Hello. I am Rachel's first video blog.

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Hello. I am Rachel's first video blog.

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What's my deal?

Blogger Rachel
Date Posted July 13th, 2007
URL youtube.com
Length 2:00
Description I couldn't sleep, so I figured it was about time that I got started on this assignment. School work in the summer is just not right.
YouTube Tags lonelygirl15 bree TheHill88 renetto blueberry festival assignment work confessional pensive narcissistic caffeinated
Rachel Sara E. R. Fletcher
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Hello. I am Rachel's first video blog. is the first video in the Redearth88 video series.


Rachel: So I've been putting this off for a while now. I don't even really remember why. Well, that's not entirely true. I have to admit that I haven't exactly been looking forward to this. Actually, I've been dreading it, ever since I was given the assignemnt to start putting together these video journals. Just the thought of broadcasting my life's minutia seems kind of lame. Trust me, it's my life, and even I don't find it the least bit interesting. So why would I want to subject anybody else to it? But, never underestimate the powerful sway a letter grade can have on a girl. So I guess I'll have to develop a few narcissistic tendencies if I plan on getting an A on this assignment. And thankfully, I really do like watching a lot of vloggers on here: TheHill88, MarkDay, Renetto, lonelygirl15. So, what's my deal? Well, I just finished my first year of college, and this webcam confessional is part of my communications program. I normally prefer to watch as opposed to being watched. That makes it sound kind of dirty. Anyway, when I'm not awkwardly trying to explain my issues, I have a job as a production assistant. Which is really a nice way of saying that I'm an intern. I was kind of intimidated about relocating, but I figured it was either a throw caution to the wind and live in LA for a summer, or volunteer to help out at this year's Blueberry Festival. It was also a great excuse to get some much-needed distance from my life back at school. But alas, I will save the doldrums of that drama for another time, as I do have to work in the morning. And besides, too much pensive reflection is definitely bad for the skin.