I really miss those crisp fall mornings, when you wake up and look outside and the leaves are dancing in the wind. There’s something about it, knowing that its cool outside, but being overwhelmed with a sense of warmth & coziness. The way the leaves crunch under your feet as you walk home. That grey-almost gloomy, but welcoming sky, just before an autumn rain. The way every room, smells of pumpkin or baked goods. The creepy movies on tv. It’s almost as if we enter an entirely different culture, with the way things around us shift in those autumn months. Oh, how I miss you, fall.
Phew, finally had some time to squeeze in a quick personal painting (freelance has been crazy)! I’ve wanted to do a rainy piece based on the Rain Room at LACMA for awhile now, so this one’s admittedly a total guilty pleasure for me, ha ha.
tidbits of info: you will wait at least 2 hours. you may get wet if you walk in too fast (I totally did). Don’t wear black (I did). It’s fun watching others hesitate before entering, but once inside it’s a tad mediocre. If you get into MoMA for free and have friends you don’t mind standing in line with, do it. Take a cute (barf) photo with someone you like and then call it a day.
warnings: i swear once, besides that there are symptoms of anxiety in here
plot: zach helps you go through a storm, trying his best to make you feel comfortable and to be there for you
a/n: i can’t believe how much zach content i’m posting but i live for it. anyway i hope this is true to the request. also i listened to this & this while writing idk maybe it creates an ambiance for y’all
Zach was driving you home when the storm
One minute the two of you were joking
around as his music blasted from the speakers and wind blew messing up your
hairstyles. Then, quick drops of water began falling from the sky, causing Zach
to immediately put the convertible’s hardtop on.
You grew quiet as you took in the sight of
the darkened sky and the raindrops hitting the windshield.
Zach took notice of your sudden mood change
and turned the music volume down. “Everything okay?” He asked, shifting his
gaze from the road for a few seconds to look at you.