You know, I don’t want a lot; not anymore. I just want to walk amongst crowds, losing myself in them. I want to sit in parks, play with squirrels, and sip a cheap cup of tea. I don’t care about anything that everybody values anymore. I just want to live my life, calmly and without large expectations. In a world where no one shuts up about how legendary their life is, I want to look up at a clock tower under the dark night sky just to bump into a stranger who would laugh and tell me it is easier to look at the time on the watch I’m wearing. That is all I really want now—to have an extraordinarily ordinary life.