My phone has less storage space than my first computer, I swear! It won’t record video – and I can’t remove the music – I need it to exercise. I had everything set up – script, teleprompter, lighting – smooth, polished, professional.
Instead, it came out a little closer to the real life me –
And I’m going to be okay with that. If only for the fact, that lesser things have stopped me from recording and publishing before. And I wasn’t going to let that happen. Because this challenge is important.
Not just on a personal level, I’m working to overcome inconsistency, among other things, with this challenge.
But on a global, national, provincial and local scale.
It used to live in my house. Family violence. Ugly words. Explosions of Violence. Moments of fear.
All of the house, all until this one. I don’t live with it in my home anymore, but I am distinctly aware that thousands of women across the country and in my neighbourhood still do.
And for up to 500 women (and their children) who leave tonight in Canada – there will be no space available.
Calls are up 40% in Alberta as the economic downturn starts leading to layoffs…
So it’s important.
And because I promised myself I wouldn’t fail this challenge…and I wasn’t about to let it happen on day two.
So in all my imperfection…