Feeling a little more normal

This weekend was great. I'm starting to feel like a normal person again. I didn't get very much accomplished as far as school work goes, but I had a relaxing two days. Yesterday we went to the Morgan Library to see Renzo Piano's new addition. We actually have to write about it for our exam for our Architecture of Additions class. It really is a beautiful space, that's a picture of the new entrance to the left. The interiors are a lot like his design of the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas. I'm a big fan of his work. Enough architecture. The main point of this entry is to let everyone know I am finally enjoying my time in the City as a New Yorker, not as a student. Tonight we went to a local restaurant called the Heights to meet Katie's boyfriend who is visiting from Dallas. He seems really nice. We got to sit on the roof deck, and the weather was a little crisp, but enjoyable. It is beginning to get really hot here, so the cold snap was kinda nice. I hope eveyone enjoys their week, Texas countdown: 4 days, oh my! Until Next time...


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