People at the office have good taste in music.
Home - Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes
Someone got me hooked to this song and the person.
I did a storyboard test for AT and got the go-ahead to post some art from it. it’s weird to say “I got the job” because it’s gonna be freelance storyboard revision that I’m not doing yet? but I got “”“the”“” “”“”“job”“”“”“”.
it was really fun and now all I want to do is storyboard stuff. really excited to do whatever revision work comes along!
We were never properly introduced and I think we only know each other by face; although, I do know your name. We have a lot of common friends but we never really had a chance to meet.
I always see you whenever I got out from school. You’re always hanging out outside that 24 hour convenience store across my school. Smoking a cigarette and having a laugh with your friends. I can still remember the first time I saw you. You were looking at me while I was waiting for my best friend. You were kept looking at me weirdly. Your friends are always at that store. Either inside or outside the store, you guys always occupy the whole space. I really didn’t appreciate the way you looked at me for the first time but I always see you either during lunch break or dismissal time. You looked so boastful and I hate it. Every day I always see your face. Every morning, during lunch breaks and before I go home. As much as I want to hate it, I eventually developed a likeness for you. I would always want to see your face during my lunch break or before I go home. My day wouldn’t be complete without seeing you. I felt like you’re a nice person and an easy person to hang out with. I felt like you have interesting stories to tell. I felt like you have good taste of music and movies. I felt like you’re always game for an adventure. I felt we had a connection. There’s a feeling of happiness whenever I see you.
As days and months pass by, I learned that you were about to graduate. I felt sad because I won’t be able to see you anymore after school.
I still see you but not like before; it would only be once a day, once a week or once a month. Slowly, the connection I felt for you died down. I never saw your face again.
I never knew what happened to you. Are you working already? Are you about to get married? Are you married already? Do you have kids?
I eventually forgot you.
Now I learned you’ve gone to a peaceful place.
All my memories of seeing you outside my school came rushing back. You, standing outside the store, smiling and smoking cigarettes with your friends or sharing jokes with your friends.
Now I wish I had a chance to meet you, to know you. To find out if we really had a connection and to tell you that I liked you.
I hope you’re happy out there. Hopefully, there’s beer and cigarettes wherever you are. Keep smiling there.
We’ll see each other someday.
I’ve got a job already.
Amazing. Legendary. David Bowie.
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