This documented performance presents a tangible and relatable experience of change, doubt, hope, preparation, longing, optimism, and expectation. Vera Lynn's song "We'll Meet Again," released in 1939, was widely popular in WWII among soldiers and provides the backdrop for this performance. The uncertainty of when and where "we'll meet again" leads the viewer to make his or her own conclusions on the outcome of my preparatory action. Additionally, cutting the hair is a sacrificial action that is seen in many religious, cultural, and military traditions, implying purification or cathartic change in the face of the unknown. This performance attempts to confront the intangible nature of "future" in a visceral way.