If you had to choose a perfect moment from your life to make into a 1 second film,
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  • this is a fantastic question.......when my son first laughed really hard for the first time, I guess he would have been about 5 months old. I would say when he was born, but I was too stressed out.

  • When I got my wings the first time I was ever on an airplane. I think the captain, or a male flight attendant, gave me a pin with wings on it, and he actually pinned it on my shirt. I felt super special - I was 4. I like flying. The moment the pin went through the fabric, that is what it would be.

  • Either my birth or my death, I don't/won't remember either but both are the greatest moments a person will have

  • My first breath.

  • The last hug I ever recieved from my friend Kristin.

  • The moment I quit my first job.

  • The moment my son was born.

  • One evening, I noticed the moon (very nearly a full moon) had just risen. It was a pure white, in a very pale, light-coloured blue sky. The sky was still light, so I knew the sun must be up, but very close to setting. I spun around 180 degrees. The sun was just over the horizon, deep red, and the sky a beautiful orange. I stood there for many seconds, turning around and around. Both views were absolutely enchanting, one side pale and delicately-coloured, the other side rich and deep, and both of them in the sky at the same time. That they were exact opposite sides of the horizon, so I could only look at one at a time, was part of the magic.

  • Conception.

  • Holding my first child in my arms for the first time.

  • Jessica Barker - 7th grade ;)

  • My kids smiling.

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

  • A second of film = 24 frames. It would be 12 frames of the first time I saw my oldest daughter and 12 frames of the first time I saw my youngest daughter. Perfect.

  • I know what it will be... but I have not experienced it yet. I promise to share it once it is mine to give.

  • If I could choose one perfect moment from my life to turn into a one-second film, it would have to be the moment the sun rose above the horizon after my night of camping in the Sahara outside Timbuktu. I'd woken up early that morning and was in the process of collecting sand with a young Tuareg child as the sky exploded from an inky black into a brilliant orange. I still have a vile of that sand at home.

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

  • When i was hit by a car passing a stop sign at 40 miles an hour and I was on motorbike. Best action scene ever...triple flip and broke his windshield with my helmet and then just got up like nothing happened. Couldn't believe how lucky I was an really makes you appreciate you're alive

  • Perfect moment was standing in the middle of an empty parking lot at 4am realizing I could do anything I set my mind to.

  • If I had to choose a perfect moment from my life to make into a 1 second film, I would choose the moment I put my feet into the Pacific Ocean for the first time. Mind-blowing. I felt like I was walking off the edge of the world.