Remember how much fun it is to make movies together by Cara Schingeck
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(I like this for many reasons including the fact that it reflection and a projection it is for me an inspiration that came from without and from within I created it and my brother created it so there you go so there we go together}
Remember how much fun it is to make a movie together?

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Thank you to those great people who give hope and heart and passion to our troops and to me here now as I listen to this song of a happy day knowing that my brother went to many services in Camp Arifjan, (located in the State of Kuwait) to find joy, love, and life in war they gave him service grace in his time of service in Operation Iraqi Freedom others gave him moments of freedom and here now I say thank you for your service to my brother, I love you for what you gave to him, you saved him_

Brothers and sisters communicating, collaborating artists getting all their blues and their soul out in anyway they can connect a story of connection, perseverance yes is that right brother because this is for you and me

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The images I took while we spoke on Skype during our making of your first short film of thanks to your/our military family—A side note here from me to all who see this—what obstacles you overcame Herold J. Hudson to make this happen before you came home from war. These images are a tribute to all of the hard work and dedication that you have and to show that your priorities are right because you got me to FOCUS so I knew what to do so now we all are here to enjoy your movie
Thank you

I rush ahead and say too much like now

I love you

Music chosen by me Cara Schingeck
Description by me Cara Schingeck

This may be edited later, pretty sure it will because I speak from my heart and not my mind

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Comments

  • Cara Schingeck
    Cara Schingeckover 2 years ago

    What I realized tonight after viewing my own movie one thing, a first thiing is this to slow down and listen to one another

  • Cara Schingeck
    Cara Schingeckover 2 years ago

    I like this for many reasons including the fact that it reflection and a projection it is for me an inspiration that came from without and from within I created it and my brother created it so there you go so there we go together

  • Cara Schingeck
    Cara Schingeckover 2 years ago

    Good God, Let me hear you it’s a happy day! Thank you to those great people who give hope and heart and passion to our troops and to me here now as I listen to this song of a happy day knowing that my brother went to many services in Camp Arifjan, (located in the State of Kuwait) to find joy, love, and life in war they gave him service grace in his time of service in Operation Iraqi Freedom others gave him moments of freedom and here now I say thank you for your service to my brother, I love you for what you gave to him, you saved him

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    Thank you to those great people who give hope and heart and passion to our troops and to me here now as I listen to this song of a happy day knowing that my brother went to many services in Camp Arifjan, (located in the State of Kuwait) to find joy, love, and life in war they gave him service grace in his time of service in Operation Iraqi Freedom others gave him moments of freedom and here now I say thank you for your service to my brother, I love you for what you gave to him, you saved him_

    – Cara Schingeck

  • Cara Schingeck
    Cara Schingeckover 2 years ago

    How many Lieutenant Colonel’s in the United States Army would be so genuine, so true and so honest with the sincerity that show through to me to create this imagery of our correspondence? My brother, Lieutenant Colonel Herold J. Hudson has sincere honesty and he is genuine and true because he has trusted me and never asked me to stop in my telling of our story, of our war together and for this I love him and I trust him and for so much more I say to you all that there much to learn from the simple act of open up yourself, letting go of fear, for then there is freedom.

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