now: wow he's only 30?
i stepped on the scale today and it said “bat”
it took me a few seconds to realize it meant the battery was out, but before i realized that i just said “i am not a bat” out loud
Olive. You heard me. You heard me - you came. You were always the strong one. Whenever I got scared, you could make me feel better. Do you remember, Olive?
I’m sorry, no, I don’t.
That’s okay. I think they meant for us to forget. I just couldn’t. I did what they told us. I waited, Olive. The soldier to come is both natural and unnatural. I waited to be called up. You stay fit, stay focused, and stay ready. I wore the blacks and grays. I blended in. But the call never came. It never came. Then, that man with the glasses, he showed up at the hospital. He spoke all the old words. He said they’re coming. He needed warriors. He said: “What was written will come to pass.” He said he knew how to wake me up. I shouldn’t have listened to him. Sometimes what we wake up, it can’t be put back to sleep.
RENÉ MAGRITTE (1898-1967) - L’ÉTAT DE VEILLE
Every part of me says “go ahead”
I got my hopes up again, oh no not again…
Excited to finally share this set from last May, big thanks to an incredible crew!
Models: Emily Theobald & Yulu Serao / Styling: Doria Santlofer / Makeup: Katie Mellinger / Hair: Jenna Perry
Vertigo (1958) dir. by Alfred Hitchcock
Scarlett in The Black Dahlia
via Wayne Tippets
I’m never going to find anyone.