I’m going to miss that window
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In a little over a month, I’ll be moving back to Brooklyn.
My 2 years in London are coming to an end. Life is changing fast these days; it’s good and yet very difficult and I have a lot I could say about this but I don’t know where to start.
So I’ll keep it very simple: I can’t wait to get back home soon. The thought of randomly calling one of my friends on my cell phone as I walk down the street (and not having to schedule a call in advance, taking into account the 5 or 8 hour time difference, making sure that I’ll be at home so that I can Skype) … well, it’s too much excitement for me to bear. At the same time, I’m prone to unbelievable bouts of nostalgia so of course I’ll miss London.
But before I go, there’s a lot to look forward to over the coming weeks. A couple of new photography projects and the release of Quality of Life, good times with friends, a bit of travel, one last visit to my favorite haunts.