“Thinking back then…we were just at that age when we knew a few things about ourselves – about who we were, how we were different from… – but hadn’t yet understood what any of it meant…by the time a moment like that comes along, there’s a part of you thats been waiting…there’s a whisper going at the back of your head… So you’re waiting, even if you don’t quite know it, waiting for the moment when you realize that you really are different…”
~Never Let Me Go, Kazud Ishiguro
While walking through an area in Fort Collins, Colorado known as “Old Town.” I was guided with an intention to be open to whatever offered an unique perspective. It is my thought that this reflective image of a building’s entrance fits Robyn’s ‘See Differently’ challenge.
baseball…a slow game symbolizing long summer days is defined by journalist Roger Angell as an ageless sport in which “time is seamless and invisible, a bubble within each player moves at exactly the same pace and rhythm as their predecessors.”*