Off the grid home in Cable, Wisconsin.
Contributed by Thomas Thornquest.
Sigh. Still waiting for the gift from a generous uncle or benevolent patrona that allows us to build our cabin.
Theoretically this exists with my name in the wild. I’ve yet to see one though.
The exclamation point is perhaps the most powerful of all punctuation marks. Excitement, anger, outrage and love can all be emphasized with it. Want to amplify emotions even more? Throw in another one. Two periods don’t increase the dullness of a sentence but two exclamation points? Next level…
This will make me post !!! now.
We get mail (and tweets and Facebook posts). The most common topic of all that mail and other communication is a request for a free trial of ThinkUp. People are excited and interested in ThinkUp but want to take the service out for a spin before they put their money down. That’s a reasonable…
If you’re active on Twitter and/or Facebook you should check out the free trial of ThinkUp to see what awesomeness I spend my days working on.
≫ Unexpected plans are always the best.
Gobbledigook by Sigur Rós.
(at ➳ Woodland)
We designed and constructed this EcoShed in Wimbledon for our Client who wanted us to create a garden sanctuary to use as a library and workshop. There is a growing demand for EcoSheds following a relax in planning laws which means they fall under permitted developments. Having found the cost of using one of the many companies out there that provide these EcoSheds too expensive, we were able to provide much more cost effective design and solution to our Client, by carrying out the design, planning and construction of the EcoShed ourselves (via EcoShed SW19 — Primebuild)
Want. Want. Want.
Tulip fields in Holland
The writer, in a woeful pitiful voice after struggling to write something that isn’t complete rubbish:
"The words, they won’t come together correctly."
The doctor, alarmed:
"What? Say that again! Are you suffering from non-stroke aphasia?"