I am just wrapping up my first semester in graduate school. One of the things I appreciate about being back in school is being in sync with the seasons. Walking to class day-after-day I can feel myself changing with the seasons.
I can’t describe exactly what it is yet, and it may very well be something that I define as time goes on. I do know that it’s so important to step outside of your comfort zone and challenge yourself. It’s the only way to grow as an individual.
I don’t know if Providence will be somewhere I’ll live for long, but I do feel like I’ve grown up here. This little city has some special people and places that I will always cherish.
A few months ago I wrote about my love for the famous surrealist painter, Salvador Dali and his incredible museum in St. Pete, Florida. You can see that post here… “STAY WEIRD.”
So you could imagine, I was stoked to receive an email from the producer of a mini-documentary about the Dali Museum. It features the museum’s architect, Yann Weymouth and museum director, Dr. Hank Hine. It’s 4 minutes of gorgeous indoor and outdoor shots of the museum… maybe you’ll be able to see why it continues to be one of my favorite places ever.