Hey guys! This weekend I assisted in a non-profitable organization for their 5th Annual Toy Drive for kids hosted by Choka Lyme!
It’s all about family and togetherness.
I dragged my lovely sister, Josephine and an amazing friend, Gabriel from right here at York College! It was our first time attending anything so big and we were in charge of welcoming/greeting guests. It was packed with kids from 1-90! Maybe that’s just an exaggeration but I felt like I made a great impact at this event. Most of the guests who met me were really cool, I guess it was my warm welcome. I had a conversation with TV producer Imran who produces show’s on QPTV every Tuesday’s @6:30-7-30pm and he offered an opportunity to assist him in his upcoming gigs. I am so looking forward to this actually happening, I think it will open a door to my experience in the Media.
Since this is a non-profitable organization, everything was FREE! Candies, Cookies, Cupcakes, Roses, Fliers and to top it off DJ Vibes and his crew did an awesome job with their music. It was everything I did not expect but very well presented. Oh and the toys, over 100 toys were donated to kids. I spoke to one of my friend Donna, who introduced me to this event and she said, “each year it’s more and more!” As my first time experience at this Toy Drive, I had an amazing time and so did Josephine and Gabriel. I hope the kids who are less fortunate are now having the greatest time of their lives.
This is a photo of my brother. He has inspired me to become the person I am today. There were times I felt there was no need to move on with my life, just and my brother motivated me to do more than I ever did. It’s not a verbal motivation, but more of physical one. The things that he missed out on doing, or gave up on doing, motives me to do my best at everything I do now! In this, I hope to become his inspiration and a great story to tell.
I chose this image because, I want to see what can become of it.
Tell me more, I’m listening! I came across this post a while back, but never took the initiative to really start anything. After reading the advice from our CT major students, it helps, prompt me to continue my works. It’s great that they say to keep working at it, even if its not a finished product, still post it. I recall, recently asking my professor about the Reclaim Hosting domain name- is it always free after this? Does it end after the semester ends as well? Luckily, he encourages that I keep my domain and keep posting, after all it’s only $25 yearly! That’s awesome! I really would like to gear my web page into a photo gallery where viewers can visually see my works and what it’s worth, that they would also be interested in my work.
I think the most helpful advice from CT 399 students would be to maintain your domain etc… Without one, whatever I do now will become i existent in the future. And that is something I will not allow to happen. I think procrastination would be the least helpful because, it slows you down. And once that happens, it is hard to pick up your pace. I already do the 1st four advice and I would like to work on the last for, mainly constructing experiments and organizing.
So far, I have a pretty good start with my webpage. Although, I wish there are more done but the time I get to do it is hardly ever! I would like to keep this page for future purposes in photography. Uploading and sharing my work with viewers so that they can comment and reply on my work. I feel great about my homepage because I’ve created a few simplified options that allows my viewers to understand the purpose of m page. I would really love to create some videos and Gif’s to add on my page that is related to photography. The media is such a broad layout that there are so many things to choose from. What best interests me are, film, music, photography and a lot more that involves media.
Sadly, I haven’t done much since I first created my webpage however, I do have plans to use it. Therefore, I really need to keep up with what I do outside of class to upload and post.