In the chilly winter afternoon you pass by Bohnhelm to see that it has been closed for maintenance. At first you are sad that there will be no Bohnhelm to comfort you in these coldest and darkest of days. But then you realize how glorious its seasonal re-opening will be in the spring. The sky will be blue and the sun will be bright and you will treasure every idle instant that you are alive and free. With friends and strangers in the halls of Bohnhelm, the greatest museum on Earth, you will welcome a new season of warmth and prosperity. Not long after that your American school will let out for an American summer. You will be to conduct yourself as you were meant to. In the center of your unburdened days will be Bohnhelm, towering over you and the bowl-shaped suburban kingdom over which you rule. When the sun is at its highest and brightest you will see the world in its true colors, and water will taste its sweetest.
Note: This is not the reason for the drought of new exhibits at Bohnhelm. This is simply something that you remember experiencing as a child.