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[aired] A Week In Outfits Under Elena’s Stars

via Harriet Pattison youtube:

Published on Oct 23, 2016
A little style diary for this week! It’s certainly been an autumnal one so it’s a mix of knit jumpers, blanket scarfs and ankle boots!

Which is your favourite look?

Item Links:

Outfit #2
Leopard Print Shoes: http://bit.ly/2dAwm2S

Outfit #3
Adidas Jumper: http://bit.ly/2eF5xYI
Leather Jacket (similar): http://bit.ly/2dTGHHs

Outfit #4
Jeans: http://bit.ly/2e0jelE

Outfit #5
Pink Jumper: http://bit.ly/2dYZkHa
Jeans: http://bit.ly/2e0jelE

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Music: Westy Reflector – Elena’s Stars

Lots of love, Harriet xx


Almost X

Ten more dice rolls. Records don’t so much freeze as liquify time. I’ve lost years to music. Time is the price you pay, however, to alleviate dreams.

Almost X where X = whom, where, what or even why you want to be. Let’s fly this town, through the looking glass, riding our 99th dream into the stars, towards X.

“Nothing means anything.” – Kurt Vonnegut

:^D

released January 15, 2016

Written, performed and produced by Westy Reflector

Cover photo: “Drew’s Spare”
Dave Westreich, 17 July 2010, 04:02

Lead guitar on That Old Guitar:
Jason Perkel | switchfactory.com

Samples on Sedimentronic Figures
courtesy of:
Rupert Lally | rupertlally.bandcamp.com
and
Ahornberg | ahornberg.bandcamp.com


[track] Elena’s Stars

Dusted off some twang for a story of beauty in sadness. Some days, whiskey over absinthe…

Elena lived on Avenue X,
next to a trestle
all her life.

She dreamed of distant places
and of jumping random trains
a thousand times.

She craved a sky that let her know she was home.
An endless sky that left the stars alone
to shine.
Beyond her life,
that sky showed her some way home.

Counting the trains
to and from Coney Island
every night,

searching in vain
for salvation, in a city
full of lies.

[ch.]

I’m still here, amidst the fallout of our life.
I’m still here, living with her dreams.

She found a sky that let her know she was home.
An endless sky that left the stars alone
to shine.
Beyond her life,
that sky showed her some way home.