If you had to choose a perfect moment from your life to make into a 1 second film,
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  • April 1989, San Francisco, 8 a.m., waiting at Sutter and Powell in freezing fog with my 3-year-old daughter for a cable car to take us over Nob Hill to her day care.

  • Becoming a father was a perfect moment. Another one was watching the last second tic off the clock as we were about to win our first NBA championship.

  • perfect moment of my life will be seeing my name on this film!

  • I remember this one night about a year ago I was driving home around one or two in the morning so obviously it was dark out and there were stars like nobody's business...that night I had been extremely upset about the way things had been going with my boyfriend at the time, and I was worried about going to college and such and such and so on. Anyways, I'm sort of a romantic, and wish on stars all the time as a sort of habit-comfort thing...So I was driving along a dark road, the only car around, and I look up and see this beautiful bright vibrant star and I think "what the hell, why not" so I think about things and decide all I really want is for things to cheer up a bit...suddenly I noticed my star was flying away...I then realized I had wished on an air plane of all things...I began to laugh until I was making myself cry from laughing so hard...and ever since then, everything has been fantastic for me...=)

  • Perfect moment...driving with my father to Wisconsin in 1969. The conversation turned to death for some reason and he told me that he hoped to live a long life, but had done all he wanted thus far, was happy with how I was turning out, and hoped that, when his time came, he went as quickly and painlessly as possible. 3 days later, he was walking down the street and died.

  • My perfect moment from my life would be the first cries I heard when my twin boy and girl were born.

  • If I could choose one perfect moment from my life to make into a one second film, it would be the first second I opened my eyes in this world. That's when the amazing adventure began for me.

  • The moment my son opened his eyes and looked up at me

  • It would have to be a smile.

  • Now.

  • Conception.

  • If I could choose one perfect moment from my life to make into a one-second film it would be the time when I had my first kiss. I was 12 years old and I was at a school dance with this girl that I liked. I asked her if I could kiss her and she said yes. I kissed her quickly on the lips and pulled away. She smiled and so did I

  • The moment I saw my prom date coming down the stairs in that beautiful blue dress. Ah, young love.

  • The first time I stepped foot in Iraq. Stepping off the C130 on to the tarmac seeing the heat radiate from the ground and fealling my feet begin to burn through a half inch of rubber. This was a perfect moment to sumerize the next 365 shitty days.

  • The day I left my hometown and got on a greyhound to persue my college education.

  • The moment when I fled from my father’s room in the hospital when he was about to go. That’s one thing I regret the most.

  • My kids smiling.

  • A moment from my childhood. Sitting around the kitchen table with my parents, brother, and grandparents...laughing. Happiest moments of my life. I tear up to think about them.

  • Perfect Moment. i thought about it heaps and to be honest its a pretty simple one. i was at school in my lit class and we watched/listened to a performance poet called shane koyczan. the imagery in that poem just hit me, and it was such a great moment. if anyones reading this check out his work, its amazing.

  • Years ago I took a trip to Japan with my family. My father, brother and I climbed up Mt. Fuji on a gorgeous summer morning, the first day of the climbing season. Standing on the side of the mountain looking out, the view and the entire experience were incredible. This was a perfect moment for me!