looking to speed time up

All I wanted in the weeks leading up to departure for my current trip was for time to slow down. Plans and events kept popping up by day’s end and I was quickly running out of days. The entire month of May feels like a distant blur for me right now. When I try to remember every thing I fit into my last few weeks in New York City, what I can recall feels to me like someone yelling to me from a high-speed passing train. I’m only able to catch a glimpse of who they are and what they said as it slips right out of my mind. No real clear picture; the whole month of May fits together more like a collage.

And now that I’ve been away for four weeks, time feels like it’s been going so slowly. For S and I both. We were hoping that between the both of us being busy (me in a new environment rigorously keeping up with this internship; him finishing up the last month of his degree while trying to balance a new job) that the time would seem to fly. Unfortunately, it hasn’t at all and it’s made the separation a bit of a pain. Thank goodness for the age of technology!

{ camera: polaroid colorpack 2 ; film: fuji fp-100c }

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