Ever since we met, Curt and I have been having an adventure.
So this NPR interview with the artists of Johnnyswim caught my ear.
Sudano and Ramirez spend a lot of time on the road, in the studio and at home, but they say it never becomes too much. For them, it’s “all one kind of stream of life.”
“I think it’s almost the opposite of maybe what people expect to think,” Sudano says. “Instead of the longer you’re out on the road it gets more claustrophobic, the longer you’re out on the road it gets nicer to have [Ramirez] there, because he’s the closest thing to home I have. Home is where he is. The farther away I get from being at home, the more I cling to being near him, because he gives me that sense of, ‘OK, everything’s all right,’ and he brings me back to home.”
“The greatest asset in our marriage,” Ramirez adds, “is that we’re on a constant adventure together.”
I hope we feel the same as we live in Paris.