I stayed up until 6am chatting with my sister, Piggie, this morning and then didn’t go to bed until after I saw my boys off on the bus at 8am this morning. It wasn’t until almost 3pm that I finally woke up.
First thing is somehow I didn’t realize that Breaking Benjamin released a new album last week on the 13th until this week. So to all of you true fans out there, this is old news I know. As a result I’ve listened to a lot of their work along with what YouTube felt was related music while I picked at my map trying to get it the way I want.
I wasn’t sure what music I wanted to share this weekend, so I hadn’t put it together in advance. It wasn’t until this morning that I had a playlist assembled.
So here’s the music video I’ve been working on for the past two weeks. It involved quite a bit of experimenting on my part – largely in splicing clips together. I rendered the video six times just to get all the clips I needed for the background screen video.
It’s only Friday and already it feels like the weekend isn’t going well. I’m still working on the music video I was hoping to have ready today and it doesn’t look like I’ll have the gaming video ready for tomorrow on time either.
Mud season is nearly upon us here in Maine and for whatever reason, the coming of spring seems to call for polka music. It’s lively and fun. I’ve yet to hear a serious polka.
I can’t dance to save my life, but that doesn’t mean I don’t like listening to it!
I thought long and hard as to what songs I should compile for this weekend’s playlist. In light of what’s happened in Florida, I felt it was best to put together the playlist I have surrounding grief.
For those of you that have been following my blog for any length of time, you’ve become familiar with my music preferences: high energy regardless of genre. However, sometimes we need to slow down not just our bodies, but our minds as well.
Yesterday it was snowing. Today it is still snowing. Enough so that there was an hour delay with the school buses. I spent all day working on my FFXI video series and it got me reminiscing of my childhood. I grew up to see the transition from arcades to in home systems. Looking back, it’s hard to believe that the consoles almost didn’t make it.
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