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09 September 2008 @ 07:02 pm
La di da da, not much going on.  
It is really windy today. At the Rinconada clubhouse there are several tall palm trees, and whenever I go outside on my rounds I can hear them creaking as they sway. One of them leans noticeablyto the left, and I get very concerned when I think about the potential to come crashing down. But the palm fronds - which are yellowing at the tips, I wonder if that is a sign of a sick tree? - are very hypnotic as they are blown all over the place. I can't stop watching.

Seanie's taking me to the Asian Art Museum on Friday and I'm very excited. I've been wanting to see the Ming Dynasty exhibit for weeks now. I'm not sure what else we'll do while we're up in San Francisco. But it's going to be so fun to go somewhere outside of San Jose!

I love these quiet nights at Rinconada. They're perfect for spacing out. When school starts in two weeks, I'll be able to do my homework here. Getting paid to do my homework. Nice.
Narratoraswirlymatrix on September 10th, 2008 03:49 am (UTC)
California Academy of Sciences! They have baby penguins! oh and the Main Library is maybe a block away from the Asian Art Museum; that's fun for a look.
Suzik00kaburra on September 10th, 2008 03:57 am (UTC)
Do you know if the remodeled buildings are open for the California Academy of Sciences? I've been dying to see how they revamped it!
Narratoraswirlymatrix on September 11th, 2008 01:28 am (UTC)
Nope, CAS opens in the old location on the 27th... but you can view the building from outside no matter when. :P

You should make a return trip that weekend! It will be massively packed though. I just hope they reinstall the earthquake exhibit with the quaking floor. That was always my favorite.
jeanniejeannietran on September 10th, 2008 07:11 pm (UTC)
Sometimes I'm getting paid to read your blog. Keep posting!