Cape Cod, MA.
Medium format film.
A good friend of mine, Sergio, arrived in New York City yesterday. He's got three months of university and three more months of work ahead of him, and will spend part of the summer in the States, too.
When I first wrote about my plans for this year, I wasn't sure whether he'd stay long enough for us to go on a trip together or not (my semester ends in mid-July). However, we've spent an hour talking on the phone the night before Serge left and discussed some plans and possibilities.
So I've made a decision - I'm going to visit Israel after I've graduated from university, which will allow me to stay for more than just a few weeks. Instead, I'll spend the summer with the people who matter the most to me, doing the things that I love the most.
As soon as he's settled in, we'll find time to do some research, after which we'll talk about which places we'd like to see and how many days we're gonna rent a car for.
Now the hardness of this world
slowly grinds your dreams away
Makin' a fool's joke
out of the promises we made
And what once seemed black and white
turns to so many shades of gray
We lose ourselves
in work to do and bills to pay
I'll keep movin' through the dark
With you in my heart
My blood brother
The title of this blog post has been taken from the song by The Gaslight Anthem.
Have a nice weekend.