Today’s fifty minutes of Twenty Time started as they normally do, by choosing a song to sing. While I was choosing, I started to discuss a possible time to record a song with Elena. Her project is about learning guitar, and she also really likes to sing, so I think doing a video with her would work well. Unfortunately, she doesn’t have any time over the next month because she is busy with driver’s ed, but I’m sure we’ll work something out relatively soon.
The song I chose was Let it Go by James Bay, and I recorded it relatively quickly. I cut the song short because I honestly don’t know it very well, which allowed me to finish it in around fifteen minutes. The vine I posted also took a short amount of time, and I went into the classroom to edit with around twenty minutes left in class. It didn’t take me long to edit and post the video, leaving me with a lot of time to contemplate how I feel about where this project is going, and I have come to a few conclusions. First, continuing voice lessons is probably a good idea to continue my improvement. Second, I have started to enjoy singing less and less, and I’m not entirely sure what to do about it. I have also found that I am becoming less and less invested in my YouTube channel every day. As of now, I don’t know what to do with these new found conclusions, but I certainly have my thinking cap on.