I can still end the summer with the wonderment of a school kid starting a new school year, excited to see a new environment with the new interactions of new children seeing the space for the first time, or the teacher maybe seeing a renovation with a fresh perspective. I still feel very much like its going back to school again.
I will say this, stay hopeful, stay optimistic, stay changing and growing, don’t let the pessimistic world drag you down. There will be times when things seem really hard and you feel like giving up and don’t see the point in continuing in a profession that sometimes seems like it only takes and never gives back? But trust me, there will be those times when it does give back and everything will be worth it.
Summertime is typically the same year after year (especially the last 7 years) while working with a firm whose work primarily is focused on K – 12 work. Summers for […]
I think when people heard the topic of the new ArchiTalk #5 “Favorite Things”, and you are of my generation or older most likely you had Julie Andrews twirling around in your head. […]
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Day breaks on another school day and I find myself dragging my seemingly lifeless body into the dimly lit kitchen as I prepare for another day of routines, getting my […]
On one of my recent “Detroit Drives” I found a very inspirational bit of architecture, one of those bits that had me slamming on the breaks and pulling the most […]
So I am participating in my first #ArchiTalks (which this is ArchiTalk #2) blog posting under the idea seed of “This is Exciting” which is such a wide open notion and […]
Let me first say welcome and thank you for getting this far. I know you are asking WHY, why read another blog, journal or rant about anything these days? Well […]