Also, I’ve built up the nerve of sending two rolls of film to be developed. I’m real excited for what I will or will not see..
You know how you always hear that “you never know when’s the last time you’ll see someone?” What if you knew it would be the last time? Would you even spend that time talking?
I made something with you in mind. I don’t know what I’m more afraid of, if you’ll ever see it or if you’ll never see it.
Im back in the US, and It’s my grandmas birthday this Saturday. I’m trying to do something nice and interesting for her. No worries, leave the nice part to me. But maybe some help for the interesting?
I’m thinking an art museum, or any type of exhibit? Or a show. Anything in the New Jersey/new york area. Any suggestions would be appreciated. I could search the internet, but suggestions usually end up dope. It could literally be anything. My grandma and I are pretty simple people. Thanks yo.
It’s a funny thing when the quiet keeps you up.
And through all the fog and blur these days have brought, a good friends words stick out. “We’re so young”