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We are all a little weird and life's a little weird, and when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall in mutual weirdness and call it love.
Art via the talented @murrzstudio ♥️
How many times a week do you catch yourself looking at your kid(s) and seeing so much of yourself in them?
I do it all the time. I see my smile, my eyes... I see a lot of Bartek in her too, especially her facial expressions! Those two are like twins in that sense! If I ever manage to snap a photo of it, I promise you'll agree! Haha
If you dont see yourself in your kids... who do you see? Is it there features, a smile? Maybe the way they walk or hold a book? ...
☞ "he suspected that it was not he who followed the scent, but the scent that had captured him and was drawing him irresistibly to it" - Perfume, Patrick Süskind ☕
Q: let's talk about the nature of scents, odours and aromas. what is your favourite smell? are you drawn to any scents that may be a bit obscure and strange? let me know down below. • after reading "Perfume, a story of a murderer" my view on the language of scents and the world of fragrance, so to speak, changed a lot. to answer my own question, I always felt stangely drawn to the smell of dark and cold cellars. some of my other favourites are: the smell after rain, fresh laundry, old book pages, indian ink, the endless smell of the sea, my favourite rose called rose de mai and surely many more. // this crystal perfume bottle from 30s still holds its scent. found in antique shop.