#VideoChallenge: Our Differences

Day #4 of the 30-Day Video Challenge. Sorry I missed Day #3. It’s not that I couldn’t squeeze in shooting the short video during the busy conference day, it’s that I couldn’t squeeze in the 30-60 minutes it takes to upload it to WordPress.

So, though I’ve blown the challenge, I’m going to push on and hopefully improve my vlogging skills.

Last night, as I sat in my friend (and OWFI President,) Patty Stith’s room, chatting and laughing with other friends after the “official” conference was over, I found myself, as usual, wishing I could be as funny as my other friends are. My humor comes like sprinkles of rain after a long drought. It made me deeply miss my dear, funny friends, Ruth Weeks and Pamela Foster — I knew I’d miss them when they told us that previous commitments would keep them from attending the conference.

So, after last night, I decided to focus today’s video on how sometimes we all wish we were different. What have you wished was different about you?

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4 Responses to #VideoChallenge: Our Differences

  1. Janice Heck says:

    HI, I wrote a post on “Uncomfortable Things” in the Blog Every Day in May Challenge, and I included a link to your post on stepping out of your comfort zone.
    Keep on going…a day late doesn’t matter to your readers.

  2. Handy Randy says:

    Hi cousin Jan! In event of fire, most people think of grabbing their most valuable possession, family photos. Darn … novel speaks of deliberately burning treasured family photos to minimize suspicion during WWII. How heart wrenching was that? Obviously they were loyal to America; yet thousands were imprisoned on allegation. No proof.

    Just days to settle affairs and relocate, to me it doesn’t seem like short time frame would even have been possible.

    I like ice bucket tripod!

    Colorful orange and professional background pops. It enhances you as well as black top and necklace. Nothing in background distracts. I like how you walk into scene and conclude showing us your interesting set up. Great video!

    You, your mom and grandmother are beautiful.

    Handy Randy

    • Jan Morrill says:

      Hi Randy! Boy, I need to keep up my comments. I just found your “unapproved” comment. Thank you for your comments on my stage and production. 🙂 I didn’t make it through the 30-day challenge because it was too difficult to keep watching myself on video. -)

  3. Handy Randy says:

    I’ve heard we have to do things twenty-one times before they become natural! I would encourage you to do a couple more challenges, even if they’re really short 45 second spots. Easy for me to say! It seems like a very productive exercise.

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