Just act natural. Tell your story the same way you told me and you'll be fine.
Just pretend like I'm not even filming you.
I'm a little nervous actually. I don't know if I'll be able to tell it very good.
Alright...okay. I'm ready.
Shutup. Scene 3, take one, action!
Yeah. Definitely can't see the camera over there.
My name is Amanda Harris, I'm 25 years old, and this is my story about uncerative colitis.
It all started a few weeks after my senior prom. I was having really bad abdominal pain. It was so bad my parents took me to the E.R.
It was there that we learned about the colitis. Apparently it ran in the family. Although I wasn't stoked about surgery, I was happy that it was a one and done thing. That was the case until after the surgery.
Amanda has Ulcerative Colitis.
It was the worst news of my life, and of course at the time I was an angry teen so I just thought about the worst right away.
There was a major mistake during her surgery. She'll need a few more surgeries in order for it to heal