A Year in Review – Wordless Wednesday


We’re raising our glasses to all the memorable moments we had at YesVideo this year and saying ‘Cheers’ to new beginnings!

Happy New Year!

Horsemanship – Wordless Wednesday


A beautifully captured moment between riding partners Debi and her horse Red.

The Final Weigh-In – Wordless Wednesday

For three months, 14 YesVideo employees have been working toward living a healthier

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lifestyle through diet, exercise, and will power for our Biggest Loser weight loss challenge. The results are in, and the winner whose dedication led to a loss of 22 lbs is … Dan!


Congratulations on your amazing weight loss! Way to set an inspiring example for everyone.

And the award goes to…. – Wordless Wednesday

Justin Stripling WW imageEvery once in a while, a YesVideo employee does something so outstanding they must be acknowledged on the spot, thus The Spot Award. Our fellow peers use this award to recognize some of the really cool things our co-workers do around here, that end up being really helpful and beneficial to all.

Congratulations on your award, Justin. Job well done!

Today we are featuring a photo from Feed Me Dearly.  Emma is so adorable!  Riding her scooter is boots that are too big.  These are the kind of fond memories we share when our children grow up.

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A Smiling Beginning into Early Retirement – Wordless Wednesday

WW_Betty_NaberBetty has been the lead film splicer at YesVideo for over 10 years, and is making the switch from caring for film to caring for her

grandkids (lucky kids, indeed). From our entire YesVideo family, Thank You so much for your dedicated hard work, and big Congratulations on achieving this wonderful milestone.

Happy Retirement, Betty! Best wishes on all your future endeavors.

A Glimpse Into the Future

After spending hours these past few weeks looking at old family videos, I’ve realized that those old videos were really just a glimpse into the future. Until watching some of the videos, I hadn’t realized that many of the interests, talents and traits displayed by my children and grandchildren at an early age were really a sign for things yet to come.

Some of the best videos are those shot when the subject is oblivious to the camera in the room. People tend to show their true colors when they think nobody else is watching. There is an adorable video that I’ll be sharing soon on my own blog of my grandson, Nathaniel, when he was very young. He was listening to music on the computer, singing and jamming out with his father’s guitar. He was really getting into it! It was hysterical when he realized that he was being recorded. Fast forward to today, at age sixteen he has his own band and plays guitar for Georgia 4H Clovers and Company. I hadn’t realized way back then that there was a future rock star in the family.

A Future Rockstar

Then there was my grandson, Sidney, who spent many hours in his playroom as a young boy building LEGO ships, castles and aircrafts. He had a real nac for it and amazed me with his creations. It’s no surprise that he has ended up with a career as a master mechanic, as a young adult.

It was fun to watch video of my granddaughter, Becca, doing somersaults and cartwheels in her ballerina costume at age six. She displayed a true gift for tumbling at an early age and is now a high level competitive cheerleader. The cartwheels have since been replaced by round off – back tucks, but the same enthusiasm that was there 10 years ago exists today.

Now that I’ve come to the realization that these personality traits and talents were visible so early on, I find myself paying close attention to the actions of my youngest grandchildren. I’m taking mental note, and am interested to see how these talents and personality traits blossom in the years to come.

Laura Kromer resides in rural Georgia and is recently retired. She enjoys traveling and freelance writing. She is owner and co-writer of the family and lifestyle blog About a Mom, along with one of her daughters, Angela.

Mom & Baby Daughter. Inseparable since 1947 – Wordless Wednesday

Beautiful home memories from Geri at FabOverFifty.com. She just digitized some film reels her Father shot in 1947, and shares her experience in finding priceless moments with her mother from when she was just a few weeks old.


Read the blog post for video clips and the full story. As a bonus, you can save 20% off your YesVideo transfer order and be entered to win an iPad with the promo code FOF20. Offer valid through Feb. 3, 2014 at 12:00 EST. Get started at www.yesvideo.com.


Volunteering at Sunnyvale Armory Homeless Shelter – Wordless Wednesday


YesVideo lending a helping hand at the Sunnyvale Armory this past weekend, providing meals to 170 guests through donations & volunteers.

This week we are featuring some adorable elf photos from Immutable Ramblings.



BBQ Time at YesVideo – Wordless Wednesday

We love gathering with our co-workers for a yummy bar-b-que!

This week we are featuring a summer fun photo from Long Wait for Isabella.


Scavenger Hunt – Instagram Style

For the month of July we wanted to host something a little different on Instagram than our regular photo-a-day challenge.  We have enjoyed seeing all of the fabulous memories shared through instant captures.  The anticipation is already building to see how each of you will capture the clues on the scavenger hunt.

The challenge goes throughout the month of July with only 10 clues to complete.  You can share your captures in any order you wish.  See a classic car in the parking lot while out shopping?  Snap a photo!  Visiting an antique or historical building later this month?  Great, share your memories while there.  Take part in the scavenger hunt in whatever order works best for you.

To qualify for the $50 YesVideo gift certificate you must complete all 10 items on the scavenger hunt including at least one video (no minimum length).  Winner will be selected at random and tracked by the use of the hashtag #YesMemory.
Have fun and happy hunting!