sundays at the new place look a lot like this.
"Lions aren’t shy and wolves don’t play by rules. Because they are in tune with their greatness and their power. They survive on their strengths, not their insecurities and fears"
"For about 28 years, I thought I was 45. And now I’ve started to go backwards. For the first time I’m aware that I’m actually quite young, but it’s almost too late as I’m not even that young anymore. So I feel a bit stressed out that I kind of missed my youth. Now I just want to do everything – I want to live life and make art and make love"
It doesn’t matter if a lover leaves you on good, bad or ugly terms — there’s an inevitable and universal feeling of longing when a relationship ends. We quietly medicate this longing by clinging to the leftovers: photos, the scent on a pillow and clothes that never quite made it back to an ex’s home. This post-breakup feeling has been beautifully captured in a new photo and written-word series.
Photographer Carla Richmond Coffing and writer Hanne Steen created “Lovers Shirts” to explore the tendency to wear exes’ t-shirts even after they’ve left us. “There is something about [ex-lovers’ shirts] -– even old and torn, they feel special, different than any other piece of clothing,” Steen told HuffPost. (via huffington post)