Seth finds me in an abandoned rusty car parked under a tree in a field.  he’s on his way to deliver food.  i get out and we embrace.  i’m so freaking happy to see him after all these years.  but we have no time to catch up.  he gives me a $20 bill and tells me to hide.  they’re looking everywhere for you! he says.  and they’re close.  i know it.  there’s an army of men on horseback, holding their rifles, yelling orders in the field not far from us.  i tell him not to worry and i tell him i don’t want his money.  i fold the bill and shove it into his jeans’ fifth pocket.  i tell him not to stay or he’ll get us both in trouble.  i’m not afraid.  i know how to be invisible when it’s needed.