This is a practice that walks the motions of daily life and invites the company of naturally occurring phenomena. It is an act of reorienting, an attempt to attune one’s body to the environment, to unsettle static markers of identity, to offer instead the wind, sun, and sky as constantly shifting relational anchors to gather and situate oneself. Diasporic experiences and transness share this in common: they are experiences of being unmoored, of finding home in transit, of living within betweens. Kites adopt the language of garment construction and patternmaking as a means of understanding how to free, fly, and extend the body. Kiteflying is the casting of a wish; it is a gesture towards a liberatory future while standing in the present. This is a practice of being present, of attention and gratitude. Thank you for finding me here. Thank you for noticing.