Yesterday, when my 17-year-old son Aaron and I took the opportunity to go into Harvard Square (which you might be able to envision in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA), we didn’t envision all the opportunities we’d find there.
For example, I didn’t envision the opportunity to see a sign on the subway that was directly related to the post I had written earlier in the day.
When we got to Harvard Square, we discovered an Oktoberfest celebration and HONK!, a Festival of Activist Street Bands. (I would have envisioned the opportunity for HONK to be an acronym, but it isn’t.) Neither Aaron nor I had envisioned the opportunity for Oktoberfest or HONK!, but there they were.
I envisioned many opportunities to take pictures, so I did.
During previous opportunities in Harvard Square, I had never envisioned a train like this …
… nor the closing of the Harvard Square Theater (where I had many opportunities to envision great films) .
I’m envisioning opportunities to share more pictures from yesterday, but first, can you envision me missing an opportunity to introduce music into this post?
I can now envision the opportunity for you to find The Leftist Marching Band playing on YouTube.
Here are other envisioned images I had the opportunity to capture, yesterday:
Can you envision the opportunities if we actually enjoyed and did not destroy?
Envision the opportunities I have to thank so many who helped me create this post, including my son Aaron, Harvard Square, the HONK festival, the Leftist Marching Band, and other activist bands from Detroit and elsewhere. And allow me the opportunity to thank you — of course! — for all the opportunities you envision, here and now.