It’s About Happiness

This week, I interviewed one of my friends from school and another inspiration in my life, Sabrina 🙂 She talks about her life growing up in a biracial household and how it helped her learn to accept herself. She comes to a beautiful conclusion at the end so make sure you watch the whole thing! Enjoy! 

The Day My Life Changed

Hey guys! One of my closest friends from school was required to do a video project this past week. She had to interview someone, much like what I do every Thursday. She came to me with a question and this time, I was the subject. It was very fun being on the other side of the camera. So instead of my usual interview with someone else, this week you guys get a closer peek at me–in real life! Go ahead then, click play and find out what I talked about! 

I’m a Foster Kid

Hey guys! Sorry I didn’t post full-length pieces Saturday or Wednesday. I’ve just been super busy with school and work! But don’t worry, although I may take a mini-hiatus from full-length pieces for a week, I promise to keep posting my quotes and videos!

This week I interviewed one of my friends, Kat, about her childhood in foster care. She has such an amazing story. Seriously, what are you waiting for? Click play!

Why Do You Create?

For this week’s video I got my friend Jackie, who I wrote about yesterday (https://abbeygallagher.wordpress.com/2013/08/28/i-solemnly-swear-i-will-do-my-homework/) to tell us why she creates art. I love her answer! Have a great day everyone 🙂

How I Met My Wife: Walter Whitmore

Guys, I am SO sorry I didn’t post yesterday. You know I rarely skip a day without a post telling why but yesterday turned into a bit of a nightmare with a family emergency. But don’t worry, everything is okay now. So here’s the video I was going to post. Today’s post will be up in a few minutes as well! 

Last Thursday I posted a video of my grandmother telling me about how she met her husband, my grandfather. (As seen here:  https://abbeygallagher.wordpress.com/2013/07/18/how-i-met-my-husband/)  This week I decided to get my grandfather to tell his side of the story. Enjoy!