I love solving puzzles and riddles. Developing a building project involves solving multiple puzzles big and small, simple and complex.
"Problems that remain persistently insoluble should always be suspected as questions asked in the wrong way." - Alan W. Watts
Was the president of the Dallas Juggler's Club back in the late 80's
My 7th grade art teacher, Mr. Welcher, suggested that I consider being an architect - and I did.
I never read one book from start to finish. I always have several books that I am reading at the same time. I bounce around from book to book to book night after night until they are all finished about the same time.
I still have folders of expensive Chartpak Letters that became obsolete when computers went mainstream.
The Flying Fish and the River Market District
Hash browns scattered, smothered, covered, chucked, diced, peppered, capped, and topped. I learned by watching to cooks at Waffle House.