..Then it kind of solidified itself in this group that call them selves ‘The Basement People’, after the lyric in Undercover Martyn, which I think is, so sweet, and so so amazing and they kind of just, run around like little Two Door Cinema Club evangelists, you know telling everyone about our band and they will do stuff online and they’ll do stuff like get together and have meeting and discuss the music and all of this stuff.They recruit new members and it’s kind of cool because it had nothing to do with us, we didn’t set it up, we didn’t even give an idea that you know this is our idea and they took it soon them selves and people have made friends for life through that and through our band, and I find that unbelievable, and to this day they are still spreading the word and getting more people into our music which is awesome.
Okay, so I let one of my kids get into TXF and now she is obsessed with supernatural thrillers/horror movies. In the last few weeks we’ve watched Poltergeist, The Hole, The Quiet Ones, Insidious I and II, 1408, The Ring…and now she is sleeping like a baby and I AM A NERVOUS FUCKING WRECK.
I was tagged by @butterflytattoohaz and @temponarry-fix to do the personal mood board thing which was super cool considering I’ve just discovered I really love photography (all of these are my own personal photos except Narry) and I really enjoyed the whole mood-board process so yeah wiiiicked!! ✌🏼️💗
Levi was impressed with the house. It was obvious the place needed work. There were rooms upstairs that were unfinished, and there was definitely some landscaping to be done. Overall, though, he could see it had plenty of potential. Mostly, he’d fallen in love with the kitchen, as Carolina predicted he would, but he also liked the balcony that offered an amazing view of the mountains, and he liked that the basement had a full bathroom and a bedroom. If Sam decided to move with them, Levi could easily picture the basement being Sam’s personal domain.
He wanted to laugh when he realized he was already thinking in terms of when they moved, and not if. The house really did seem perfect. It might be a bit big for them now, but Levi was sure their family would grow once he and Carolina were married, and then they’d happily fill up the space.
Levi: This place is great! You said it’s been for sale for six months now? How have we never noticed it before?
Gabriel: Yeah, a little over six months. It’s been listed, but if you weren’t looking for a house, then I guess you wouldn’t have noticed.
Levi: I’m surprised nobody’s bought it already. The price is certainly reasonable.
Gabriel: The price is lower because of all the work that’s needed. A lot of people don’t find that particularly attractive.
Levi: We don’t mind that, do we, ‘Lina?
Carolina: If this is going to be our forever home, we’ll have lots of time to fix it up. And Levi has plenty of energy for projects. Don’t you?
Levi: I have plenty of energy for everything, as you’re always pointing out. But yeah, I like the idea of putting something of ourselves into the place, you know? Really making it ours.