Can you believe it’s that time of year again?
Outings with workmates are important. Venue selection is critical and should be given careful consideration. When Tanek chose Vertical Endeavors, they used the climbing course as a tool to root out any sissies. To be an architect or interior designer in this city means having strength, agility, and the ability to use spells of the 8th level.
Nathaniel Shea’s sons brought their expertise to the latest Pizza Luce in progress:
We all have causes that are near and dear to our hearts—mine are all ice cream related.
It’s time for the Tanek Holiday party! Bring your Jing Tinglers, Flu Floopers, Tar Tinkers, Who Hoovers, Gar Ginkers, Trum Tupers, Slu Slumkers, Blum Bloopers, Who Wompers, Zu Zitter Carzays, and your Who Camio Flunx on December 16th!
The National Council for Interior Design Qualification defines Interior Design as a multi- faceted profession in which creative and technical solutions are applied within a structure to achieve a built interior environment.
The first race of the season has come and gone and I’m still deciding whether or not to put my Winter boots away. Anyway, Nat put his boots away, shaved his legs (what?! I know!!) and brought honor to his family.
For some people, the morning commute includes a drum of coffee, talk radio, and a seat belt.
Winter in Minnesota is considered purgatory by most scholars. Six (plus) months of penance per year seems about right for the sins of the other seasons. Nat spends the Winter punishing himself on his stationary bicycle – hour after hour in his damp, cold cellar (I just threw those adjectives in – I’m sure his Edina basement is neither damp nor cold) pedaling his little heart out. Before Summer, he must spin the wheel of the stationary bicycle a lot. 5,000 miles – to be exact. I did some complicated geographical calculations and figured out that if Nat pedaled in the real world, he could get to Argentina.
Pictures from the Miracle on 26th Street Party just surfaced!: