Friday, 3 April 2009

miss you.

street.

Denmark seems like a dream. I know that I was there, but it just doesn't seem real anymore. I have come home and feel somewhat changed, but don't know where or how it happened. I have new friends, new photos, new things, and yet the memories of how I came to have these aren't crisp. This is all probably normal, but I don't want it to be this way.

5 comments:

amy said...

i felt the same way when i returned from scotland. still do sometimes.

peachpatrol said...

yeah thats normal I think. its a bit depressing. when I got back from europe last time, in retrospect I felt like I didn't enjoy each moment enough, take enough photos (though I had thousands) and retain nearly enough information. but thats just life isn't it? the fragility of a fleeting second is one I haven't completely come to terms yet.

Katrine Ny said...

Sadly, I know exactly what you mean. I feel just the same way about my stay in Adelaide. It's a really weird feeling.

kerri nĂ­ dochartaigh said...

i know what you mean too. i spent four years at college in dublin and now i struggle to even remember moments of this cos my life now is so far removed. the feeling will pass and you will learn to love your current situation in the same, and yet a totally different way

x

Anne said...

I love Denmark, reminds me of summer hollidays.