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the cinnamon peeler's wife

9.28.2004 at 10:28:00 PM

autumn's arrival

as i was walking to the gym today, i took my normal shortcut across a grassy clearing. it was an amazing autumn evening. the breeze was getting cooler as the sun fell in the sky. i love fall. today was one of those beautiful sunny days where the brisk breeze is perfect and the leaves crunch perfectly under your feet. the autumn smells and the crisp air are what make me love this season.

i have a whole week of vacation coming up, i have so much to do. i should catch up on school work. i am probably going to chicago for a few days and maybe boston. i have to work out all the details. but it will definitely be nice to get out of ohio and routine for a while.

this year is the centenary of salvador dali's birth. he is by far my favorite 20th century artist, and of course the most eccentric of the surrealists. the first dali print i received was a framed 'Swans Reflecting Elephants' which was painted in 1937. Other than that i also have prints of Meditative Rose and Paysage aux Papillons. An interesting article about Dali's life in today's new york times entitled 'unmasking a surreal egotist'. give it a read.

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