New building right beside my office.
When I was a kid, I wanted to be a cowboy, an astronaut, a race car driver and then drive a plane on the weekends. You know, I was a normal kid.
The first time somebody asked me seriously what I wanted to be when I grew up, I answered that I wanted to be an architect. For some reason, that memory is still crystal clear even after not being an architect for the last 40 years. Funny how the brain works, right?
Of course, if you know me or if you read the previous sentence and you don’t have ADD, you know that I’m not an architect. Odds are that at my age I can say that I’ll never be an architect.
I did however design a lot of buildings when I was a kid. First in high school for arts projects, then when I started playing role-playing games I would always draw maps, and then I started running games and I designed whole towns from scratch. Later on, computers came along and I started to play with CAD programs, and I even modeled a complete 3D house for one of our RPG games.
These days when I get bored I fire up Google SketchUp and draw a house or two.
Also, if you have OCD you noticed that it was not the previous sentence but the one before that and it’s been bugging you for 2 minutes.
Photo a day challenge – January 2012
You Breakfast Something you adore Letterbox Something you wore Makes you smile Favourite Your sky Daily routine Childhood
- Where you sleep
- In your bag
- Something you’re reading
- Something you bought
- Someone you love
- Your shoes
- Something old
- Guilty pleasure
- Something you made
- Inside your fridge
- You, again