I am so sick
of carrying dead weight.
davidvanarsdale: a little recap ! This is better than the ATLtoNYC video. DANG! Fave line is from Sarah = “I never really listened to David until now…”
What: Epic Event of celebration for our final projects! When: This Wednesday, April 29th, 2009 starting @ 7:00pm & going until late Where: David VanArsdale’s magical Workshop [675 Metropolitan Ave, Unit #6028] Let’s celebrate.
You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.– Jim Rohn (via randominternet)
After being stuck in the shop with the same 12 people for so long, I now miss them terribly and feel out of sorts not being covered in saw dust and grime. Not to mention how wrong my sleep schedule is right now. I took a “nap” today from 11am to 6pm.
Jes: Is that your computer?
Emma: The one on the left? Yep, that's my Mac.
Jes: ...are you still using my computer, too?
Emma: Yes. Yes I am. I am double fisting with computers.
Team Bank Teller: studio final project tumblr →
Our whole class has jumped the tumblr bandwagon. More links and love to come. I’m so thankful for mobile tumblring!
I’m predicting a pretty sleepless, sick studio week.
Would it be kosher for me to ask someone to be my...
I mean, is that cool? I just want to establish the fact that I wish I was at a bro-level with someone. Can a girl and a guy be “bros”, and have it work out? Or maybe we’ll need to have a creative, strategy-planning-design-conceptualizing-brainstorming-with-bagels-and-coffee sort of meeting to determine what our special relationship OF bro status but NOT called “bros”...
I’m going to see BeachTiTTi in ATlanTa and eaT some poTaToes!– Jes & Emma making (loving) fun of Tyna on an all-too-early Saturday morning.
Looking at my old “tiles” [archive tiles for the ID@GT program; they let us keep track of people’s projects from every semester, and also as a sort of “if all else fails” back-up for the students] from sophomore year compared to the really cool portfolio I’m [FINALLY] working on right now is…strange. I’m not so bad heehee
I am really bad at forms and badly designed...
For instance - getting my driver’s liscence replaced? Hard. Why do they ask such strangely phrased questions? I want a new one because my old one was both lost AND stolen. Why do you have to ask “Do you hold a liscence?” when I clearly don’t hold one in my hands because I’m asking for a new one. And on forms when you have to say if you: a. strongly agree b. kind of...