hickoryhypothesis:

"About 7:15 pm is a good time to call on Daddy. Nearly everybody’s gone home, and you can wear your own bathrobe. He reads a lot of papers, but doesn’t mind if you play quietly under the desk. I call that place "my house," even though my sister Caroline found the secret door first. During the day, I’m pretty busy myself. My nurse Miss Shaw and I go on special trips to the zoo. I love the snakes."  
-LOOK Magazine, ”The President and his Son,”
December 1963

hickoryhypothesis:

"About 7:15 pm is a good time to call on Daddy. Nearly everybody’s gone home, and you can wear your own bathrobe. He reads a lot of papers, but doesn’t mind if you play quietly under the desk. I call that place "my house," even though my sister Caroline found the secret door first. During the day, I’m pretty busy myself. My nurse Miss Shaw and I go on special trips to the zoo. I love the snakes."  

-LOOK Magazine, ”The President and his Son,”

December 1963

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"Maybe we all just exist, all versions of us exist at times, and we have to figure out a way to get to each of them, to find each one and tell that version that it’s okay, that it’s all just the way it works, a concept too powerful to ignore but too complicated to explain."
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"Stop expecting loyalty from people who don’t give you honesty, time from people who don’t give you effort, love from people who don’t give you affection, and the future with people who don’t give you the present."
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