Natasha: "Reginald, I love you for your killer sideburns and your fabulous purple, Prince-like jacket that would look fabulous on me."
Reginald: "Natasha, I love you for your Angelina Jolie-like jawline and for your purple eyeshadow which matches my purple, Prince-like jacket--complete with hanky. We're made for each other."
People have made relationships out of less... (-;
On another note, I just happened to catch Martin Scorsese's HBO documentary, "George Harrison: Living in the Material World" from 2011. It's the 3rd time I've seen it, but it captivates me as if it's completely brand new. Sometimes I sit and draw images/faces while I watch a movie. They are fast sketches and because the film's images are moving so quickly, often a sketch will contain several different shots of one person or different features of several people. In one of my drawings, I have a cap of Yoko Ono, a body and chair out of my imagination, and a pattern from the quick shot of a doorway.
The documentary, (both parts I and II), is so beautiful. The largest gift I get from it is George's search for getting something deeper than material things out of this journey on earth. His yearning to connect with a pathway that leads to enlightenment, whatever that may mean to each of us, and which for him was being a spiritual being. I find great comfort in his matter-of-fact stance that everything must change. "You have to change. That's what the physical world is about," he says.
So, when I'm sad as I watch things slip away, people move away, I'm going to try to remember his calm belief in the fact that "All Things Must Pass."