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"What’s it like working with all those hunky guys? Yum!"
Shay: I wouldn’t know   (laughs)
Sasha: The funny thing is, is when you’re around them all the time, they get less yummy..

normanbuckley:

A dear friend sent me this picture on twitter this morning, and said, “this is what love looks like.”
And I smiled and thought, yes, for me it is. It is excruciatingly hard for me right now, but when a friend called to ask me how I am, I said, “I am enduring.”
And strangely, I feel my Davyd with me. I sat at his desk this morning for the first time and picked up one of his private journals, and turned to the last entry of 2013. He wrote, “Although I love my studio time, I love our home life so much more because it balances out the end of the day. We both work very long, hard days. Norman films many 10-12 hour days and I paint 8-9 hours at my studio. However, at the end of the day, we both sacrifice for our relationship, for us to have nice romantic getaways, like going over to Tinto Tapas Restaurant, and sitting, holding hands in the evening and listening to Spanish guitar music, in candlelight and eating a wonderful meal together…sometimes with our friends and sometimes to talk about our friends — but always to say how much we love and appreciate each other and how we love our life.”

All things eventually pass, but we did have that experience together. And as we had it, I took it in, every moment. And I often photographed it. And I thank God for that.

normanbuckley:

A dear friend sent me this picture on twitter this morning, and said, “this is what love looks like.”

And I smiled and thought, yes, for me it is. It is excruciatingly hard for me right now, but when a friend called to ask me how I am, I said, “I am enduring.”

And strangely, I feel my Davyd with me. I sat at his desk this morning for the first time and picked up one of his private journals, and turned to the last entry of 2013. He wrote, “Although I love my studio time, I love our home life so much more because it balances out the end of the day. We both work very long, hard days. Norman films many 10-12 hour days and I paint 8-9 hours at my studio. However, at the end of the day, we both sacrifice for our relationship, for us to have nice romantic getaways, like going over to Tinto Tapas Restaurant, and sitting, holding hands in the evening and listening to Spanish guitar music, in candlelight and eating a wonderful meal together…sometimes with our friends and sometimes to talk about our friends — but always to say how much we love and appreciate each other and how we love our life.”

All things eventually pass, but we did have that experience together. And as we had it, I took it in, every moment. And I often photographed it. And I thank God for that.