I hate dragging up the past. But somethings are important to remember. This is me and my bro many moons ago (check out my rad 90s jacket) he was a bit awesome and losing him changed my life forever, the way I think and feel about the world and this is probably my favourite photo of me and him, arms around me, he always made me feel safe and still does to this day. Gives me a bit of my bravery at times when I get scared. It was 14 years ago today since I last saw him before he fell asleep forever and I can still hear his laugh. Not sad just happy he was my big brave brother. Loves ya Lee :) xx #throwbackthursdays
Lost your Precious? I know that feel, bro.
I might be a little bit weird.
I’m so tired and sad of being alone. I miss being in love.
Little ozzy has had a rough week and been very poorly, glad to see he is still on top form weirdness though by sleeping a bit like a dog #bemoredog
Sophia Loren, 1950s
Often a fixture at fairs, parties and carnivals, people sat in the crescent of a smiling “paper moon,” as if lifted to the stars. A photographic phenomena primarily of the early half of the 20th century, it captivated the imagination of a world pre-Photoshop and gave many a memorable image of great times.