PC: Claudia Bitzer
You wait for the day after, because the day after pads the paleness of an uneventful life. We live in leaps. Our minds extend over hollow weeks to star-shaped points on our calendar. We're always looking forward hoping for a distant brightness, unaware that its glare drains the color of everything before. But we need something to look forward to, don't we? We need to be distracted from seeing the fact that most of us are unhappy about the way our lives turned out.