Evanston, IL: Walk two blocks, turn left. Walk three blocks, turn right. Create a sculpture, right in the middle of Northwestern University's campus, among the scavenging squirrels whose mouths and bellies are full of the delectable detritus forgotten by students and faculty alike.
All of these berries, so common yet so unknown, scattered in the grass next to the sidewalk. Some minutes spent scavenging squirrel-like, knees bent, fingernails collecting cold dirt. And then kneeling, again, on the cement, placing each berry upon its surface, purposefully, for peace, for love, for the pleasant surprise it might hopefully be.
Hands red with cold. An Americano, a White Chocolate Mocha, for warmth.
Jan and I walking, the sky darkening, streetlights flickering.
Hearts full of joy, love,
Peace and Possibility.