Friday nights are my facial nights. Since it takes about two and a half hours to complete, I’m up past my bedtime editing photos for the blog. Life of a bachelorette, I suppose.
Interior space of the Johnson Museum, designed by I.M.Pei. I really like the spaces of the museum. Even though I’ve been here numerous times, the spaces still flow with renewed energy each time I walk through the building.
The Cosmos light installation in honor of Carl Sagan, renowned astronomer at Cornell. It was beautiful. I would much rather view natural starlight, however. That, my friends, is the real spirit of Carl Sagan.
In the daytime, it is possible to see Cayuga Lake from the top floor of the museum. I still prefer the view from McGraw Tower (really need to get on that – taking photos at the top!), but the walk around the museum is an experience to be enjoyed as well.
On a side note, I realized I’ve been rather stupid lately. The principle of equivalent exchange has not served me well throughout my life – there are things I have wanted for a very long time… worked hard for… but never able to achieve. I’ve thought, fought, and finally decided to challenge it, only to realize the sunk cost has taken effect long ago.
I want it, but it’s never wanted me. And now I’m just stupidly following the path I have trekked numerous times, only to lead nowhere.
Only to lead nowhere.