If you’ve known me for any length of time, you’re probably already aware that I’m not fond of resolutions. I don’t judge those that make them, I simply accept my limitations in how seriously I’ll follow through with them and don’t waste my time.
In each one, I capture the emotional tone of that period of my life to light up the character.
Andros Koresh reflects my 30’s
Lindsey Falco by reflects my 20’s
Aristotle Troublefield reflects my teens
Lucien Karr reflects the ages of eight to ten.
Last night my wife Pat and I finally got around to watching the episode of “Being Mary Jane” where Mary Jane eulogized a loved one who committed suicide. In the eulogy she talked about the ugly truths we hide on a daily basis.
She talked about how it was those hidden ugly truths that ultimately caused someone she loved to kill herself. In spite of the fact that the eulogy would be considered insensitive and inappropriate by some, I found it poignant.
Or do his past deeds change everything?
“To win back the woman he loves, Gloon will have to turn his back on everything that made him successful and become the kind of man he never believed existed.”
It’s old news now, but I thought a great opportunity was missed by the media during the media frenzy when Chris Brown assaulted Rihanna.
While they took time to interview Rihanna, few people I know actually heard her offer up some of the reasons she would choose someone like Chris Brown.
Those are the words that prompted me to create the image you see above.
If those words hadn’t been uttered immediately after taking the photo with my cell phone, I would have deleted the original photo and not thought twice about it.