At first I was nervous about sending home-made videos to my long distance love (aka superstar film-maker/community builder Julia Wallace of Queer Renaissance), but she gave me such positive feedback that I was excited to wake up every morning and make a video so I could send a “blog updated” text message. Some of the topics of our video discourse included:
film production itself:
can’t wait to see you lovey dovey-ness
and videos gleaned from other parts of the internet. For example I posted this Musiq video and we wrote our own love story deviating from this premise. (Sorry folks…the details of our story are classified 🙂
Vodpod videos no longer available.
At the end of this process I am even more in love and I have access to the fact that love looks and feels different to me on different days. As someone who has a lot of fear about vulnerability, I can sometimes be over-cautious about expressing my love because I am afraid that the people I love will use that information to harm me in some way. Persevering and expressing my overabundant love despite my has grown bravery in my heart and warmth in my relationship.