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Draplin Design Co., North America
December 16, 2006
Saturday, Our Day
Posted at 11:34 PM


Didn’t do too much today design-wise.

Spent the better part of the day working on a project for an upcoming gallery gig. Pretty excited to be getting dirty down in the basement. Stained hands, cuts and sawdust boogers. Been awhile.

There’s something good about working with wood. Forgot about it. Lots of ideas in the thinker for upcoming projects around the pad.

Got myself a little Christmas gift: Heavy-Duty Compact Jig Saw Kit.

Pretty awesome. Love the DeWalt stuff.

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Rounded the night off with some Little People, Big World. Good, wholesome, faily fun. Couple hours of it. Radical little people.

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Dean Gross flew in from NYC real late, too. He’s staying for as long as he needs. He’s back from a triumphant couple months in the Big Apple working on big W+K projects.

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Aaron - on one of the shows of Little People, Big World, the daughter was wearing a Central Michigan University T-shirt. The mom went to CMU! GO Fire Up CHIPS! Small world, huh?

Remember, when the present arrives, DO NOT OPEN UNTIL CHRISTMAS when we can all see over the isight!

Posted by: Sarah on 12/18/06 at 3:32 AM

My brother introduced me to LPBW over Thanksgiving, and I thought the dad was kind of a genius. Building America’s longest zipline in your yard - overcompensating, or overawesomeating?

Posted by: DB on 12/18/06 at 4:36 AM

TLC has been so on point lately, focusing more on medical/can you believe this docs and less on house flipping garbage. check out the show about the conjoined twin teenage girls if you see it on— two legs, two arms, two hearts, TWO HEADS. unbelievable!

Posted by: rcotton on 12/18/06 at 11:31 AM

Why didn’t you just ask Santa for one of those nice yellow jig saws?

This would have been a perfect present for the ‘son of santa’. guess you’ll have to settle for ginger bones.

Posted by: mrs. claus on 12/18/06 at 5:32 PM

As an identical twin myself I was absolutely fascinated with the show the other night about the 16-year-old conjoined twins who live in Minnesota. It shows great courage on their part to show the world that they are normal teenagers in every way but one. I applaud their efforts and their family’s efforts to educate the world about dicephalic conjoined twins.

TLC gets props for having such interesting shows on. So much TV these days is such utter complete crap; My Super Sweet 16 is the worst. Bleh.

Posted by: Cameron Barrett on 12/18/06 at 7:11 PM
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