Sometimes when I just need to decompress, I’ll find solace through dance.
While there have been periods where I might have gone months, or even years, without having practiced, it has always been a part of my life. Breaking was one of the first forms of self-expression I discovered where I truly felt free to be myself. Not a day goes by when I don’t think about it at least once.
In recent days, with Corona still not having settled down, and spending extended time at home working, I found myself gravitating back to my roots.
Over the weekend we wrapped up some of the finalizing touches to our expanded garden. Planted some new vegetables. Sewed some seeds. We even added some newcomers to this year’s lineup: blueberries and strawberries!
What was supposed to be a just a few shots for a b-roll sequence ended up turning into an unexpected mini vlog. I mention “mini” because I wouldn’t say it’s really long enough to be a proper vlog, while at the same time it’s not short enough to pass for a quick speed edit.
It’s most certainly not fun sitting at home, twiddling your thumbs, and wondering what to do all day during this time of quarantine. We’ve got to do something to keep from boredom and going crazy, right? In this post, I go over 10 things you can do to keep busy while at home.
The holiday known as “Kodomo No Hi” in Japan, or “Children’s Day”, is one of the public holidays included in Golden Week. This day is meant to celebrate children and their happiness. This holiday takes place on May 5th.
I wanted to do a quick capture of some of the things inside our home that were representative of Children’s Day. For example, the koi fish flags, kabuto helmet, as well as some of my son’s drawings and toys.