|original sketch by Charles Alston|
Welp, I put a motherforking video on the YouTube. OMG, it was a treacherous journey. Think of this scenario: You wake up groggy and there's no electricity in your house and you have to figure out how to make coffee. And you've never operated a coffee maker. And you're a baby. That's what it felt like. BUT I learned so much in the process. I feel like Louis learned a lot too. I want to keep working at it. I figure if teenagers have this shit down, I should be able to cobble something together. The next one will be better. And so on...
"The sound/video quality was total shit, Sharon."
"I know. I'll take that into consideration for the next time. I have pretty archaic equipment though. I have to make do with what I have."
"Louis wasn't even looking at the camera for MOST of the video."
"I am aware of that. We will try harder next time. This was his first time performing in front of a camera."
"Can you make it funnier? What's the point of doing a puppet show if it's not going to be funny?"
"I want it to be funny as well. Louis is very contemplative though. We'll see what he comes up with for the next time."
Hey, pre-holiday shoppers, my friend Judah's partner recently suffered a stroke, and he's putting together an Etsy shop called Charlie's Spot to help with hospital bills and whatnot. If you are someone who needs gifts, please check out the goods (but check now AND later as he's gonna be putting stuff in there all week). It's a super big win/win!!!
Now, to get back to cramming as much relaxation into the next hour or so before I check out before I check in.