While I was working today, two girls came up to me and asked if they could be on TV. Kids are never afraid to ask this question, and I kinda love that fearlessness about them. I was at the Glazer Children’s Museum’s birthday bash and was getting some kids on camera making chalk drawings. I told the girls if they were to go make some drawings, I’d be sure to get some shots of them.
They giggled, got some chalk, and plopped down in front of my lens (but not too close that I had to back up). One girl drew a heart and the other wrote “I <3 TV.” She looked up at me and smiled.
As I was getting my cutaways, they kept drawing. One girl wrote “Love Never Fails” and the other wrote “Be the Role Model You Want to See.”
I always hear WHAT ABOUT THE CHILDREN and how the kids these days are terrible and awful. They’re selfish. They’re only interested in social media.
You know what, I think they’re gonna be just fine.