Can you believe it, people of different professions working together and making it work. John is a designer and Brent is an engineer and they work as equal partners in design. These two men spoke on how they work together and how they can come up with better solutions and better concepts in the design field.
October 26, 2011
October 18, 2011
Traditionally blog posts have been boring and not worth reading. Well life has changed. What comes to mind is the famous song "Tradition" by Fiddler on the Roof. Have you heard of it. I have. If you do not remember or do not have the foggiest idea what I am talking about, then you should youtube it. "Tradition!"
Now that we are on the same page, lets take a moment and grasp "Tradition." Do you have it in your hand? Good! Now with the other hand, reach up and grab it by its neck. Ok, so this is what you are going to do. Remember when you were in elementary school and you gave your friends Indian Burns. This is the same concept. With both hands firmly grasping "Tradition," wring its neck! There you have you it. A dead limp boring tradition gone. No more to cumbersome your life. Lets do the same with the thoughts of Sun Valley. This year was anything but boring and traditional. Take a look. You will not be disappointed.
Coming up are the contestants on the price is wrong. Our three participants were Valene, Alexis and Katherine. Second place in the student competition was VALENE EDWARDS!
October 2, 2011
. . . of the rest of our lives. Have I kept you in enough suspense. If so, good and if not, well that is your fault. (Southern accent placed here) I bet your head is a itching and your brain is a smokin' from all the confusion of the title. (Accent over)
Well let me assure you that you have not been abducted and taken to Mexico but you are safe and sound in your footy pajamas. The title just goes along with what we are doing this year. It means, in Spanish, take note students. I mean come on, would you have really started reading this article with plain old English. NO! So why not spice up your humdrum life.
Speaking of life spice, now doesn't that sound good to you, I mean who doesn't want to add a little life spice to their life. Sorry, saw a shiny light and got distracted. Life spice, the life spice of this week was the remaining internship reports given by our very own talented seniors. Awww, there is Alexis our strong as an ox, fearless ASID leader in her very stylish glasses. You wish you were her, don't you? Now place that finger where ever you usually put it and scroll through these captured moments of time and enjoy. I might stop you and tell you more, so stay tuned.
BANG!!!! (Gun going off) "And they're off!" (Announcer states) Coming around the first corner we have Kara and Catherine in the lead! Not to far behind them we have Marie and Katie! What's this! Stephanie Keeler is right on their heels! The others better catch up!
We will now take a break to hear from our sponsors. "This internship report has been brought to you by the Open Your Eyes and Be Inspired company and the letter G."
Ok, was the horse race theme to cheesy? Well, it did bring a sense of heart pounding excitement into this story. Our remaining sophisticated seniors goes as follows: Alexis, Courtney, Kimberly (not Kim), Valene and then we were rudely interrupted by the most annoying bells ever in the MC. Did you know that every hour and at certain times before the hour, the MC building plays these really obnoxious bells that do not stop for 15 minutes! I mean, who do they think they are. Ok, ok. Now that I have that off my chest I will continue with the list. We have Elizabeth, Tania, Ty, Laura, Rachel, Samantha, Jessa, Alyce, and coming from the rear we have Kevin Anderson.
All in all, we had a pretty inspiring meeting. Who wouldn't want to be us now that they have seen all the glorious jobs we have done like cleaning and organizing fabrics. This design world is glamorous with all the glitter. Fab-u-lous!! Another day and another dollar. That's our show, and thank you for watching. See you next time, here on, Designing with the Stars. Good night everybody!
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