will you have a job or will you be at your parents?
and that is where the panic kicks in.
or like this.
regardless of the weather, it doesn’t stop you from going outside.
who, by the way, have now become your friends as well.
here it’s a two month year old faucon crécerelle (common kestrel) who fell and now is trying to climb the castle walls to rejoin his siblings.
unfortunately, nobody is so sure he made it up… but such is nature, such is life, right?
as 22h00 nears, you marvel at the sky colors… what beautiful colors the sun brings at dusk, even if it’s raining…! only to realize that in fact, no, these are in fact are city lights. the forest is right next to paris, and you realize, what a pity for the animals since they’ll never know true darkness.
fair enough. so instead you let you eyes roam around her apartment.
and how touched you are, to see a letter you wrote from mali sitting on her bookshelf.
11h24 on a sunny but hazy tuesday in june.
apple – roquefort – prosciutto – olive oil – baguette.
maybe a few drops of honey, who knows, you haven’t decided yet.
all that needs to happen is for the doorbell to ring, then these tartines will be toasted in the oven for a few minutes, then it is à table and finally bon appétit.
so in fact, you’re finding that friends and food is what keeps you from panicking about the future.