– Karen Marie Moning (via arpeggia)
“Basically Triumph of the Will but for girls”
You had me at Triumph of the Will.
T.S Eliot, Virginia Woolf, and his wife Vivienne. (1932)
The second picture is a bit awkward, although it might be an appropriate illustration of their relationship.
Here’s what Woolf had to say about Vivienne:
Oh—Vivienne! Was there ever such a torture since life began!—to bear her on one’s shoulders, biting, wriggling, raving, scratching, unwholesome, powdered, insane, yet sane to the point of insanity, reading his letters, thrusting herself on us, coming in wavering trembling … This bag of ferrets is what Tom [Eliot] wears round his neck. (Diary, 1930)
“They slipped briskly into an intimacy from which they never recovered.”
- F. Scott Fitzgerald, This Side of Paradise
Today marks the debut of a live video we’ve been waiting to show you for some time - Ms. Rosi Golan sings “Say It Anyway” from her album Lead Balloon, with background vocals by Family Records’ resident heartbreaker Mr. Casey Shea.