Sunday Break

Because there is no such thing as taking too many breaks!

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On the left, Legorreta + Legorreta Architect’s National Center of the Arts in Mexico City. I really like the use of grand forms and bold colors. (Legorreta was a disciple of Luis Barragan, one of my favorite architects.)

On the right, The House of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo in Mexico City, designed by Juan O’ Gorman. The pipes, furnaces, and window panes become the visual details in one of this early examples of functionalist architecture.

Mexico City Architecture

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My homeschooled nephew and I have (remote) science/reading lessons once a week. This week we will start reading A Wrinkle in Time. A classic, I know, but this will be the first time either one of us has read it.

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Saw a wonderful movie last night – Dean Spanley. It’s a classic shaggy dog story, so expect a slow buildup to a delightful finish.

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Forgot I had a Nintendo DS. It’s back on my nightstand, along with Professor Layton and the Curious Village. If you like brainteasters, this is the video game for you! Maybe I’ll get back into Brain Age as well…

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Stay tuned…for the next adventure of Rheumatoid Arthritis Guy!

3 Comments
3 comments
  1. Cathy says:

    I love your Sunday Breaks! Enjoy A Wrinkle in Time with your nephew. I was just thinking about that book the other day because I remember pulling it out of the bookshelf one summer when I was about nine or ten and reading it. I should get it out and reread it!

  2. RA Guy says:

    Cathy, thanks…now if only I could get my rheumatoid arthritis to take a break on Sunday as well…hehe. Just started A Wrinkle in Time and I am loving it, I can’t believe I never read it before.

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