Happy New Moon in Leo Y'all 🔥🙏🏼😎💋!!!
My heart has cracked wide open tonight.
First of all, I'm not sure I know how to express how thankful I am for the truly amazing, purpose filled people in my life. You know who you are: you see me at my "worse." (Which really just translates to 'vulnerable as hell.') I feel beyond lucky to have such high love and support in a lot of different forms and fashions in this lifetime. It's beyond words.
It's Leo season y'all—
It's time to be courageous!!
The rules of life are officially undergoing a major creative change - can you feel this magical shake of a shift towards New Earth?
Personally, I've had one hell of a cleansing 12 months.
And I'm back on grounds now.
TRUTH: I've been so stressed these last few days though and my face is currently way more broken out than this pic... trying to push through fearful walls thicker than ever before. But I'm alive.
Im on edge of new horizons and my emotions are firey as fuck.
Despite the recent stress, I can still feel the summer smile underneath the layers of madness.
Bring it to me, you Pranic energy - I can taste the center of the heat of your soul.
THIS WEEK IS GONNA BE LIT. 💙🔥🤘🏼🦁🌒
Photography Credit: @rossoscarknight
Good-natured but a bit of a smart-ass because he’s Harvard bound, Jerome is Hodges’ neighbor; he mows Hodges’ lawn and also helps Hodges with all things computer-related, which ultimately sucks him into the dark vortex that is the Mercedes killer.
A Bronx native, actor Jharrel Jerome made his feature film debut in Barry Jenkins' Academy Award® winning film Moonlight, for which he and his cast mates have earned countless accolades including the Independent Spirit Robert Altman Award and a SAG Awards nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Film. Jharrel also recently wrapped production on Anthony Mandler’s film Monster, based on Walter Dean Myers’ Michael L. Printz Award Winning novel of the same name, opposite Jennifer Hudson, Jeffrey Wright, Tim Blake Nelson, and Nas; and played a leading role in Olivia Newman’s directorial debut First Match, starring opposite Colman Domingo and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II.