Now can we pause for a second and regard how much effort I've made to socialize recently? Events where I will see people I know generally scare me, mainly because I am painfully awkward. But I did it. Joined a company party. The end.
It was a cool saturday afternoon and initially spurned on by my cravings for Rodic's (stomach rules!), I decided to map out a few hours of wandering before the company party started. And it's been a while since I went out with my camera. I greatly missed this. It's during these solitary walks that I have a better grasp of who I am and my place in this life.
Eventually, my feet took me to the steps of the Vargas Museum where a few days before, I had seen they exhibited Bencab's recent works. Imagine my surprise to find another exhibit in place. Anima, a thesis of one graduate student from CFA, speaks to the child in all of us – colorful and whimsical. A story told on walls, ceilings and floors instead of paper.
What if it's possible? What is the impact of this experience? As both lover of books and art, I respond well on visuals and I was floored with this exhibit. I loved every part of it. I am still trying to figure out the story part of it, I don't know if it was just me not following it right or I just completely missed it. Haha i guess that is the joyful part of this experience, it's a mystery you keep going back to.
Indeed a pleasant surprise to an otherwise planned and predictable day.