I’m surprised the term moonlighting is still used as it appeared to be an archaic term when I was coming out of school in the early 1990’s. Continue reading “moonlighting more than an 80s sitcom”
OK, first things first. I missed the #Architalks deadline this month. No excuses, I missed it. Now I’m late and I accept the consequences. My good friends shared their hearts yesterday about their experiences and passion about their mentors, and their exhortation for others to take on that role. Continue reading “mentor was on the odyssey “
You’re welcome for having that song stick in your head all day.
Today I write to the students Continue reading “summer working, had me a blast”
Thinking (i.e. deep thinking) is a regular occurrence as you all know. Continue reading “where are the mentors?”
A thought came to me as part of my preparation to teach my Sunday school class. I typically teach a three-month long class once a year, sometimes more. In our current material, pastor and author Mark Batterson, in writing about spiritual matters, discusses limits we place on ourselves from (incorrect) assumptions we make. Continue reading “eight foot ceiling”
Are you considering a career in architecture? Are you a college student – a high school student – one considering returning to college later in life? …keep reading