I forgot to post this at the time, but here is my 1 second everyday video for November featuring a trip to my Mum’s followed by an unexpected overnight stay in London, squirrels, autumn leaves and sunsets, a new kindle, the new onsind album, cozy socks and seasonal lights.
My September started with a sunset from a train window and finished reading in bed. In between there were squirrels, cats, reading, re-sit exams at work, swimming under the moon, Glitter fest, a short holiday to Bath/Bristol (proper post to follow about this), burning candles, getting ready for autumn, eating tasty food, finally watched the Office (UK version), a party to celebrate a wedding anniversary and another to say farewell to a friend who is moving north.
Here is my 1 second a day video for July. It ended up being a much better month than I expected. This was in no small part down to a last minute decision to got Indietracks Festival at the end of the month. I’ll try and do a separate post about this in a the next few days.
My July included seeing Martha twice, helping at a Graduation ceremony at work, a real mixed bag of weather, watching Glow, eating far too many bags of McCoys chip shop crisps, reading a lot of books (as well as hitting my reading goal of the years 7 months in!) starting to ride my bike again and appreciating small details in Coventry.
A few people I know have been using 1 second everyday to make monthly videos and I decided to give it a go starting on the 1st of June.
So in just over 30 seconds, here is my June – it was a month that included an election, a funeral, squirrels, cats, heavy rain, blue skies, a golden bunny, giving blood, vegan pizza and some lazy days at home.
It was really fun to see this build up day by day and to figure out what 1 second of video would best sum up each day.