Here’s a couple more pictures of Beau, myself and our level 1 human we’re building (photos by Jess Baumung, killer photographer and friend http://jessbaumung.com).
To quickly answer a few questions, we’re currently six months along, we won’t find out if it’s a girl or boy until D-day, and neither of us plan on stopping our journeys in music any time soon (in fact, I’ve already got album 3 in the works—two babies next year?).
One thing is for sure though, this baby will be born with a badass combover. Hopefully have super powers as well.
Much love from Beau and Lights (and player 3).
My progress from the first half of the year. I know I can push myself even harder over the next 6 months and have an excellent one-year transformation. Here we go.
Nothing haunts us like the things we don’t say.
IT SHAKES WHEN YOU DO ALT+CLICK TO REBLOG NOW.
LIKE A VOLCANO READY TO ERUPT.
LIKE PIKACHU PREPARING TO ATTACK.
LIKE A SMALL CHILD GETTING A SHIVER IN THE DEAD OF NIGHT.
IT JUMPS OUT OF MY SCREEN WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT
Effects Of Thinking White People Are “All Like That”:
- Literally nothing other than white people having their feelings hurt on the internet
- I’m not joking there is no real world consequence of this
Effects Of Thinking People of Color Are “All Like…
After changing to fit into society, you are eventually going to want your old self back sooner or later
This. This is powerful.
Don’t feel stupid if you don’t like what everyone else pretends to love