To cross boundaries means to find new things and move on to them. Not all boundaries are fully crossed, and it sometimes takes a push by an outside force to get someone over. No matter how dangerous that boundary being crossed is, everyone has time to reflect afterwards. The range of reflections can go from regrets, sadness, and pain to joy, happiness, and no regrets. While doing interviews, I noticed how much I could pick out parts of what my interviewee was saying and look back to notice that she was saying true things. Interviewing her only helped me realize how obvious the changes were, in a sense.
Editing the project was a little different. Using the Audacity program at first seemed easy, but it was later frustrating and I wasn't quite sure what I was doing. So, I switched over to GarageBand, a more familiar for me program and was able to change a shabby project into something better than it was before. I do not think I would have been able to produce what I did if I hadn't changed programs. I believe lots of people had problems with understanding Audacity, and we all only used it for the sole fear of having GarageBand delete everything, which was a common glitch at SLA.
In this project, overall, I had trouble trying to find an interesting enough topic that featured crossing boundaries. This changed, however, when I got the help of my peers to brainstorm. Boundaries are all around us and are constantly crossed, and it took more than a few minutes to realize that. It was a good experience for me that I got to know how people's lives change all from doing the unexpected.