Walking around my neighborhood imparted a sense of quiet and peacefulness that I didn’t quite get from “Young Titans.” I related very strongly to the characters’ restlessness and struggle to “get out.” The feeling of being both a teenager and a legal adult, criticizing society and believing its customs to be beneath you while also seeking to make your way in it, is something my friends and I are very familiar with. The long, late walks through the city are similar to many of my nights in DC. However, walking through my suburban streets on a warm summer afternoon made me feel much more happy to stay than eager to get out. I’ve felt that eagerness many times before; it’s why I left California for the east coast in the first place and it’s why quarantine’s been so frustrating. Today though, I felt content to just enjoy my neighborhood and the nice weather while I could, with little thought for where I’ll be in two months or two years or two decades.