Moon Rise Time Slice…. this is a collage of 11 photos taken over 27 minutes and 59 seconds
It’s beautiful and it’s freaking me out.
Yes, I support traditional marriage. A union between one middle-aged man and a 13-year-old girl for a dowry of eighteen cows.
Disclosure (Ft. Alunageorge) | White Noise
Onyou-ya. How are you doing in the cold weather? Are you having a hard time because we didn’t go grocery shopping that day? Uh, please don’t skip meals and eat something. You need to eat in order to be healthy. I just called because I was curious about you, whether you were eating and staying warm in the cold. Uh, okay, grandma called you. Onyou-ya, be well.
Onyou-ya. Are you sleeping? I’m calling because we are out in LA and want to eat lunch with you. But you’re sleeping. Okay. I’m hanging up. When you get this, call me back quickly.
(hushed voice) Onyou-ya. Are you sleeping? You know last year, you and your brother bought me a pair of sneakers. They’re too small and my feet won’t go in… So you should know that. I can’t wear it because it’s too small, so I’m just leaving it…
Onyou-ya. Do you have time on Friday? Grandma has to go to the hospital; you should come with me. Please call me later, or grandma will call you.
Onyou-ya. Are you sleeping? Grandma has a favor to ask you. You know how grandpa, on the 28th, has to go [to the hospital]? Grandma has to go to the hospital on the 17th. So I wanted to ask whether you had time, but if you can’t, maybe I’ll ask your brother. When you get this, call grandma back. Right now it’s 10 minutes before 10 p.m. Be well.
Onyou-ya. Did you finish your classes? (silence) Right now grandma just came back from the hospital, and tomorrow, no, the day after tomorrow, early morning on Friday you have to come out to LA. If you don’t, I can’t do anything. When you come home after finishing [class] at 10 p.m. on Thursday, are you able to go back to LA that early? We have to be there by 8 a.m., meaning we need to leave by 7. Just wanted to let you know earlier. We’ll talk about this tomorrow. Don’t forget! I request! Grandma’s hanging up now. Onyou-ya, eat well and don’t be sick. This is grandma. I love you. (away from receiver) she’s not here-
Onyou-ya. Did you wake up or go to class? You told me you have the most classes today; are you able to come early in the morning tomorrow? I’m not sure if you heard my message yesterday. If you don’t come, it will be serious trouble. Grandpa will send you the address on the internet. If you receive it, please call grandma at home. See you tomorrow! You have to come early tomorrow.
Onyou-ya. You must be in class. Grandpa was supposed to be released from the hospital today, but the number, some number had to be 1.0 but it fell short so he couldn’t be released. I’m not sure if he’ll be released later tonight. Right now he’s there alone. It will be serious trouble if he is released tomorrow because there’s no one to pick him up. If he is released tonight, then your brother can pick him up. He can only leave if the doctor says he can. He’s there right now. You should know that, and call me.
Onyou-ya. Sorry, you must be busy. Grandpa was released tonight, so you don’t have to worry about tomorrow. Go to your meeting, aye? You’ve done a lot. Your brother went and brought him back. Grandpa is sleeping now.
(faint voice) Onyou-ya. Did you wake up? Daniel has been here all night and he’s exhausted… What to do? You need to hurry here so he can go. Call me back soon.
Onyou-ya. It’s hard to hear your voice. Mmm. Increasingly hard. Are you well? Your stepmom said she’s leaving on Wednesday. I’m worried about your grandpa. Be well.
Onyou must be busy. Heard you’re coming today or tomorrow. Ever since your mom left, grandpa’s laundry situation been urgent… are you doing laundry? It’d be nice if you could do your laundry with grandpa’s. Call grandma back later! Onyou-ya, it’s a request. I miss you. Right now it’s 11… (to my grandpa: what time is it?) oh, it’s 11:50. I’m calling from the hospital. Grandma awaits your call. Uh, be well.
21 Jan 2013 / 1 note
F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby (via 13neighbors)
Virginia Woolf, from a diary entry dated 5 November 1931. (via fuckyeahvirginiawoolf)