Most of you know it’s with much excitement that I’ve announced that Perfect Plumes has made its big debut. But what you don’t know is that during the process of constructing my latest class, with a little help, I filmed a little promo video for the launch of my newest addition. Below you will find the small segment to watch, if you haven’t already. And if you’re about to click “play” keep in mind that there’s nothing I love more than adding a bit of comedy into my work days.
So feel free take a look at the video:
Since you have watched the above little clip I’d like to now reveal the first couple recordings that were filmed. But first I need to disclose that my red-headed assistant, Drea, was helping with this project. And whenever the two of us are found in the same room, regardless of size, a unique and rare element of playfulness fills the space. For the record I’d like to say that despite how many times fits of laughter place our work on a brief pause; we still manage to be productive! So, on this particular day Drea, and I thought it would be fun to add a “tiny” bit of costuming to the video; and the chosen accessory was a wig. The end result is what you are about to observe below. Now, I realize that you may not find it nearly as comical as we did; but trust me, managing a falling wig makes “serious” acting a bit difficult. My intent in sharing these clips is to encourage everyone to permit themselves to embrace silly, laughter-filled, moments in their day. And if you’re lucky enough to have someone who brings that aspect into your life then make sure that you incorporate them into your tomorrows!
As a child we all dreamed of what we would become once we grew up. We’d spend hours pondering on whether we would acquire those far off wants. And many evenings we gazed up at the stars wishing, and praying that we would create a reality out of those “maybe/someday” visions.
Just recently I’ve been asked, “Have you totally grown up? Or do you still have something you want to be become?” Wow, that question had me reflecting just a little bit! Hmmm, had I reached all the stars in my dream filled sky? Is there something more I wanted to become? Of course, I love being a mom, a wife, and a successful professional of the Longarm industry, but is there that one dream that I’m still secretly wishing upon? In one word, yes.
IN FRONT OF THE CAMERA
Believe it or not I get extremely nervous prior to my lectures, classes and Trunk shows. The worries of connecting with my audience and conveying my material in an articulate, intelligent, and entertaining fashion can be overwhelming. However, on the occasional moments that I have been placed in front of the camera I feel totally at ease. It’s simply me and the camera. I love that the camera can’t roll its eyes, yawn, or get up and leave the room in the middle of what I am saying.
So if/when I totallygrow up, I will be, someday, in front of the camera. My dream will have me filming, none other than, segments pertaining to Longarm quilting. Did you think it would about anything else? I say go big or go home…so I’m dreaming big, really big. And who knows maybe when I really, really grow up I might hear:
Are you all grown up? Or are their still stars you are wishing upon? I’d love to hear what YOU want to be when you totally grow up!