here to breif you up on my Passion Action. As I am creating music videos for my project there are lots of different elements to the proccess of making the music videos. Firstly, the songs of my videos are: 1) See you again by Wiz Khalifa, 2) Titanium by David Guetta, 3) Shutup and Dance by Walk the moon. The pros of recent filming and editing were today I got permission to use a camera to record some people dancing and having fun at my school. It is amazingly fun to brainstorm different ways of filming and shooting and the structure and storyline of my videos. The cons are with the music I can not download it on the app, I have to record from another device and it is extremly hard to make sure there is no noise in the backround. Sometimes it can be difficult to get the timing or come up at all of my footage. Thanks for tuning in,
My very recent “Passion/Action…” was about how I was having difficulties with my movie. Well I have decided that since I might not be able to accomplish this goal I will be doing something along the lines of my movie. In the end of my movie I was going to do a music video to end the movie good, so I remember creating different dance combinations and different aspects to it. I really enjoyed this experience so I have decided to create a music video for my passion of wanting to film & direct, still have actors dancing, structering all the different aspects and especially along with filming learning the technique of this, like the right angles, lighting, scenery and clothing. I will probably be using the app “Imovie” for many reasons- mostly that it can edit, you can voice over and the there is many affects for filming that I can use. I am very excited for this project and can’t wait to get started- I will probably tonight. My chose of song that I am using for my music video is Shutup and Dance by walk the moon.
By the way if any Rosie girls are reading this if you possibly want to be in one of my music videos let me know- It will only be for one day I will need you.
I am just doing a very short quick post on the heading you can see at the top. If you have not noticed, realised or ever seen that heading before it is a very emotional, sad but great song by Jamie Lawson. I find very touching to me for the song is about life long love and cancer. (Trying not to give to much away.) I really recommend for you to listen to it, here is the link:
In Australia, as you can see we have recently had quite a lot of rainy days. So I decided to make a small list of things you can do on a rainy day. Here it is:
1) Watch a movie
Rainy days are perfect to catch up on the latest chick-flicks, action and adventure, and the great comedy marathon. It may sound like the usual, flick on the TV grab the remote and watch. But my way it’s completely different. First put some popcorn in the microwave, prepare your favourite beverage. Then clean up the TV room, get into PJ’s and grab a really fluffy, warm blanket to put on the couch. Get the room into a comfortable set up, close the blinds and turn of the lights. Get the perfect movie ready, grab your food and beverage and make your home a special homemade cinema creation.
2) Homemade Pizza
On a rainy day it’s wet and cold and miserable outside, so you want to have something inside that does the oppisite. Making homemade pizza’s not only are delicious and awesome, it is a great thing to keep you occupied when you make the pizza itself, rolling the dough, flipping the base, spreading on the tomato paste. look up a homemade recipe, you then can create and eat a delicious and delightful activity.
3) Mattress slide
I know it sounds lame, but if you have a staircase in the house and grab 1 or 2 mattresses (depending on the length of the staircase) it can be a truck load of fun. Especially after seeing the princess diaries version of a mattress slide you will definitely want to try this. First lay the mattresses on the staircase. Then grab some sleeping bags and as many pillows as you have, put 3 courters of the pillows at the bottom of the mattress slide and the rest on the slide. Hop into the sleeping bags and start sliding, it is especially fun to have competitions on who can get down the fastest or who can fall most elegantly, or clumsily. This is great for laughter, excitement and fun.
On a rainy day it is great to have some indoor sports fun and a big chunk of competitive strikes. Strike is a great indoor place to go bowling definitely so grab your friends and get striking.
In the junior school every 2nd year we perform a musical. This year we are doing an exciting musical on…
The little Mermaid!
It is going to be so fun and an exciting experience for all the junior school. There are main character roles with acting & singing, some just singing roles and some just acting roles. Years
5 & 6 got to audition (including me). I was very nervous at the acting & singing auditions and thought I would not get something… but I found out I got a main role- which is Grimsby. Grimsby is Prince Eric’s droll valet who was very close to Prince Eric’s father and promised to the Princes father that he would turn Prince Eric “from a roustabout into a royal.”. Unfortunately I can not be in the class song (each class in the junior school has a song that they perform) but I will still get to sing in around 2 or 4 songs and act. The little Mermaid herself will be a friend of mine, girl in year 6 who is a great actor who suits Ariel’s personality very good. I will be in 2 scenes with her so that will be fun but I do not get to be “Under the sea” because I stay with prince Eric in most of the scenes I am in. All of the junior school will be performing & singing in the musical, so it will be an exciting and fun experience for the whole of years k-6.
I can’t especially wait for costume try on, that is one of the funnest things for me.
-And stay tuned for more info on the musical.
Today want to share with you a delicious recipe on how to make a cookie, in a mug. And it only takes 1- 5 minutes! Here it is:
Makes: One cookie mug
1 tablespoon of unsalted butter
1 tablespoon of granulated sugar
1 tablespoon of brown sugar
½ teaspoon of vanilla extract
1/8 teaspoon (pinch) of salt
1 egg yolk
3 tablespoons of all-purpose flour
1-2 tablespoons of chocolate chips
1) Microwave butter in a mug until melted, from 30 seconds to 1 minute.
2) With a spoon mix in vanilla extract, sugars and salt until well combined.
3) Now slowly mix in egg yolk until no traces of the yolk is seen.
4) Mix in the flour.
5) Finally put the chocolate chips in the batter and fold in until spread apart throughout the cookie.
6) Microwave the mug on high for 40 seconds or a maximum of 50 seconds.
7) Serve and eat the cookie warm. (If wanted extra delight, add a dollop of ice cream.
So there it is, I have enjoyed that recipe many times and hope you do too.