Never seen myself like this before. I love @wsjmag , it’s one of the few magazines i look forward to reading still. It’s always an interesting mix of things. This is for a piece about grace.
Last two years have been our most watched New Years Eve broadcasts ever.... this year it’s going to be even bigger and better. More stars. More rain. More shots! Join us! #CNN
I had a weird shaped head as a child. Actually, I still do. And yes, my brother is wearing a costume. No, it wasn’t halloween. We wore costumes every day. #veryrelatablechildhood
Been going through boxes at my mom’s house. Finding so many old photographs.
The day i got a pet snake. His name was Sam, but i couldn’t pronounce certain letters, so when i talked to him, i called him “Tham.” I was so excited when i got him, and my dad overheard me whispering to the snake, “Tham, is dis all a dweam?”
Not sure what Lily thinks about it all. #welshspringerspaniel
Wow... amazing new work by @asherald . I’m in love with these paintings! They are so beautifully human and intimate and yet monumental as well (I’m not smart enough to describe an artist’s work, and hesitate to even try, but these are great ). Can you imagine having this kind of talent? You have to go see them @hauserwirth in NYC. Thank you for sharing them with us @asherald !
Final post in the #BlitzerBeardChallenge . After ten days without shaving this is all managed to grow. Patchy and scraggly, I know, but i kind of like it.
May need to cut my writing time short and head back. Also slow progress on #TheBlitzerBeardChallenge . Maybe someday I will be an adult.
31 years ago today, my brother, Carter Cooper, died by suicide. It is still hard to imagine, hard to comprehend. Not a day goes by when i do not think of him and miss him terribly. Jan 27, 1965- July 22, 1988.
18th century Italian, marble, Memento Mori. "Respice post te. Hominem te memento.” @colnaghi1760
Wow, really fun and fascinating talking with @mrapinoe ! Really enjoyed it! Check out the full interview at cnn.com
In the end, after all else is stripped away, there is only love. My mom believed in love more than anyone. It was her guide, her solace, it’s what drove her, and in her final moments, it is what surrounded her. “i love you, you know that,” she would say to me, and i did, i knew it from the moment i was born, and i will know it till the moment i die. It was her greatest gift to me.
Thanks for all the kind birthday wishes! To make myself feel especially old, I dredged up some old photos. One is a photo booth picture that I used for my first press pass. Another is me videotaping at a wedding in Vietnam in 1991, when I was going to school there. The last photo is by #dianearbus , who stayed at our house taking pictures of me and my brother for a project she was working on (i know, i know, @bravoandy , very relatable. )