I want to share with you the interview we did with world traveller (not to mention, accomplished photographer!) Steve Todd in Winnipeg last month. Steve was also our house guest earlier this month. His travels in 137 countries over the course of 12 years have given him some unique insights. Click here to see the interview.
I was excited to interview Cindy Fichault, whose tattoos express various dimensions of her love. Cindy is the desk clerk at a hotel in Dryden, Ontario.
Click here to watch the interview.
I was surprised and delighted when 17-year-old Jessica Hewison invited me to sit next to her on the eastbound Greyhound out of Calgary. She told me all about her passion for figure skating; in fact, she was on her way to Medicine Hat, Alberta, for a few intensive weeks with her skating coaches there. Click here for Jessica's delightful interview.
Still editing and transcribing videos. So far we're up to May 21, with another 10+ days of videos to go. But I thought I'd share this interview with Gayle Anderson, our delightful and generous host in Kamlooos, BC. Click here for the interview.
Yesterday, we said goodbye to Steve Todd after hosting him for five days, during which he shared some of the insights he's piled up from travelling to 137 countries. We interviewed Steve for the Love Tour in Winnipeg in May. He's continuing his east-bound travel across Canada.
We still have interviews scheduled in the Ottawa area for the Love Tour. The most exciting news is that we've received a generous donation to pay for the transcription of our video interviews. So I'm madly editing the videos--and loving every minute of it! It's like reliving the trusting connection we had with every single person we interviewed.
Here is one of the interviews I edited today: Ina Visser, of Medicine Hat, Alberta, talking about her phenomenal love of music. Enjoy!
I'm skipping one of the video interviews we did in Regina because the interviewee was, let's say, under the influence (not that there's anything wrong with that, but I thought it would be more effective on stage). So here's a tidbit from our final Regina interview: yoga instructor Anna Scott, talking about a love nugget from an unlikely source. Enjoy!
Gabriel Blank was our server at Fresh and Sweet restaurant in Regina. He so clearly loved his work and all the people he was dealing with--and was so enthusiastic about the Love Tour--that we were delighted that he wanted to be interviewed.
Click here for an excerpt of Gabriel's interview, where he talks about the source of his inspiration.