There are moments in our lives where the songs like ‘Just One Look’ by Doris Troy sends us into a state of appreciation. A state of memory. I’ll say it, for the record, you got me years ago. In 1993. Despite anything else, you, you got me. I felt like I was living a Sandlot scene which made me fall in love with you. “So you see, I can’t live without you. Just one look. That’s all it took. And I fell so hard. I fell so in love with you.” There are those moments, those moments of identity. Identity defined by clearly defined feelings like this one, love. “I thought I was dreaming, but I was wrong yeah yeah yeah, I’m gonna keep on scheming until I make you my own.” isn’t that what it’s all about? Those feelings of connectivity. It’s not about the moments you lose. It’s about those moments you create, into a memory. A state of appreciation. An identity.