@graysondolan ɢʀᴀʏsᴏɴ ᴅᴏʟᴀɴ

I live life with my twin bro and record some of it.. SNAPCHAT - GraysonDolan Twitter - GraysonDolan YouTube - Dolan Twins Founder of @wakeheart

@graysondolan photos and videos

3 days ago

Stretch it’s good for you

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2 weeks ago

Gray’s in a groutfit

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3 weeks ago

🏄🏻‍♂️🤙🏼😄

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3 weeks ago

My room is under construction and I don’t feel like sharing a bed with Ethan anymore so this is how I slept last night. E took this pic of me right as I woke up

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3 weeks ago

We’re twins again

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4 weeks ago

Welcome to my shed, I worked in it today

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4 weeks ago

Wednesday morning surf sesh keeps the good vibes in my pocket..

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4 weeks ago

“Time is a critical piece Taking my hand in his Mothers kiss at the door Thrilled to join the race Shoulders proud-head on straight A man I’ve become At 8:00” A poem written by my father ♥️

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4 weeks ago

Mental and physical progression have always gone hand in hand for me, but now I’ve truly recognized that. Since then I’ve been working out for me, which is why I believe I’ve been able to stay consistent with it. When setting fitness goals I made a promise with myself to not let a feeling get in the way of what I want to achieve - a better me.

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5 weeks ago

I’ve always known that I was a morning person, but when it came to waking up early I struggled with consistency and a schedule. Mostly because I couldn’t put my phone down at night. I’ve used these past few months to create better habits and make positive changes in areas that I’ve been neglecting. I’ve stuck to my goal of no longer snoozing my alarm in the morning while still getting the right amount of sleep. I’ve been able to use the morning to my advantage. I use this extra time at the beginning of the day to focus on myself, and be real with myself. Because of this I’ve been starting each day with a positive and refreshed mind. Shot by @jordenkeith

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last month

#blackouttuesday BLACK LIVES MATTER ♥️

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Only through empathy will we achieve true cultural change and reach a deeper understanding of the suffering, discrimination, and socioeconomic disadvantage the black community faces daily. #BlackLivesMatter

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The second best activity ever..... next to... cooking?

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Why was my hand in my pocket when I took this

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Ethan caught me zenning the fuck out

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May 2020

Different environment

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May 2020

Doesn’t get better than Jersey

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Apr 2020

Quarantined in NJ outfits >

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Apr 2020

But I had so much to build :/

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Mar 2020

Now what

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Feb 2020

One of the most proudest moments of our lives. We’re having a private premiere of the documentary we directed about our Dad and what it’s like to lose a best friend. Love you Dad, we live to make you proud. ♥️

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Feb 2020

Quick break from the busyness 🌲❄️

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Jan 2020

1-19-20. It’s been a full year living without my favorite person by my side. Physically by my side that is. I’ve been sitting here for a while trying to write something that I feel is good enough to share with you all and great enough to show my appreciation for my Dad. My mind isn’t able to put thoughts into words at the moment. I feel frustrated and broken. Thinking back I can’t really tell how I felt this year or if I really felt anything at all. Maybe that’s just how I’m feeling right now because it’s all too much for my brain to comprehend. I feel like sitting in bed, doing nothing and not talking to anyone, but I have a much stronger feeling of wanting to help. Help myself, help my family and help people in my situation. My situation is one that is rarely talked about, if ever. Death is something we all fear and can never imagine happening to someone we’re close to. I want to be as open as I possibly can in hopes that someone who is feeling as confused as me right now will be able to relate, and by that, feel a sense of comfort. So, Ethan and I are in the process of creating and directing a documentary for our Dad right now. We’re going to be open to show what this is really like. What it’s like to lose someone so close to you. It’s something that no one can prepare for. If I could help just ONE single person who is feeling the way I’m feeling right now, I’d feel fulfilled. This subject IS not talked about enough. There are NO wrong and right ways to grieve. Damn I just really don’t want anyone to feel alone. Dad you know how much I love you. Thank you for giving me the strength to do this. I believe it’s what the world needs, and I know it would make you proud ♥️

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