British Vogue better get Helena Bonham Carter on the cover again soon, and she better get to do an Inside The Wardrobe and In The Bag video for their YouTube channel I mean can yOU IMAGINE SEEING INSIDE THAT WOMAN’S WARDROBE
a rescuer, a crusader for a cause, the Hero is quick to fight for what he believes is right.
The Orphan sincere, empathic, down to earth, with solid virtues and a lack of pretense, who values the dignity of others.
The Innocent optimistic, good, faithful, pure and virtuous, who is driven by strong positive personal values that stem from love, hope, faith and loyalty.
The Explorer on a quest, in search of something, a way home, important knowledge, a key to happiness or a “better way.” doesn’t follow rules or conventions. acts intuitively, strikes boldly, self-sacrificial and lonely.
The Caregiver compassionate, generous and protective. looks after those who can’t protect themselves. takes in strays, lends a helping hand, and seeks out those in need.
The Outlaw outrageous and radical in their thinking and approaches to attacking and solving problems in life. holds counter-cultural ideas, and is all about creating a better world.
The Jester relies on his wits and is willing to cross boundaries, break taboos, insult anyone in his way to achieve success. their real goal is to ignore all the boring people in the world and to enjoy life to the fullest, to laugh about life, or at life.
The Lover aims at finding satisfaction, pleasure, bliss, or fulfillment through intimacy or passionate commitment. driven to bond with someone, a lover, friend, or with a group that holds a connection for them.
The Creator visionary, imaginative, skillful, and talented. is motivated to use their abilities to create art, music, poetry, literature. a non-conformist, leaving conventional social life behind to find themselves and their art.
The Leader strives to be in control, assumes responsibilities and shows leadership. their objective is to insure that order, harmony and control are imposed on the world. displays strong personal values, is systematic, organized, fair, yet powerful. leads his people to battle to protect them and risks the dangers of battle himself. is a peacemaker
The Sage the expert, knowledgeable and understanding, the source of wisdom or the guardian of truth. gathers wisdom from far away sources. wants to be sure their knowledge is based in clarity and truth.
The Magician supremely skilled at manipulating objects and forces of nature to create supernatural transformation. charismatic, visionary, who is well-educated and inspires others. aims to control and change circumstances for their own or someone else’s benefit.
Thanks to @gypsyscarfwoman for geeking out with me and helping me figure it all out.
J: I mean, like, are you ready? Because you weren’t when I was pregnant. M: Okay, come on. I - It was pretty shocking. We were engaged, it wasn’t mine. J: I know. M: But it’s not some theoretical baby any more. It’s Mateo. So yeah, I’m in. I’m in.
I promise I’ll do better with every heartbeat I have
I promise I’ll do better with every heartbeat I have
summary: Ava has a colorful vocabulary.
“Where is Phillip?” Jane heard her five year old’s voice from the doorway and looked up. She was swamped with work and had spent all morning in the home office she shared with Kurt, leaving her husband to watch over Ava.
“I’m sorry, what?” she looked up from her laptop and saw Ava standing in front of her, hands on her hips in nothing but her underwear.
She raised her eyebrow at this sudden lack of wardrobe. When she had last seen her, Jane was sure her daughter had clothes on. “Honey? Where are your clothes?” she asked. “I took them off. Where is Phillip? Daddy needs Phillip?” Ava said.
“Phillip who?” Jane asked, and then shook her head, focusing on what was more important at the moment, “Why’d you take off your clothes?”
“Because it’s fucking hot. Daddy took his shirt off too,” Ava explained simply, “the damn air crundisher broked. Daddy and I are fixing it, but he needs Phillip.”
A Phillips-Head, Jane understood, but her mind was focused on the five year old’s words choice. Jane got up and took her daughter’s hand, moving directly upstairs to where the damn broken air conditioner was. She found Kurt there, in pair of shorts and, very much like Ava had said, nothing else, working, surrounded by tools and the parts of the AC he had taken apart. “Kurt, honey, a word?” Jane said, causing him to turn swiftly at the rare use of the pet name. He got up and walked towards her. “Hi,” he said with a big smile. He moved in to kiss her but she planted a hand on his chest, pushing him back. “You’re sweaty,” she teased. “Yeah, the -“
“Yes, I know, the damn air conditioner is broken,” she said and he looked at her in confusion. “Baby, why don’t you go play in your room?” she said, sending their daughter away for a moment.
They watched her go and then turned back to each other. Jane crossed her arms over her chest and glared at him. “You know I love how much Ava takes after you and adores you,” she said and he nodded, “but I really don’t appreciate her walking around cursing like a sailor.”
“Oh shit,” Kurt said and then quickly shut his eyes tight and shook his head, “sorry, sorry.”
Jane laughed, moving towards the small closet in the corridor and grabbing the Phillips-Head, she handed it to him. “Now, why don’t you finish fixing the damn air conditioner. I’ll turn the sprinklers on in the back yard and play with potty-mouth for a while,” she said, and leaning in she said, “come join us later,” she added, kissing him quickly and walking away with a wicked smile on her lips.