slapping your skip it: shut your trapper keeper!

i am really grateful.  as the project evolves, i get more and more amazed at the coolness of our generation and the great qualities of the human spirit.  i realize that challenges are great and creativity is amazing.  and all that stuff.  without gratitude and wonder all of this work seems senseless.

there are speed bumps.  per last post, i’ve begun to ask people our age the question regarding if they are happy about where they’ve ended up.  it’s great.  i subsequently lost three hours of editing on a pretty, fleeting fall day due to a ghetto computer malfunction.  it took at bite my reality for a second and then i realized that everyone stumbles, intentionally and non.

this is my to do list:

1.  fold 35 notes to accompany the swag that lovely folks earned.

2. continue rehearsing my sweet moves for the show.

3.  edit!  edit!  edit!

4.  conference call for the finishing touches on  the website.

5.  drink cider and rum.

6.  work on the one day on earth page (so blessed to have been accepted!)

7.  finish shooting the rest of the promo video for the festival.

8.  give all the butterfingers i bought for halloween away by the end of today.

9.  dance!  dance!  dance!

what i’ve seen/experienced in the last few days that pertains to the project:

-a nice lil d.a.r.e. tee shirt.  brought back memories.

-someone talking about her allergic reaction to the makeup she used as a teenage mutant ninja turtle.

-an article about at 19-year-old fashion designer from chicago who draws her inspiration from “vintage” 80’s movies like pretty in pink.

i’ve been asking a lot of questions lately.  and had great responses.  at the moment, i’m still compiling the highly scientific statistical results into script form.

what color was your trapper keeper?

(kc)

I think the Trapper Keeper design team must have been heavily partaking in acid.

(brydie)

The only one I remember was like a rainbow of hearts or something exploding from a mountain.

(mahendran)

Yes looked like it was designed by someone on acid.

skip it or slap bracelets?

(kate)

I rocked the skip it. I don’t think I’ve ever mastered anything in life like that.

(shelby)

Me too, kate, I was going to say that, sadly, I have never been so good at anything in my entire life.

(chad)

Can you please carry a trapper keeper with your skip it and slap braclet on.

“the very best thing of all…there is a counter on this ball!”

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2 Responses to “slapping your skip it: shut your trapper keeper!”
  1. K. Crafton says:

    Sweet mother of god, I could sing that entire jingle for Skip It…Randy just laughed at me. lol

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