Spotted eagle rays are a rare treat for scuba divers to witness in the ocean. They are graceful and majestic, beautiful and mysterious. To see one from afar is something that happens infrequently. But
I've reached a milestone after four years of uploading content to Rumble. It was a strange road that led me here and I had no idea that videos could make money when I started. I'm extremely grateful to the staff at Rumble for all the guidance and support, and to the other creators who answered my questions and offered tips throughout my early days. I'm grateful to those who have watched and supported my channel, and to those with whom I have a very real friendship as a result of our common interests and goals.
I've had a different approach to life since I discovered Rumble as a source of income. I look at things differently and I ask more questions about what I see. I see a story behind people and things that I wouldn't have noticed before. I've done more travelling with my family since learning that I can actually pay for parts of the travel with Rumble earnings.
It's only fitting that the 1000th video is one that was taken in Cayman Islands while scuba diving on a trip paid for by a viral video on the Rumble Viral YouTube channel. We raised our glasses and toasted Rumble on New Year's Eve just after the earnings updated.
I have had more fun on this journey than I ever thought possible. I'm looking forward to the next milestone and the next adventures. And it's a sure thing that those adventures will be uploaded here!
Thank you everyone!