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    Late nights just feel right...

    David Zeibin
    Oct 10, '04 5:19 AM EST

    It's yet another late night in the studio. I drove to school today, anticipating this.

    Click the photo for a larger view. This is the corral I'm in. My workspace is on the far left, with the plant (that's Narm) and the autographed pic of Julie Payette, a female Canadian astronaut, my girlfriend got me from the space conference she was covering for journalism school. Obviously, it's a quiet night...

    It's about 1:30am, and there are a few third-year students still kicking around, but I'm certainly the only first-year still working on a Saturday night. I'm here because (a) my girlfriend is out of town for Thanksgiving (it's a long weekend here in Canada), and (b) I'm on studio project two and feeling like my project is falling apart again. It's really weird: I get a great start, and about midway through, I feel like I can't drive it like I did at the beginning.

    Anyhow, I've been neglecting this blog in favour of school, so I now write to tell you how much work architecture school is: a lot. Right now I'm on the tail end of some awful cold that's been passing through the entire school. This I caught last weekend, only a week after three all-nighters within five days. I'm at this point where the adage "hard work doesn't seem like work at all when you love what you're doing" is starting to wear thin...

    So, enough complaining. What's been happening...? Check the next post for... Studio project #1: Garmenture.

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