Modern vintage - a close up the earrings shown in the previous image. Black jet vintage Swarovski crystals, collet-set in vintage brass flowers, paired with 1930s filigree buckles, set with hexagonal mustard-yellow satin glass, and finished with vintage jet Swarovski ball beads.
I spend most of my time thinking about things that are never going to happen. Or will happen, just not soon.
I am the guy who plans only for today and the day that will come tomorrow but goes blank when someone asks me what I will you do later this week. People plan their entire month, and I can’t find myself committing to hours of the day.
It’s chaos in here, but I look calm, don’t I?
You plan birthdays a week ago or a month. I plan my birthday parties only when I am asked to throw a party. Or I don’t even remember my own birthday.
We go out for a movie and our hands brush when we are sitting next to each other. A part of me believes it just happened, and the other part says it was on purpose. A sign from you to hold your hand, but I am too unsure. In a split second, I think about all the possibilities that can happen if I hold your hand.
Possibility one: you let me hold your hand.
Possibility two: you move your hand away.
Possibility three: you think I am a creep.
Possibility fifty-one: you pull my face closer and kiss me passionately.
Possibility fifty-two: you slap me across my face and stomp your way out of my life.
The possibilities are endless,
Possibility hundred-one: you love me.
Possibility hundred-two: you really don’t love me.
Possibility hundred-three: you already have a boyfriend.
Possibility hundred-four: you don’t care how I feel.
Possibility hundred-five: we will always go for movies.
Possibility hundred-six: this is the last time we are meeting.
Possibility thousand and one: we will get married someday. And then, I come back to reality. Nothing has happened, yet. We are here, and only a second has passed.
I do nothing, just looking at you from the corner of my eye. You give nothing away, just a tiny smile on your face.
Was it on purpose? Or are you smiling at the movie screen?
We walk out. You enthusiastically say that you love watching movies with me. A part of me takes it as a compliment. The other part tells me you want to go for the next movie right now.
In a split second, I think of all the possibilities.
And then, we do nothing. I’m too unsure. You don’t give anything more away.
One of those magical experiences that change your life and make you a better artist and human. My heart is filled with so much gratitude and joy to be a part of #InAnotherRoom2
and the @e3wproductions
family. The kindness, soulfulness and talent of those I got to work with has been beyond my imagination. Simply put, I love these people and I had the BEST time being a part of something so touching and so lovely. #THANKYOU
Also, I am legit afraid of the monster.