Sage Words and Snuggle Bunnies

Shared by my friend and colleague Richard Keith.    “Always remember, they can take what you have, but they can’t take what you know”.   His grandfather Albert Ellis Sr. would remind him of this throughout his life.  

The idea of “legacy” is on my mind constantly these days and it seems more and more everyday I am reminded by some event, some circumstance or some person how rich and important the idea of legacy is and how it affects us powerfully.  It’s not something that is in the forefront of our minds perhaps but so often we are acting on a legacy learned or heard as we move through the world.

On a video shoot with my husband yesterday a photographer friend Richard came along to be a partying extra.  As is so often the case we got into a very interesting conversation about the business of photography and life.  When he told me the sage idea his grandfather had passed along– now words to live by– I knew it was a legacy to share.  Thank you Richard.

And then there’s the legacy left yesterday as we spent an afternoon partying on video during the making of “Snuggle Bunny”, the first single off Chris Goslow’s newest album titled I Love You.  It was just a blast to watch too so here’s a look-see.

Video shoot for Snuggle Bunny at Tower Theatre in Roseville.  Chris Goslow with bunny ears and Matt Baker director and videographer.

Video shoot for Snuggle Bunny at Tower Theatre in Roseville. Chris Goslow with bunny ears and Matt Baker director and videographer.

Thanks to Matt Baker, the director, videographer and this great cast of characters who joined us who now have a great story to tell and adventure to remember how they spent a fun day singing and dancing and being immortalized in the Snuggle Bunny video!

 

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