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Happiness Reminder
Updated: 6/30/2020
Happiness Reminder
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Storyboard Description

Toys and depression yay

Storyboard Text

  • EXPOSITION
  • CONFLICT
  • RISING ACTION
  • Bunch of childhood toys and songs are trying to get me to remember them when I'm having self doubts because I felt insecure due to the little success in my music journey. Suddenly they sang Who Says by Selena Gomez, the song I used to sing to them during one of my "concerts" I had when I was younger, pretending they were the audience.
  • CLIMAX
  • I didn't believe that they were talking. In fact. I thought I was going crazy hallucinating and I just spiralled even more
  • They jumped into my bag and came with me to school one day.
  • RESOLUTION
  • I had a speech that I forgot and I had nothing prepared. I thought I put them there but I forgot so I just used them and made a speech about how much they used to mean to me. While talking, it suddenly reminded me of how it felt to be actually happy. Then they jumped out of my hand and started singing Who Says
  • The class thought they were robot stuffed toys so it was normal. But I knew they were not, then they looked me in the eyes and sang "Who says you're not star potential?" It impacted me a lot and it suddenly clicked.
  • Who says you're not star potential?
  • I got better, my toys stopped talking presumably because their job of helping me back up was done, they became lifeless again. I started practicing harder than ever, even uploading YouTube covers. YouTube gained huge success with over million subscribers.
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