Since we broke up, I have been wondering about my own face. Now that I don't have consistency, I have realized that I really don't know what I look like. It's hard to have any perspective on my appearance, or even the appearance of people closest to me. Their essence becomes plastered all over their face, and it's impossible to separate the two things back out. It makes me think of this lovely quote from Doctor Who:
"Then there's other people, when you meet them you think, "Not bad. They're okay." And then you get to know them and... and their face just sort of becomes them. Like their personality's written all over it. And they just turn into something so beautiful."
I know that this time in my life is an opportunity to get to know myself. I'm starting with my face. For the first time, I'm marketing my products on myself, and you can actually see my face. I've been
surprised at the way they turned out.
I've been able to get a certain about of objectiveness out of them, since I've started to see the photos as products. Every time I see them, I try to think about what my face is saying. Weird how hard it is to interpret your own face. So, the many faces of me!
|Not sure why you're taking a picture,|
but here's a smile.
|I know something you don't know!|
|I am hiding behind my hair|
|You are being very silly, but I am|
going to choose to tolerate you
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