golfers Corner Lounge Bar (although I was somewhat familiar with it, having sunk a few pints there on previous visits!) and chatted with me about how their hotel has come to be St Andrew’s premier drinking spot for players, caddies and golf fans!
Popping in to the Dunvegan Hotel for a drink and something to eat is as much a part of the St Andrews experience as visiting the Old Course. You only have to look around the bar to see that visitors come back time and again for the warm welcome, the fine selections of beers, ales, and spirits, freshly prepared homemade meals and some post-golf banter! During this episode I had a chance to chat to some golfers in the bar who had made the journey from their home courses of NorthGate Country Club in Texas and Green Island Country Club in Georgia to St Andrews many times to enjoy the Dunvegan’s amazing hospitality and great Scottish links golf.
Jack and Sheena are both avid golfers themselves who told me that despite having played the Old Course innumerous times, every time they stand on the first tee it’s still special to them.
As well as its popular bar the Dunvegan also boasts a fantastic restaurant, the Claret Jug. They offer a variety of mouth watering dishes and specialize in quality char grilled steaks. Of course you can top off your meal with your choice of over 50 single malt whiskies covering all regions of Scotland!
This family-run St Andrews hotel also offers comfortable overnight accommodation. It can comfortably sleep 16 golfers in its 2 double rooms, 3 twin bedrooms and the Auchterlonie Suite (situated immediately across the street from the Dunvegan) which consists of 3 bedrooms, 2 spacious bathrooms with power showers and jacuzzi baths, a large living room and a kitchen. I’ve stayed their myself during a golf holiday a few years before I moved to St Andrews and can highly recommend it. The accommodation is perfect, lots of room for golf clubs, hanging up wet waterproofs and the best news is that Jack and Sheena will fit in breakfast around your tee times!
Check out my latest episode to witness the friendly atmosphere for yourself and see some of the Dunvegan’s past celebrity visitors. The walls of the bar are lined with a collection of photographs of Sheena and Jack taken with golfing legends who have frequented the bar for a post-golf tipple including Tiger Woods, Lorena Ochoa, Mark O’Meara, John Daly and celebrities ranging from George Bush Snr to Hugh Grant. Take a look at this video especially shot by The Golf Channel during the Open, they call the Dunvegan Hotel “one of the best hangouts in the world of golf!”. No wonder Lorena Ochoa choose The Dunvegan for her 2007 Women’s British Open winner’s part here.
One of the Dunvegan’s most regular visitors was Arnold Palmer’s former caddie Tip Anderson who used to shuffle into the bar on a regular basis for a half-pint of Eighty Shillings beer with a rum and water on the side. In the bar of the Dunvegan you can still see for yourself a brass plaque above a velour banquette, which reads: “This chair reserved for Tip and his friends.” Tip was the most celebrated of the St Andrews caddies, his knowledge of every hump and hollow on the Old Course almost helped Arnold Palmer to win the Centenary Open in 1960, coming second to Kel Nagle by one stroke. The following two years saw Palmer and Tip win successive Open championships, at Royal Birkdale and Royal Troon. Tip then went onto caddie for Tony Lema in his 1964 Open victory at St Andrews.
During this episode Sheena also showed me the Dunvegan’s gallery of fantastic portraits of every Open Champion dating back to 1860 which were created by David Joy. David is a multi-talented fourth generation born and bred St Andrean. As well as being an amazing artist and illustrator his talents range from golf historian, guest speaker, playwright, author and active community member in St Andrews. David is committed to the preservation of St Andrews and its traditions and is involved in most of the town’s activities, be it through golf, theatre, the University, or the safeguarding of the Royal and Ancient City of St Andrews. He is probably best known as “The man who plays Tom Morris” - a one-man show premiered during the 1990 Open, which has since been televised and adapted as a commercial video and distributed world-wide under the name of Keeper of the Greens. David brings to life celebrated Open winner Old Tom Morris (1861-62-64 & 67) by dressing up as Old Tom (scroll down for video) and providing modern-day golfers with an insight into the history of the great game and how it used to be.
So remember next time you are visiting St Andrews I definitely recommend a visit to St Andrews’ most famous watering hole, the Dunvegan Hotel - I might even see you there for a post-golf pint!
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Finally the Question of the Day:
What is your favorite post-golf tipple or drink? Please leave your answer in the comments section below. Thank you.