Now that you know I am leaving Santa Fe on an exploration of destination, there you are again. Igniting my flashbulbs for the seamless cinema-scope of Santa Fe, you are toggling behind me in the snow, as I plow, sweep and sprinkle salt, you are there when I am in the parade and choosing my characters to congregate, and make a party, and you are there when I wake up in the morning, to draw me out of the down comfort, sheets and pillows that bemoan me leaving, I want to get up and begin the day, because you are there, turning up the music, and opening the laptop to a new page, and the journal to a new entry, and my books that have punished me for not reading them. They are dusty and wrinkled from my sleepy attempts to find the water bottle and drink, and then the spills fall on them. You are there when I am cleaning the stove and bathroom floors, a reminder to get on the floor and douse the tiles with love, listen to music while I vacuum, and end the day with my shoes off and slouching in a comfy chair. You are not dormant spirit, you are rising from the labyrinth of an imagined life and one that is moonlight.