Monday, September 22, 2014

Still gettin' busy in da Media!

 Hey folks,

  Getting out there in defense of our environment is crucial. If we don't put a voice or an action to the words then that is all it will be... just words.

  The sad thing I noticed is that other than a small handful, there were hardly any of my First Nation brethren out there to show support for mother Earth. Sad, simply sad to see.

  Just the same though... see if you can spot me (in the blue shirt) near the beginning and at the end of this CTV's news footage of the Edmonton's Climate Change March in the link below.


(Hover over link and click)
Edmonton rally calls for action on climate change | CTV Edmonton News

                        Here is that link for that CBC.Radio segment on Lady Flower garden.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Gettin' busy in da Media!

   Not only was I in Mondays edition of the Edmonton Journal, which you can check out in the link below. But I will also be on CBC radio (93.9) in the next few days somewhere between 3-6 pm. (update: between 22-26 possibly). The Journal story is in regards to the Downtown Men's Choir. Then the "Inner Voice" choir will be starting up again in October which I am also apart of. The radio segment is about Lady Flower Garden.

    Apparently a very pretty reporter with the same lovely name as my mother, Isabel. Just so happened to have read my article about the garden and decided to do a show about it. So very cool. Naturally others will be among the garden interviewees but I'm sure my voice will be the most angelic, LOL!

    I'm gonna try and find out exactly when it will air and post it on my blog Facebook page and Twitter at "johnnyluvlee" so you might have a listen but who knows. I just think it's cool my name has been showing up so much in the media in such a short period of time.

    Praise God... and not necessarily for the notoriety, but for the fact that our Lord uses me to get a message out there for the homeless, addicted and what some may view as the less fortunate. To show people that we are not useless or unworthy. For I do not see the "less fortunate" as so. In many ways we are more fortunate than those with plenty in terms of the material. For we with little, appreciate all the more of that which really matters.

(just hover cursor over "Singing in a..." and click).
                            Singing in a choir helps men lost in transition (with video)