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z-is-the-best-letter replied to your post:-

Post pics; I’m sure it’s not that bad.

no its uh

its pretty bad man. it isnt even close to what i was plannin, she cut it too short in all the wrong places n left it long n all the wrong places. and thats just one side of the haircut

im honestly rlly tempted to order a wig n just wear a wig until this grows in

My darling,

One day we will walk together and it will start to downpour.

But we will not run for cover. We’ll stick our tongues out to catch the heavy raindrops.

Together we will be brave and face the storm, no matter how piercing the sheets of rain or how deafening the thunder.

Together we’ll survive the darkness, squeezing each other’s hands as tight as we must to make it through this raging, screaming world.

—  Z.M., Letter #19 to you, wherever you are.
not catching enough of these...

Wow, it’s been quite a ride! Twenty-six days of letters of the alphabet. Thanks to those of you who faithfully checked in every day to see my updates. Thanks to those of you who have suggested that these belong in a book. Your vote of confidence means a lot to me.

I have loved the conversations that these photographs have sparked, whether you told me that you loved the composition or subject of a photograph to whether you told me that you would never have seen the letter that I did. I’m sure I was looking a lot harder than you!

This project has taught me something new about the power of an idea and the determination it takes to see that idea through. It has taught me about the need for, and value of, sharing, especially when it concerns our own personal view of the world. No two people open their eyes and see the same sights; why is it that we do not talk about this more often?

Stay tuned for another project I recently completed with a focus on bicycles. I’m working on getting those photographs web-ready and in some sort of presentation format.

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Ninth Installment: A to Z Wednesdays

Each Wednesday we feature gems from our collections in alphabetical order.

Today is brought to you by the letter I: Illustrated Letter.

This week we highlight an illustrated letter from Joseph Frueh to Giuliette Fanciulli from January 10, 1913. The letter opens up into a little gallery of pictures, and was meant to educate Ms. Fanciulli before visiting a gallery.

Alfred Joseph Frueh to Giuliette Fanciulli,  January 10, 1913. Alfred J. Frueh papers, 1904-1993. Archives of American Art.

Daily Quotes #1185

“You don’t see anything. You don’t see Angelo for what he is.”
“And what is he?” I asked, trying to not be offended.
“Sex, Matt,” he said in obvious exasperation. “Everything about him just screams to be fucked. Look at him,” he said, gesturing toward the dance floor angrily. “He looks like sex. He smells like sex. He even walks like sex.”
“How does sex walk?” I asked with a smile.

- Jared & Matt

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The Letter Z by Marie Sexton

Coda Books #3

forgot to bring my camera out today so there is no proof that i did my typewriter thing. but! i did get a couple color prints made of some photos. next step is to show them to some local coffee shop folks to see if they’re down to post on their walls! been meaning to do this for a while.

Daily Quotes #1184

I thought at first that Angelo was joking when he said he wanted to dance. It just wasn’t something I ever would have expected. Angelo was tough and eccentric and smart and sometimes wickedly funny. And although he had told me a little bit about his past, I had never really pictured him doing the club scene. But it immediately became apparent that not only could he do the club scene, he was good at it. I realized then what Jared had been worried about.

He was like a magnet. Or a flame, and the rest of them were moths. They zoned in on him like a pack of wolves stalking their prey.

Except this prey would eat them alive.

- Matt about Angelo

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The Letter Z by Marie Sexton

Coda Books #3

Eighth Installment: A to Z Wednesdays

Each Wednesday we feature gems from our collections in alphabetical order.

Today is brought to you by the letter H: Handwriting.

This week we highlight a Howard Finster letter to Barbara Shissler Nosanow concerning his upcoming visit to the National Museum of American Art (now the Smithsonian American Art Museum) in Washington, DC, 1981.

Barbara Shissler Nosanow materials relating to Howard Finster, [ca. 1981]. Archives of American Art. 

To My Future Love #20

My love,

I long for my firsts with you.

I long for the moment I nervously ask to kiss you, unable to stop the words from tumbling out of my mouth.

I long for your hand to find mine for the first time, squeezing it gently as we walk together in the city park.

I long for the moment my heart dances and my breath catches in my throat at the very sight of you.

I long for my eyes to find yours and to instantly know it’s time I made plans to make your ring finger shinier.

I long for all of these firsts with you darling…

But most of all, I long for the moment I realize I don’t ever want to have firsts with anyone else again.

- Z.M. (Letter #20 to you, wherever you are.)

guys I’m going to be taking on a project soon where I draw the Sherlock alphabet. (ex: c is for cluedo, p is for pink, etc.) and I need something for the letters X and Z still.

you guys are smart. Any ideas? Preferably with the aforementioned letters as the first letters of the word! x

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Hello all…this is my first cc for sims 4. Im new at this whole creating thing and Im still learning. I would like to thank BakieGaming for his tutorials for sims 4 and sims 4 studio. Here are 26 english alphabet letters from  A-Z. Hope you all enjoy!  

DOWNLOAD: simfileshare

IMPORTANT: Please DO NOT claim as your own. If you use any of my creations please Tag DreamWeaver Sims. Thank You!

To My Future Love #19

My darling,

One day we will walk together and it will start to downpour.

But we will not run for cover. We’ll stick our tongues out to catch the heavy raindrops.

Together we will be brave and face the storm, no matter how piercing the sheets of rain or how deafening the thunder.

Together we’ll survive the darkness, squeezing each other’s hands as tight as we must to make it through this raging, screaming world.

- Z.M. (Letter #19 to you, wherever you are.)