Lost in a Paradise: {WWII Memories} Vintage Vernacular from Another Earth

This is a short clip from Terrence Malick's "The Thin Red Line" which never ceases to inspire and engage the mind and soul with its thoughtful narration and invigorating visuals that take the viewer through the complex voyage of a soldier to war hidden by the beauty of "paradise". . . It really must have…Read more Lost in a Paradise: {WWII Memories} Vintage Vernacular from Another Earth

Dude, I Like Your Vintage Sweater . . . It Would Look Better on Me! {VINTAGE GRAPHIC SWEATER INSPIRED}

"Dude, I like your vintage sweater, but let's admit it - it would look better on me." No need for friendships to get torn over the matter! You can get your own one-of-a-kind outstanding graphic vintage sweater at The Eye of Faith {SHOP}. Tons more stuff on its way, so make sure you follow us…Read more Dude, I Like Your Vintage Sweater . . . It Would Look Better on Me! {VINTAGE GRAPHIC SWEATER INSPIRED}

Undeniable. Always beautiful, Lanier Smith always conjures memories as if they were happening before your eyes….this anecdote of Marilyn Monroe, the spell of Hollywood, and the death of our idols simply caught {theEye}.

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SCENTS MEMORY

When Clark Gable, my mothers childhood idol died in 1961 I saw my mother cry for the first time…and I didn’t understand why. A year later I understood.

(little me)

Early on the Sunday Morning of August 5 1962 I was sitting at the breakfast table eating a bowl of Trix.  With Motion Picture magazine open before me, I was reading all about the adventures of Liz and Dick in Rome. That summer I was so engrossed in the incredible drama and getting a real education at twelve all about morals and Hollywood, and how mean the ladies on my block could be about a divorcee. Liz and my Mother were the most famous divorced women that anyone on my block knew of. Between them they kept the hens of Orchid Street clucking and pecking for hours.  Suddenly in a crackly transistor radio second  Shelly Fabares’ Johnny Angel was cut off by the announcer. “Actress Marilyn Monroe was…

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E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {September 21, 2012}

+ {Babe Ruth and Al DeVormer sport real athletic American style.} [circa 1921] + Just another memory.... Sincerely, {theEye} + Similar Stories: