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by Christopher Mudiappahpillai

just a bit longer and i’ll be done. frankly, i’m rather tired of this term; i’m looking forward to a few new subjects. bear with me a little longer; once things are done schoolwise, things will start to pick up here.

here’s an inspiring article about chasing your dreams:


MEJORADA DEL CAMPO, Spain (Reuters) – Justo Gallego has been building what he calls a cathedral, single-handedly, for the last 40 years. Huddled in two old coats by a bonfire in the nave, his face grubby and his cheeks hollow, the 78-year-old former monk says the end is in sight. “My dream is being fulfilled,” Gallego told Reuters…

the article also mentions Antoni Gaudi, another one of my favourite architects. yes, i agree that my having favourite architects is strange. comes with the territory, i guess.

and here’s a completely unrelated song that i’m listening to:


The Way You Look Tonight

Frank Sinatra

Someday, when I’m awfully low

When the world is cold

I will feel a glow, just thinking of you

And the way you look tonight

Yes, you’re lovely

With that smile so warm, and your cheeks so soft

There is nothing for me but to love you

And the way you look tonight

With each word, your tenderness grows

Tearing my fears apart

And that laugh that wrinkles your nose

Touches my foolish heart

You’re so lovely, never never change

Keep that breathless charm

Won’t you please arrange it?

Because I love you

And the way you look tonight

With each word you tenderness grows

Tearing my fears apart

And that laugh that wrinkles your nose

Touches my foolish heart

You’re lovely, don’t you ever change

Keep that breathless charm

Won’t you please arrange it?

Because I love you

Just the way you look tonight

Just the way you look tonight