Simon: Elias became my brother when he was five and I was eight. We shared a bedroom all the while growing up, basically until I left for college. We have those glow in the dark stick-on stars that parents buy and put on the ceiling in their kids’ bedroom. Instead of going to sleep, Elias and I would lay awake and make up spaceship stories. The stars on the ceiling were our own personal galaxy. We made up so many stories and fought each other in huge space battles. Once we were in high school and sleep was more important, we stopped doing it anymore, but the stars are still on the ceiling of our room.