For those that have been following us for years, I’m sure that this will come as quite a shock that we broke up some time ago.
We’re not even sure if it was obvious in the videos or not.
Or if new viewers were even aware that we used to be a couple.
But in any case talking about something so personal as a break up in a public setting like YouTube is never easy.
So we had a really hard time discussing or putting it into words.
As many of you have figured out our videos are a bit behind and thankfully they are as covid has made travel for everyone inconvienent including us.
In this episode we land in Papua New Guinea and contemplate life, do we stay here? do we enter the zombie apocalypse that is the new Covid World?
And we finally discuss our relationship.
Jordan & Nate are still and will hopefully always continue to be good friends.
Thank you for your continued support and understanding.
This channel and this project have grown well beyond the beginning, it now involves crew, creators and artists from around the world.
But thought we would open the door to our personal life….just a touch.
Enjoy this episode.
It’s beautiful, and to me it’s kind of a turning point in our adventure.
It could of gone so many different directions.
Let’s see what unfolds 😉
Edited by: Molly https://www.instagram.com/mollylouisaj/
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