I don’t love realizing that someone I thought was perfect isn’t
I hate that I loved you so shamelessly and I hate that you’re not the person I loved
If I was a bird,
what bird would you be?
If I was a song
would you ever sing me?
If we were both stars would we share a constellation?
If I was the sun, would you watch me rise?
If I was the moon, would you moon-gaze sometime?
If we were both clouds, what would day dreamers see?
"I breathe in your laugh and your smile while you’re just breathin’ air."-Michal Clark
All the things you go for are the things I go for
Shirley Temple, Baby Take a Bow
I woke up this morning with pain in my chest. Now there’s a hole in my heart where you left. -MC
I’m afraid of getting to far away from you.
via Architecture Bucket List:
St. Joseph’s Hospital Tacoma, WA Bertrand Goldberg
"This was the first of Goldberg’s hospital designs to employ the advantages of a "shell" wall construction. Built above the two-story support building, each floor of the nine-story bed tower was divided into four quadrants for patients. The 260-bed facility was the first hospital where BGA implemented their growing understanding of the needs and workings of the medical community. Within each quadrant were patient "villages" of ten beds each, clustered around a nursing station. The village system ensured that no nurse would be out of a five-foot reach of any patient. There were four villages on each floor.
Made of reinforced concrete, the earthquake resistant structure was supported by flared concrete columns, which served as a “soft zone” to absorb seismic shock. The shell walls of concrete took the vertical load from the upper reinforced concrete floor slabs and there were no interior columns. The concrete was finished with a white colored fiberglass giving the building a highly finished and glossy look.”