4.15.2009




Well it is officially official. Second week into the quarter and I am getting my ass kicked. Expect this blog to be silent till summer. Sad, I know. I even had a few new readers who I am sure to lose. Hi there! Bye!

I leave you with this diagram I made yesterday to communicate the network of goals & objectives for my thesis. Yep, told you I was a dork.

I guess I could just post my school work. A few of you might appreciate it, but I would be sure to lose any lingering brides out there.

So, for now.

XO

15 comments:

  1. if I knew what was good for me, I'd take a hiatus too.

    b l o g h o l e.

    the internets will miss you lady.

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  2. Here's the one peice of advice I try to remeber when I'm getting my *ss kicked: Slow down to speed up.

    Good luck good luck good luck!

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  3. Anonymous10:28 AM

    Sad!! I LOVE this blog. Understandable though. Good luck!!

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  4. what are studying?

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  5. we'll miss you. but that diagram is f*ing cool.

    good luck, we'll be waiting for you.

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  6. don't worry you won't loose my readership. assuming you do come back.

    i think i need a diagram btw.

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  7. Bummer. I heart your style. Come back to us soon.

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  8. i will make you a diagram cevd :)

    and, i am studying architecture. i know right.

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  9. awe, take care of yourself and do what you need to do rite now! it looks pretty confusing to me!

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  10. Aw, hang in there! See you in summer vacation!

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  11. Good luck.

    And I love that you eventually want to brush your hair regularly and be nice to your husband.

    I should aspire to that as well.

    It's a pact!

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  12. the quarter has to be almost over, no?

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  13. I looked at your diagram & now I want to read your thesis. I've learnt quite a bit about 'green' architecture & I can't think of anything to add to what you've compiled. The thing I've noticed the most in my line of work, is that it's very hard to convince to clients to incorporate sustainable concepts. If they want a green building they go to a architect's that specializes in green design, but if we want to make a difference it has to be an industry norm, not just a specialty niche in the market.

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  14. Can you come back now? It's summer...

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