i have been going through all of my clothes in my apartment, and picking out stuff i want to sell to beacon’s closet. everytime i come across something that is actually really nice that i don’t wear anymore…i keep it. i keep it because i want to save it for my children. my original kate moss for topshop dress….kate moss’s first line at topshop london. it might not be designer..but i think that’s pretty cool.i have a dress from that line. i don’t wear it because it’s too small but maybe one day my kid or my niece or godchild might want it.
i can’t sell something that could be worth something one day.
Light represents hope therefore it can be dimmed by obstructions such as a translucent surfaces eg. A lamp shade. It directly relates to light therefore light is not a symbol of hope but a physical representation of the course and obstructions of hope. Dimming, radiating, absence of, need of. The shangrla ate my pinky. Where’s the rosin? In guidos lungs. What to say to dat guy? I’m pretty tired. Staying in. Ice cream conversation. Down. Onyx.
Wake up mr west!
Sorry, mr west is gone.
Water gives light a more fluid yet fixed quality where as solids make it jagged and angular. Light in air is like a halo radiating from one definite source. Refraction also changes in regard to the above qualities.
Solidity of light = level of hope.
When a body of water collides with a solid, it takes on characteristics of that object mimicking and reacting to its level movement. The larger the body of water, the less attributes of the solid it has, the more of the water. That made no sense but you get me. Think about the rain drops hitting the stationary windshield. One drop sort of sticks there but when it becomes many, it flows like a river down the surface of the glass.