I was walking past the Rosa Parks Museum, and was drawn to a homeless man sleeping on the benches in front of it. I instantly gravitated towards the capture for several reasons: amid COVID-19 some have just been so restless where they have just wanted to rest to find peace of mind, I am one of those people. I instantly got depressed when all of this happened; I worried how I would make my bills as most of America is still wondering Ñ I was furloughed from my day job without any hesitation. The second reason I was drawn to this image is that I worry about the homeless population, and to see this man resting brought joy to my heart. During his circumstances, he found some way to rest his feet and rest his body, much like Rosa Parks wanting to rest when she got off work the day she boarded the bus. by Sydney A. Foster, Visual Arts, USA / Montgomery, AL, Day 11 / July 14.