Transcript: Imagery of Portugal architecture fills both pages. On the first page, an oyster is the centerpiece, a torn piece of paper in the corner of the page. The paper reads, “I don’t need the world to see that I’ve been the best I can be.” A lipstick kiss decorates the paper above the writing. On the second page, a bleeding heart is the centerpiece atop more images of Portugal. At the very bottom of the page, two ghostly hands reach up, just out of reach of the heart.
“I don’t need the world to see I’ve been the best I can be.”