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“You have all been through so much together. Please, don’t give up on Michael… not now.” [Madeline Westen]


Pictured: Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan), Jesse Porter (Coby Bell), Madeline Westen (Sharon Gless), Fiona Glenanne (Gabrielle Anwar) and Sam Axe (Bruce Campbell)

Burn Notice “Sea Change” Season 7, Episode 12

Released: September 5, 2013

I Heard You Say
Vivian Girls
I Heard You Say
Track: I Heard You Say
Artist: Vivian Girls
Album: Share The Joy

I, I heard you say

See the road, long and lonesome road
Dozens come from many miles away
See the lights, they go long for miles
But you will never see the light again in his smile
Now you are gone, are they moving on?
Don't listen girl, listen what they say
Got no soul, got no rock and roll
And you will never hold me in his arms again, I am so cold

And I, I heard you say, I, I heard you say
Almost took my breath away
No, he will never hold me in his arms again
You will never hold me in his arms again
No, he will never hold me in his arms again, I'm so cold

And I, I heard you say, I, I heard you say
Almost took my breath away
No, he will never hold me in his arms again
You will never hold me in his arms again
No, he will never hold me in his arms again, I'm so cold
I'm so cold, I'm so cold
No, he will never hold me in his arms again
You will never hold me in his arms again
No, he will never hold me in his arms again, I'm so cold
I'm so cold, I'm so cold 

I just found this candid shot from a show in Austin 2 years ago and it brought me right back to where I was mentally and emotionally at the time.  Sometimes an old photo just shoots you straight into your old head space and you can see the world again in the same way.  I can’t explain to you why this photo is so important to me, but I thought I would share it anyways.  Maybe you can feel the energy I’m describing.  Photo by Tim Griffin.

Fiona Campbell-Walter with sculpture wearing Balenciaga for Paris Vogue, 1952. Photograph by Frances McLaughlin-Gill.

Campbell-Walter is wearing Balenciaga’s bare-topped evening dress of pale pink satin veiled with Chantilly lace. From the moment Cristóbal Balenciaga opened his Paris house, his clothes struck a note of simplicity that at times had a regal presence, at others a graphic grace. He reshaped women’s silhouette in the 1950s, so that clothes we think of as typical of that decade are mostly dilutions of his work.