we shall fill innocence
with the strength
we have so long been lacking
we shall never again be alone
we shall flee rest, we shall flee sleep
we shall outrun dawn and spring
and we shall fashion days and seasons
to the measure of our dreams
my raison d'être
THIS MAKES ME SO HAPPY YOU HAVE NO IDEA
watercolours, gold acrylic and graphite
by Calliope Bridge
it’s just so funny how you can just click with some people but not others, like you can meet a new friend who completely gets you in like 2 weeks and yet have a parent or relative who still doesn’t know your simplest likes and dislikes after 20 years. its weird
This is so accurate.
this is the realist shit
the design for this film was just like no other it is absolutely stunning
met friends’ friends who were cute and interesting and nice
got lured off the street into a random mellow house party
drank free booze and admired an immaculate personal art collection
had pertinent and personal conversations with beautiful strangers
why can’t this be every day?
Miley Cyrus Treats Couple at Restaurant
Miley Cyrus paid for a couple’s meal after she disturbed them in a restaurant.
The ‘Wrecking Ball’ singer was reportedly noisy and caused a scene when she and a friend went into an upmarket eatery in New York, but after a couple complained, she immediately went over to apologize.
A witness explained to the National Enquirer: ”She went over and apologized and told the folks, ‘I’m sorry, I’ve just had too much caffeine today.’ Then she asked the couple about themselves.”
The pair were celebrating their second wedding anniversary, so generous Miley left $100 to cover their bill and posed for pictures with them.
Miley may be famous for her risqué outfits and twerking dance moves, but many people are surprised to find she is actually very down-to-earth and polite.
After she had guest appeared on U.S. TV show ‘Saturday Night Live’, a source said: ”Everyone expected Miley to show up with major attitude - but were stunned when she turned out to be a major sweetheart.
”She went out of her way to be kind to everyone - just plain old nice - posing for pictures backstage and signing autographs for the crew.”
Important to see the good,
“Bruce Davidson’s 1959 project Brooklyn Gang is an intimate photographic study of a rebellious Brooklyn teenage gang, who called themselves The Jokers. Not only is Davidson’s work a sincere portrayal of troubled teenagers coming of age, but it also acts as a documentation of teenage life during 1950s, exposing the emotional climate of that time period and exposing the dark side of a supposedly innocent time period” 2