Vlogiando Week at the Tiki Tiki
We are so excited about the video cuentos this week. Hilarious, interesting, and just fun. Today, you’re going to meet Marta’s mom and listen to her explain that if Cucu doesn’t know something, you ask Yayo.
“They’re like little elves looking in there,” she says, in Spanish.
(And yes, she’s talking about Google and Yahoo.)
We also hope Vlogiando Week inspires you to turn the web cam on yourself. Yes you, mi’ja. (Mi’jos too.) Marta and I want to see you more.
We love your comments here, on Facebook and Twitter and we find you fabulous. You are the reason we created this space — to share cuentos, news, recipes, ideas about growing up, and living, Latino in the United States. We all help keep culture and tradition alive by sharing it.
The Tiki Tiki turns 1-year-old next month (Pachanga time!) and we would love to feature you, your videos, your essays, your photos during our celebration.
So, no sean tan penosas and send us some video postcards with your best stories, send us the photo that captures your spirit, the essay that showcases the best cuento you’ve got. Here is how to contribute and add videos to our YouTube group.
For a great example, check out the Vlogiando Week video submitted by Li, La Licenciada, a Puertorriqueña lawyer, actor, writer who blogs at Her Deep Thoughts. The video is titled Mi Casa Es Su Casa and you can see it at the bottom of this post.
OK, now you think about it.
And hey, represent our 2010 Tiki Tiki Census. This week, there is just one question: “Where Are Your Roots?” You will find the poll in the right sidebar or here.
In the meantime, enjoy Vlogiando Week!
Carrie and Marta
Now, here is Li