Sometimes it surprises me how open-minded I get when I go to the beach at night. Tonight is a great example. I wasn't in the greatest mood, so I grabbed my iPod (and not my cell phone) and went for a walk, which of course led me to the beach. iPod on shuffle and the light turned off, I just climbed the ladder to the bigger lifeguard stand and sat there for about an hour and a half. It was great..the music on my iPod is very variant, so I listened to bits of everything. I looked at the sky most of the time. It was a little windy, so it wasn't too hot and the clouds were moving. I noticed how everything seemed to be the same as in the day, but emptier and in shades of black. I thought the stars were twinkling more than usual. I saw a shooting star and made a wish. The clouds made all sorts of different shapes, like a dramatized falling angel and an octopus squirting ink. I contemplated the universe and the principles of entropy, going further in the process of figuring out whether or not the universe makes sense. I believe it would, if I had it all figured out. I try not to think about entropy too much at once..I fear of becoming some mad scientist. More 'mad' than 'scientist'. I didn't really want to come home that badly, but I figured I shouldn't stay out all night. Especially if I wasn't really doing anything. I was alone, but I usually like it that way. I don't think there exist a great many people with whom I could spend time with when there wasn't really a reason to. A few, yeah..but not many.