Pixie Chick Productions proudly presents our first comedy video: "AuZentic Retreat"
Thanks to all our friends who were involved:
Holly Williams: "Poppyseed FeatherChild," Story concept, Writer
Meghan Lima-Bona: "Meghan"
Kelsey Connolly: "Kelsey"
Cody Pepin: Writer
Victoria Clougher: Director
Chris Love: Cinematographer, Editor
Andrew Bona: Boom Operator
Feeling zen yet?
Let us know what you think in the comments below!
Growing up, I always had a love of movies--mostly classic films. I remember distinctly watching TMC with my Nana on her long, floral, silky couch. It was so fancy; I felt like such a lady. We’d snuggle close while my mom was at work, or as I got older, after school. We’d fit so well.
Robert Osborne would introduce the film, the stars and director, and maybe give a story or piece of Hollywood Trivia. I collected all that knowledge I learned. I stored it all in my mind, ready to share that information with my mom and sister (or really anyone). I’d tell them stories I heard and facts about Loretta Young, Myrna Loy, Gary Cooper, and my favorite Audrey Hepburn.
Alarm rings. Get up. Put contacts in. Brush teeth. Maybe some makeup (if time allows). Drive to work belting out my new and old song obsessions. “...we hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created equal, but when I meet Thomas Jefferson, I'm gonna compel him to include women in the sequel...WORK.” Currently, it's a Hamilton obsession. Drink smoothie when not belting out songs. Work with my wonderful kiddos until I hear “it's time for dismissal”. Go home. Eat dinner. Maybe workout. Sleep.
Before I started working, someone said I would live for the weekends. Plans established for the weekend with my boyfriend, family and friends made me get through my man-crush Mondays through throwback Thursday's.
I have a confession though.
I stumbled upon Yoga With Adriene on Youtube, one Friday night after feeling quite bored and frustrated. My boyfriend was working and my mom and I were having a tiff. For months my body, brain, and spirit felt completely out of whack.
I’m not sure how the boredom and frustration inspired my search for a yoga video but, looking back it felt like divine guidance.