Thanks for swinging by for another weekly update! My life is so different when I’m not in school. I feel like I went from living in a cramped outhouse to a spacial palace in the woods. I’ve been playing lots of music, reading books, napping, cleaning up around the house, and cuddling with my cat.
This week, I want to continue unpacking some of the work I did over the past school year. I want to share one of the short films I made for my Single Cam II class. This is a class that focuses more on film making as opposed to live television operations that use multiple cameras simultaneously.
For this particular film, the objective was to create a sense of place. No music was allowed to be used, and I have decided to keep it this way. Generally, you will be able to access this video from my new Youtube Channel Roqué Music and Films. Please feel free to subscribe to see all of my new video content coming soon.
Now, I present to you . . .
She Cares for Her . . .
WHERE I HAVE BEEN
Yesterday, there was a rally in Nashville, TN, to protest the burgeoning wave of anti-abortion legislation that is sweeping across several states here in America right now. I was there with at least two hundred fellow protesters. Several people spoke out about their experiences with abortion, and it was all incredibly moving.
NEW BLOG POST
Earlier this week, I fired up my blog Tropical Shade of Green for the first time in a while. This new blog post outlines my personal thoughts about abortion. You can read all about it by clicking here . . .
If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, remember that there is a new blog post whenever you see at least one of my tiny grey elephants.
That’s all for this week. I have much more to come next Wednesday. Thank you all for joining me in my creative journey through life.
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