Just like the stars and reflectors in the sky, light so bright and so dark there is no night or day. Light is just a dance from one end of the spectrum to the other, rainbow to Black, it’s all one and something deep down inside we hope to reach.
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1. I used to be an avid theatre goer, £10 max last minute cheap seats baby! Tip – If you go on days at times that aren’t so popular the house can upgrade you for free.
2. My favourite fictional character is Adrian Monk, though I think he can be negatively selfish, rude and wasteful. I sympathise and empathise with this character, watched a part of one episode and bought a boxset on a whim (rare moment of decadence) and never looked back. (The books read just the like the show flows too, not like a transcript or adaptation.)
3. When other kids wanted toys and video games I wanted encyclopedias, a calculator, graph paper, a sketch book and any games were Mechano, K’new K’nex or lego. I played out a heck of a lot with other kids but I also got all my term projects done before the terms started and so was ahead of schedule.
4. I never used to like dolls (especially babies) or teddy bears/stuffed animals as a child and still don’t but as an adult I’ve found that I like collector’s dolls and dollhouses, they have an intricate and delicate beauty. I suppose that fits in with my my general love of antiques.
5. When I was in primary school and mum used to embarrass me with childish hairdos (on me) I was inspired by Pippi Longstocking and decided to bend my braids upwards, and they stayed that way!
7. Mum and I talk about random, off topic things all the time akin to Elwood and Jake from The Blues Brothers in the midst of car chases (though arguably the whole film could be described as one long car chase with musical intervals). For example:
The BB’s being chased by cops who are right behind in a parking garage:
Elwood: This is definitely Lower Wacker Drive! If my estimations are correct, we should be very close to the Honorable Richard J. Daley Plaza!
Jake: That’s where they got that Picasso.
Mum and Me running for the bus:
Mum: You weren’t a very good Ms Lemon yesterday.
Mum: You forgot to *something*
Mum: You’re usually very efficient
Me: I suppose that makes you Poirot
Mum: Oui, but of course.
Our favourite scene from The BB:
Seriously though, it’s a souped up machine but he could have painted it right?
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and to finish