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Today seemed to go by fast (which was nice!). Three separate video calls with family used up pretty much all the morning. Some editing, some work on my Amazon ads, some exercise (Dance Dance Revolution for the win!), and some lesson planning for the after-school classes I'll be teaching this year used up the afternoon. As usual, working on my blog post is my after-dinner activity. And then I'm off to bed with one more day of quarantine under my belt!
This building, just visible to my far left as I peer out my window, intrigues me. During the day, it usually looks like a normal, solid, white building with a dark gray striped design in the middle. But after dark, it manages to look as though it's shaped kind of like an arch, with the enter part completely open (you know, like all those buildings in Hong Kong designed with the big holes so that dragons from the mountains can fly through them at night on their way to drink from the harbor ... never mind). A few irregular little lights in the gray part somehow look as though they're on buildings behind this one, adding to the night-time illusion that the center section is empty. (Or is it an illusion? I'm not completely convinced!) And on a foggy day, the white part fades into the mist, making it look as though a tall, narrow, dark gray structure stands there instead. I'm beginning to wonder if someone purposely designed this building to provide hours of perplexity for stir-crazy inmates peering out at the city from their solitary cells and trying to keep reality and their imagination separate. Then again, is it worth even trying to keep them separate? Some days I'm not so sure ...
Ok, time for the obligatory meal photos. Today I actually really enjoyed parts of both lunch and dinner! A couple of the items were actually my favorites out of everything we've been served so far.
Anyway, here are some pictures from tonight's sunset. The sun itself stayed hidden behind a cloud bank most of the way down, but the evening sky was still pretty. I'm so thankful for a room with nice big windows and a sunset view!
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