Saturday, September 20, 2008

black eyes (088/365)

"She had become my biggest fear, but deep down I knew that girl was still there. I could see it in her superstition, in her hatred of anything that resembled her past. I could see her in the sorrow dripping from her black eyes. Breakin' mirrors wont hide the resemblance sweetheart."

One of the last for my series "Betrayal: The Creature"

i had no time today for anything! i dont know why. had a diff idea for this. but this will do. gotta get up at 6am tomorrow for my first job! eeeeeep. =X

todays 365 is a special number. sending some love to my favorite nascar driver of the number 88 car, JUNEBUG! (you did read that right....nascar. i love it)

ps. how can you be mean to this face? =p

she fell & hardened (087/365)

"It was a painstakingly brutal initiation, but once she fell & hardened, she began thriving on the acts. Longing only to suck from the infected udder. Sharing in the temptation with whoever willing. Anything causing me to cringe in pain. Her nature had become Bitterness, Envy, Revenge & Betrayal."

Continuing series for "Betrayal: The Creature" written by Jeremy Pritchard

I had a disturbing biology test this morning. I'm not sure how well I did. I'm so glad I switched my major two years ago from biology to photography. what a difference! I have terrible comprehension...sooo theres no hope for me. I hope I did ok =\ Start my new photo job on friday! :D

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

her wounds scarred. (086/365)

"But then, her wounds scarred. The blisters became calloused & hardened. And I was no longer the one committing sins with this Monster."

Continuing series of my story "Betrayal: The Creature" written by Jeremy Pritchard

Monday, September 15, 2008

I was the one who pluched the petals from her. (085/365)

"Well sometimes having nothing but a woman, no matter how wonderful, doesn't exactly fill the belly. So I began in a line of work, that...well it embodied me, to the furthest aspect of my life. Including that beautiful, bright-eyed girl I loved so dearly.

Slowly, I coerced her, I assured her, I was the one who plucked the petals from her. I beat her down, tossed her to & fro like a rag doll."

Continuing story of my series "Betrayal:The Creature" written by Jeremy Pritchard.

Let today be done. I am over it.

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Her eyes used to sparkle just for me (084/365)

"Long ago, prior to & through my early days of....well, workin' in the company of some rather twisted individuals... I knew a wonderful girl named Gideon. Gideon was mine, and I was hers. Her eyes used to sparkle just for me. Oh the way she lit up when she looked at me. I had nothing to my name...not one thing, except for Gideon. She was everything to me....and respectively, I to her."

Continuing story of my series "Betrayal:The Creature" written by Jeremy Pritchard.

So much studying, shooting, and sewing going on in the last 36 hours! I'm takin' a break right now. This sorta creepy.

what's done is done (083/365)

Closing my eyes, not daring to turn around, I replied...
"Why come for me now? I've left you well enough alone."
"The winds are turning Nathaniel, surely you didn't think I would seek no revenge. I taught you of the former & in return you showed me the latter."
"We agreed to let each other be," I pleaded.
Then with a light brush of her finger, across the back of my neck, she told me...
"What's done is done love, there's no turning back."
And as unexpectedly as she came, also she vanished into the darkness."

Continuing story for my series "Betrayal: The Creature"

based off of my amazing bf's writings.

A little late today! Opps! Went to see The Rocket Summer in concert! always so good. so much energy. really makes me love life and come out of it feeling good about all His doings. Hope you are alllllll well! :D

This is seriously my best "attempt" at being some-what seductive. haha!

anticipation (082/365)

"It was my ears who became distracted first. They began focusing in on the cracking of twigs & shuffling of loose leaves on the forest floor. Next my all too familiar & intimate stench began to fill my nostrils. One I had hoped I would never smell again. Lastly & most hauntingly, my nerves. Anticipating that terrible sound, my body cringed as she let out..."

written by: Jeremy Pirtchard

Third of my series "Betrayal: The Creature"

Studying my behind off, three tests next week! Yikes. Some good things coming up in the next week. Photoshoots, new equipment, and some time to relax with friends! :D
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