I know we all appreciate when Jack gushes over games, but honestly there’s something so special and so pure about watching a musician in his element. Music is such a personal thing for a person, and how it affects us all is different. From someone who relies heavily on music and who has dabbled with instruments and knows that personal energy and freedom when you get a song down, thank you for sharing this video with us. It’s amazing to see him so happy and at ease in his own element – I can’t wait for more.
While rummaging through a box he found in the attic, England uncovers some old photos, along with old memories.
(These took so long to make, I hope you guys like them! I was trying to put subtle stuff in the photos to try and tell a story, I’ve never done it before so it was good practice! I might end up writing something for this if I decide to stop being lazy.)
“Hi, I’m new here, can you show me around?” “Uh.. I think I’m lost.” “Wow, those are some awesome threads!” “Don’t mind me, I just like making new friends!” “Oh dear, do you need help?” “You look like you could use a hand.” “You look a little lost, can I be of assistance?”
“Watch where you’re going.” “Oops, did I do that?.. Oh well.” “Take a picture, it’ll last longer.” “Get lost, would ya?” “I don’t have time to play tour guide.” “Thankfully, it’s not my job to help you.”
“Wait! Stop!” “Don’t let them find us.” “I don’t wanna be left alone.” “Get out of the way!” “Are you dead?” “Hurry! Run!”
“Can I skip dinner and go right for dessert?” “I think I just found the most beautiful girl in Japan.” “Hey there, Foxy Mama.” “Huh? Oh yeah, this view is nice.” “How about we go back to my place? I’ve got board games.” “All you have to do is say, "yes”.
“Wow, your eyes are the most beautiful, that I’ve ever seen.” “I’ve been enchanted by your amazing voice.” “Ah, I’m sorry, I could have sworn you were an angel.” “Am I dreaming, or do you really exist?” “I wasn’t aware that Goddesses/Gods existed.” “No flower or scenery can compare to your beauty.”
“At long last! I’ve finally found you! Now I can kill you!” “What an ugly mug, it’s a good thing I won’t have to see you for long.” “How would you like to be full of holes?” “You know, I think your head looks better detached from your body. ” “I will make you experience unimaginable pain.” “Beg all you want, but your fate is going to end the same way.”
“Love is illogical, it means nothing to me.” “The more you cry, the more reasons I find to leave your pathetic being.” “Do not touch me, I don’t require affection from anyone.” “Why are you hugging me?” “He’s dead, let’s move on.” “Why is family so important to you?”.
Trindel and Chardelia would probably be in their 70s now
and I wonder how they’re doing.
I wonder if Jason calls home often and if Trina brags about him on the Facebook account he helped her set up and if Mendel can still do a cartwheel.
I wonder how Charlotte and Cordelia spend their days now that they’ve both retired. I wonder if they finally got married.
Did Charlotte try to talk Cordelia out of catering their own wedding–did Cordelia insist?
Did they make Trina and Mendel their Maid of Honor and their Best Man? Did Mendel stand up there, leaning on his cane, talking on and on about how his granddaughter wants to be a doctor just like Charlotte, how Cordelia has laughed at his jokes for for forty years? Did he talk so long that Trina had to gently remind him to wrap it up?
Did Jason fly in for the ceremony with his children? Did he fight with their mother and insist they miss school to come see this, and was he strangely quiet the whole ride back to his parents’ house, and did he hold his youngest extra tight as he tucked her into bed that night, telling her that someday, he’d explain to her why what she saw that day was so important?
Did she ever ask why there were two empty chairs in the front row?