Walking and talking, they made their way down the block. He looked up while she looked down. When he saw a crow sizing them up from a Maple tree as they passed below, he thought she might like to see and said in an easy voice, “look up.” And she did. A few blocks later, when she saw a snail slowly making its way along a crack in the sidewalk that she thought he might like to see, she said in a low voice, “look down.” And he did. They walked and talked like this all day. She, looking down and he, looking up.