An azalea-colored field of "May-genta" meets the stone-white of Memorial Day, which encases the events of the last week of May. Each column represents a day, all of which form a rhythmic pattern, symmetrical, folding in on the Saturday of Memorial Day Weekend. The blue-grey mornings occur at the bottom, and speak of slow starts to each day. Naples Yellow marks the hours in studio, and various color patterns mention meetings with various characters. Top-heavy, the composition speaks to a schedule of tranquil mornings and engaging nights.