Still not OK
Wee, I made it, was an interesting thing, experimenting again with brushpen and flats and so.
[some hilarious wips] and [even more hilarious sketch] (ok, maybe the sketch isn’t that bad, since I took time to remake it nicely, right? And maybe if you’re interested, I have some [prints for grabs], this one included!
Of all the words of mice and men, the saddest are, “It might have been.”
Steve is half-serious when he tells Bruce that he’s sixty years behind on his reading, but it’s still a surprise when Bruce dumps half a dozen books on his lap two hours later. Steve holds one up, confused — they’re all by the same author. Bruce just smiles and says he thinks Steve’ll like them. They’re about the war. Sort of.
Later, he’ll think that’s a roundabout way to put it. Later, he’ll suspect that they weren’t chosen on their historical or literary merit; that Bruce knew he’d understand what they say about the human heart, and what it means to become unstuck in time.