Luke and Tessa jogged along the beach, reflecting on their trip. "It's sad we're going to have to back to the real world tomorrow, to work and to the city and all the trappings that come with it," Luke said. "Yeah, I know. It was so nice to be here at the beach away from all that. To just enjoy things at a slower pace," Tessa responded. They jogged by people in groups and by themselves lounging on the beach — an old man sleeping with a white bucket hat covering his eyes, children digging a hole, a woman sunbathing. "I wish we could just save this moment forever," Luke offered. "Like on a vintage tee-shirt, all over print, in great condition." "Me too," Tessa said. "Me too."