I am not going to lie to you, I did feel a little bit nervous or anxious because I had no idea what I wanted to do for my final project. I wrote out an outline of how I can incorporate all of my blogs I wrote this whole semester and the stories we read or watched, into my American story. I decided to hop on the the virtual class to ask my professor for some advice because I really felt stuck and was not sure if my story counted as an American story. After speaking to my amazing professor and taking a few days to really think about, it became more clear to me of how I can share my American story. For instance, I want to create a video using Animoto as my digital toolkit and as I tell my American story, I will also be explaining/quoting what we read or watched in class and how those Ethnic Americans connect to my story. This will show others that my story is quite similar to a lot of the stories I read in my Ethnic American class and that was truly one of my favorite things about the class; meaning, I can relate to what we read or watched to my life. I might also include my twin sister, Crystal, in the video as well because everything I have experienced in my life I had her by my side through it all and I couldn’t be more grateful.