Take a look outside the window. Observe and view the grass field behind the house. See how calm and empty the grassy field has become. As the clock moves towards the afternoon hours, the grassy field continues to be empty and unoccupied. Will it always be like that? Well, perhaps there will be lots of people hanging out, talking, celebrating and in some cases resting on the grass field later on tonight. It's hard to see. Daylight doesn't produce such an event. Or rather, daylight that saturates the field today doesn't produce such an event. Maybe daylight that saturates the field tomorrow morning and afternoon hours might produce the end result of tonight's celebration. But it's this coming afternoon that prevails over all. And this coming afternoon offers no wonders as a night lit celebration of people hanging out, talking, celebrating and in some cases resting on the grassy field. And there's the chance that such a celebration won't occur tonight. Wait and see what the nighttime hours will bring. Bring a flashlight and your party hat to the grassy field when day turns to night. You won't need such artifacts right now, but you'll never know what the night might bring.
And as I'm lost in thought while looking at the daylight saturated grassy field, here are some photos of Alyson Hannigan.