Here’s a quick little Doublemint Gum commercial I assisted with as part of a group project for my journalism class. Dan Taylor was our awesome director. I came up with the concept, and Dan also let me be the boom operator.
The power of touch; humanity as it could be.
I think they should install one of these at BYU-Idaho for food cards. I’d use it. Everyday.
Since I am old enough to be your mom, I might as well take advantage of it.
Please enjoy this fabulous article from fashion expert, Bridgette Raes, about how to know whether you are wearing pants or tights. And thanks Annalei W. for posting this on Facebook.
Here’s a little inspiration…before I go to my work-out this morning. Yes! I really do want it!
*holding my breath*……………………………………………………..
Let me just say upfront I am extremely UN-fit, but I am working on it. Getting in shape is such a slow process, it seems, and it is hard.
I was running the indoor track at the I-Center at BYU-Idaho on Friday, which was my birthday, huffing and puffing and feeling some serious pain in my legs. Maybe I was feeling a bit sorry for myself, too, that I let myself get this out of shape.
That’s when I came upon him:
I don’t know much about him, except that his name is Don.
His father was walking laps around the track, engrossed in a novel, and Don was doing his laps too.
I asked if I could take his picture, and he said yes, and a huge smile lit up his face.
And then he said, “Good job!” to me, referring to my half-hearted laps.
It was a perfect birthday reminder that I have been blessed with life, and a body that can run, for another year.
Don may not have have a body that can run today, but his spirit is taking these laps seriously; he “ran” at least a mile while I was there.
Thanks Don, for the best birthday gift: Inspiration! Appreciation! and Gratitude!
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