Jan. 29, 2007 Day 396: My Night at the Museum

So I recently went on a dinosaur hunt -- or recruiting trip -- at a museum. Daddy B tried to hold me back because he thought it would be dangerous, but adventure is in my blood, and nothing could stand in the way of my journey.

I first discovered this mastadon when scouting out the area from above. He looked sort of like an elephant, except not as cute. They kept him in this cage because of his big teeth and giant tusks, but I quickly found my way down and inside to get a closer look.

When I got up close to the mastadon, I realized he must just be misunderstood. He wasn't mean or scary at all. In fact, he was pretty quiet, and we got along pretty well. I consider him a friend now. I told him I'd put a picture of him in my blog and it made him smile. He also became the first member, and vice president, of the Hudson and His Dino Friends Club (HAHDFC).

Just when I thought I was safe, this T-rex tried to sneak up on me, but I was able to calm him down by doing my T-rex dance. It made him laugh, and he too decided to join the HAHDFC.

I also got stegosaurus to join the club, and he agreed to be the secretary and take meeting notes.

This guy joined the club, too, but... I'm embarrassed to say, I forgot his name. Hopefully he'll forgive me and still come on board. And if there's any other dinos that read my blog out there, feel free to inquire about the HAHDFC. We are currently recruiting more members. Specifically, we're looking for a pterodactyl and a brontosaurus. So, if you know one, please let them know that we'd love for them to join.


Jan. 22, 2007 Day 389: Hudson's First Film

Hello blog readers. Long time no post. I've been working on my first film, a silent short called, "The Tantrum." This was shot on location in New York. Hope you enjoy:


Jan. 8, 2007 Day 375: The Effects of Snow Globe Warming

As my first winter as a grown up baby approaches the halfway point, I've come to two "if then" conclusions:

1. If there's no snow, then there's no sledding
2. If there's no snow, then your snow globe must be warming

The snow global warming in my area has been so hot this winter that I haven't got a chance to try out my new ride that I've nicknamed "The Big Red Sled Named Ned" or just "Ned" for short.

Ned and I have been couped up all winter, waiting for the white stuff to fall so we can find a small hill and take a test drive.

I told Ned that a warming snow globe was the cause of our sled-free winter, but Ned said that he and the other red sleds disagree, and that snow globe warming was a hoaky theory created by a bunch of blue sleds.

Either way, I hope that Ned and I will get the chance to burn rubber... or melt ice this winter.


Jan. 2, 2007 Day 369: Hudson Is #1!

Hey everybody. I'm #1 years-old! Check out this special birthday slideshow spectacular that I put together as a tribute to my #1 birthday party.