Ode to My Nerd Sisters
She who was wracked with grief when Optimus Prime died;
Who worried her parents considerably by having a crush on a Nin...
kind of rough and needs work but just wanted to see how it might sound.
If Regina played “Us” at a concert I was attending,
This is a video i did in collaboration with a good friends band Zulu Wave
This came from my snooping mailman idea: http://www.hitrecord.org/records/682495/forum
Maybe this is not going to be (in) the final product. I just really want to present the story idea and the way to present it.
I was thinking they're already married. Past the honeymoon phase. But still in love. and The guy's a traveling salesman. This trip will be the longest time he's been away from her. And that's when she starts thinking about their relationship. I tried to act out how their feelings for each other are changing. As you can see, towards the end the nail polish has been chipped.
But I don't want this to be story of that tingly feeling in the relationship => to "falling out of love"
I want it to be tingly feeling => doubting => realizing what they love about each other => and then that just strengthens their love for each other because they grow up together, learn to sacrifice for each other.
bit cheesy? falling out of love themes seem cliche to me now.
details are pretty important:
with nail polish = a lady
without nail polish = a guy
i tried to make the handwritings look different but i'm not sure if i've accomplished that.
in case you couldn't read my handwriting:
Michael: Just finish packing. Gosh, this hurts.
Rachel: I miss you already. And I'm missing you way more.
Michael: stalling. Couldn't get on the cable car. Is there any way we can divide the days.
Rachel: then prisoners of alcatraz won't be able to understand.
Michael: my buckets overflowing of love.
Rachel: the clam chowder don't taste the same without you. Really missing you - Rachel
MIchael: wishing you're here with me at San Jose.
Rachel: Turned on the Tv and Full House was on. The opening song showed this and reminded me how big the hole is. Missing you so
Michael: Sending you my love from San Jose. Someday, our future house would look a tiny bit like this. Smaller fountain and maybe a maze bush. And blue roof tiles instead.
Rachel: I like compactness! The neon lights against the victorians really complements each other.
Michael: Loving you all the way from Grand Canyon. Let's bathe here someday.
Michael: If I win the lottery, I would buy this park and populate it with our kids.
Michael: Mark the date. This is where our 50th wedding anniversay will be.