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Saw the ¡Viva México! exhibit at the Glenbow Museum today. They had collections of Diego Rivera's paintings and sketches, 1700-year-old West Mexican tomb figures, black and white photographs by Graciela Iturbide, and more. I enjoyed it all, but found the tomb figures more intriguing than the modern work. What kind of society did their creators live in?

I felt slightly anxious all weekend. Too much caffeine? I awoke from really bad dreams on Saturday morning...

Back to work tomorrow. Last full week for a while!
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