The Personal Narrative Story (PNS) required a story through the lens of our own experiences, perspectives, and ideas, using representative images, text, sound, and narration to present a series of images that evokes an emotion, presents an idea, and tells a story of transformation and reflection. I find myself to be a private person and not that interesting, yet I’m told otherwise. I battled with what type of personal narrative I wanted to share and I kept coming back to the topic of my life’s journey. Everyone has a story and up until now I thought I’d seen a lot in my lifetime, I’m realizing I haven’t even started living yet. I felt a great sense of relief and pride of myself finishing this assignment with that gentle reminder to myself, I’m in a great place.
Those pictures were beautiful! I’m so glad so many were found and used! Your story gives that soothing reassurance that we don’t always know what we’re going to do with our lives, and that’s okay, no matter how developed in our life we are.Matt Alea, Digital Storytelling Classmate
My personal narrative is called “Finding Me,” a story about my 28 years of life so far constantly rediscovering who I am through trials and tribulations. I’ve overcome so much, explored various paths already and i’m just getting started. At this point in life, you’re continuing the journey with me.