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'''Together:''' To the Hymn of One.
'''Together:''' To the Hymn of One.
*Bree's birthday is October 26th. Therefore it is not her birthday party.
*The drinking out of paper cups in this video may be a reference to "Drinking The Purple Kool-Aid" meaning demonstrating blind devotion to a cause as in the {{wikipedia|Kool-Aid#.22Drinking_the_Kool-Aid.22|Jonestown Massacre of 1978}} led by cult leader {{wikipedia|Jim_Jones|Jim Jones}} of the People's Temple.
*The title of this video may be a play on "A Walk to Remember," a movie in which the heroine dies.
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A Week to Remember

She can feel dead people's hands . . . ewww.

Blogger Bree
Date Posted July 30th, 2007
URL old.LG15.com
Forum [12755 forum discussion]
Length 2:10
Description I'm prepared and I'm excited
Location(s) The Hymn of One seminar location
YouTube Tags lonelygirl15 bree daniel danielbeast jonas jonastko
Production Credits
Executive Producer(s) Miles Beckett, Mesh Flinders, and Greg Goodfried
Producer(s) Amanda Goodfried
Production Assistant(s) Ian Schwartz
Director(s) Mesh Flinders
Camera Kevin Schlanser
Vidplay Jan Libby
Story Miles Beckett, Mesh Flinders, Greg Goodfried, Jan Libby, and Ross Berger
Editor(s) Kevin Schlanser and Ian Schwartz
Music Supervisor Seth Jacobs
Bree Jessica Lee Rose
Barb Staley Prom
Carl Craig Coyne
Adjacent Blogs
Previous "They Broke In!!!"
Next "lonelygirl15 Season 1 Recap"
Previous by Bree "Something's Coming"

A Week to Remember is the two-hundred forty-third video in the lonelygirl15 video series.


Carl: Here's to Bree.

Barb: To Bree.

Bree: To the Hymn of One.

Bree, Barb, and Carl: (in unison) To the Hymn of One!

Carl: If you had to describe today? Just one word. What word would you select?

Bree: Birthday party. That's two words. Or maybe...joy. I feel joy. It's also a time of reflection for me. This is it. This is what we have all been waiting for. I am filled with joy. I am thinking about my parents, my mom who has helped me learn and grow over the last few weeks...thank you mom, and my dad...who even though he can't be here in front of me, I feel his presence. There are times where I actually feel his hand on my shoulder. As if to say you can do it Bree. I can do it, I'm on my path. My path is with the Hymn of One. I am so, so grateful when I realize that none of this would be happening unless I find my song. I sing my song.

Carl: Now what would life be like for you? If everyday could feel like your birthday? Wouldn't it be wonderful to feel that sort of happiness and love year around? I bet you're wondering what might be the first step to feeling this kind of joy.

Barb: The first step is to say out loud to the universe...I can find and sing my eternal song.

Carl: The second step is to contact us at hymnofone.org. Come feel like everyday is your birthday.

Bree: I found my song. You can find yours.

Bree: Here's to the Hymn of One.

Together: To the Hymn of One.