Break: Days 4 & 5

Yesterday was spent mostly at Starbucks (as usual) and with Katie. We also braved Wal-Mart to buy supplies to make Power Puff Girl costumes. (She is going to a conference, and they have to dress up like superheros…or so she tells me.) Since we are both craft geniuses, I think the costumes are going to be pretty swell.

Today was a bit more exciting. I took more pictures of myself in the mirror in the garage for a while longer, and got some coffee and enjoyed a little more of The Screwtape Letters. After a delicious meal at my favorite restaurant, Nothing But Noodles, Candice and I went down to the Dayton Art Institute. My favorite piece was a small room-sized sculpture of two people made out of jelly beans, surrounded by butterflies on the walls behind it. When you passed this censor, the butterflies started moving. Candice and I stood by it for a long time. We also sat in the Asian Art wing for a while on a nice couch staring at a tapestry, but mostly talking about how funny it would be to take a nap at the museum. It was a lot of fun.

(more photos)

Also, I made the Dean’s List again.

One response to “Break: Days 4 & 5

  1. Oh man. I loooove pictures in mirrors. I’m going to have to do a little photo show today, just because you reminded me of how “cool” they are. I love them because it’s completely obvious what the person taking the picture is doing, and they’re not ashamed to admit that they’re snapping pics of themselves in their bathroom mirrors (or, in your case, garage mirror). At least you get points for originality. And for not purposely hiding your face, or wearing skimpy clothing for no reason.

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