Doctors Without Borders Fundraiser – Second Goal Met!

My second goal of $250 was one I was very excited for. After doing an impromptu remake of a Cast Away monologue in my Instagram stories a few weeks back, I was excited for this task: Recreate a monologue from a movie chosen for me. It would be both fun and scary. Fun because I got to have a bit of fun acting, and scary because who knew what I might be told to do. My social media circle did not disappoint, though, and several people suggested I do a scene from Lord of the Rings. I chose a specific scene from The Two Towers. I hope you enjoy it!

This one took a bit of work – getting the lines right took a bit of rehearsal but once it was done, we had so much fun. At the same time I took it really seriously. I had just watched a video of people in NYC cheering for the healthcare workers and I was thinking about how hard they’re working to make a difference. I’m not facing any sort of risk or directly helping at all but the least I could do would be to approach this project with commitment. After all, I’m trying to raise money to help support healthcare workers who are putting their own lives in danger to save others.

I’m already excited for the next one – another re-creation but this time with both Sage and I in the scene together. Watch for that soon as that goal has also already been met. If you have a scene you’d like to see from a family-friendly movie, let me know in the comments.

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3 thoughts on “Doctors Without Borders Fundraiser – Second Goal Met!

    1. I know, right? The room we did that in borders on their living room so likely they were there. That said, we live in a big old building with concrete block walls. It was probably pretty muffled. At least that’s what I’m telling myself. 🙂

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