Europe Here I Come

| May 21, 2017 | 2 Replies

Europe Here I Come – I’m rushing to leave my house in three hours for my Late Bloomer Europe tour. I’m visiting friends new and old, and meeting loyal Late Bloomer fans in person. I love my fans as much as I love my garden, and while the weather is nice in the U.K., Amsterdam and Germany, I’m going. The trip culminates in the die Seriale web festival in Geissen, Germany. Started by the creator/director of “Number of Silence” web series, Csongor Dobrotka, who I met at Vancouver Web Fest in 2016, die Seriale opened its submissions this year to international series and I submitted “Late Bloomer,” which is a Best Documentary Series nominee. Now that I have completed five seasons, and 100 episodes – something rare in the digital series world – this might be the last web festival I submit to, so I especially wanted to be present. In particular, die Seriale is screening the series in a movie theatre, so that will be exciting to see my Loofa episode in all it’s glory.

Kaye in her new cozy corner talks about her trip

Please catch up on all my latest videos. I’ve been so busy editing, I haven’t had time to post here on my site. All of my uploads, Instagram and Facebook posts are shared on this site, so you can keep up with what’s going on, even if I don’t publish a blog. I’m still debating how I am going to cover the trip, i.e., if I’m going back to mobile editing and uploading, or wait until I get back. But, I hope you will be following Late Bloomer and me on your favorite social media!

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  1. Hello Late Bloomer Kaye,

    Here in the Netherlands the weather is hot these week and under the glass where my kitchen garden is is even hotter, when you’re in Europe it may be nice to visit us. take a previeuw at
    And when you’reon the internet take a quick vieuw at my blog

    bye bye

  2. Lize Boerenveen says:

    Hello Kate,
    Thank you very much for you visit to Onze Volstuinen in The Netherlands. It was such a pleasure meeting you and introducing myself in my allotment.
    I was excited to tell you about the things I grow such as the African Eggplant (Antruwa – Solanum macrocarpon) which is a favourite vegetable in Surinam South America.
    Hope to see you again returned to the Netherlands..

    Save trip..

    Lize Boerenveen

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