the agony and the ecstasy
Monday, October 27 at 2:56 AM
still awake. yawn.

ever wondered what an arts student does? i can't speak for others, but i can do so for myself. i learn how to say things in as many words as possible. not because so many words are really necessary, but becuase i have a quota to meet.

here's an example. yes, i know it's a bit over the top, but i also have a deadline to meet.

A work of architecture, like art, is not just the creation of a single moment. Rather, it is the convergence of a million moments, a million thoughts, a million actions. It is the architect's consummation: his ideas and dreams, the tools he uses, the medium in which he works and the environment he wishes to transform brought together in a supreme instant of ecstasy. Such work is not built but created - it is brought to life. Fallingwater is such a creation; complete in its construction, in harmony with its surroundings. Such architecture transcends the ordinary into extraordinary. It is not only beautiful, it is sublime.

now i am listening to this song:

Out Of The Woods
Nickel Creek

I wish you out of the woods
And into a picture with me
I wish you over the moon
Come out of the question and be

If this is gonna run 'round in my head
I might as well be dreaming
Run 'round in my head

I roller coaster for you
Time out of mind must be heavenly
It's all enchanted and wild
Just like my heart said it was gonna be

If this is gonna run 'round in my head
I might as well be dreaming
Run 'round in my head

I wish you out of the woods
And into the picture with me
I wish you over the moon
Come out of the question and be

If this is gonna run 'round in my head
I might as well be dreaming
Run 'round in my head

If this is gonna run 'round in my head
I might as well be dreaming
Run 'round in my head
I might as well be dreaming
Run 'round in my head
I might as well be dreaming
Run 'round in my head

If this is gonna run 'round in my head
I might as well be dreaming
Run 'round in my head
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