Whatever Gets You Through the Night
“I didn’t have a light switch tonight. I didn’t have much, actually. The blackest night I’d ever encountered had effectively erased all my belongings from this earth, leaving me with just three possessions: a quickening heartbeat, a nearly dead headlamp, and the sleeping bag I was curled inside of. The rest of the world, for all I knew, didn’t exist. Except for the mysterious person who kept running toward my tent but never reached it.
It was going to be a long night in Tennessee.”