A mini documentary of a project I never finished. It was an amazing story and experience that I will never forget. I am happy and proud of how this video turned out. Finally Youtube allowed me to upload the entire 21 minutes up here. Thanks Youtube! (slightly sarcastic)
Special thanks to Chelsea Decker, my partner in crime! (just a figure of speech, no crimes were committed)
I feel like I put all my eggs in one basket. But that basket had a hole in the bottom of it, and I lost all the eggs. So now I have a choice. Get a new basket or move on to better and more vague metaphors.
Chris and I also got to meet the new Etown Watch. They are really nice guys and they told us to tell you to not mace them in the face if you see them following you. Also, those knives are fake…just kidding…but seriously…no I’m not.
Chris and I got to hang out with Beyonce and JZ to celebrate the birth of their first born baby, Blue Ivy. The little rascal is so adorable.
“Life is about being humble and not taking credit for your own wisdom” - Sean Duetsch
A brush with death
It is the day before the 21st anniversary of my birth. So I figured it would be fitting to start out with a story from my first year living.
When I was just four-weeks-old I had my first brush with death. Fortunately I do not remember anything that had happened considering I was still getting used to the whole human thing. My parents were living in New Jersey at the time and had just welcomed their second child into the house.
Growing up people tell us everything is going to work out. I’m suspicious of them though. I think they tell us this because they know deep down that it didn’t work out for them. Kind of like when your friends go into the water first and it is really cold. They want you to join them so they just yell, “it’s not that bad, come on in”. But really they’re freezing their asses off.