Inspiration is external. You saw somebody do it and you thought, “Oh my God, I want that.” Motivation is when you’re in that moment going, “This sucks, but my why is: buns of steel, bikini on vacation, walking my daughter down the aisle, meeting my son’s son.” That’s what’s going to help me tolerate this in the moment. Inspiration is a jump start.
I also a fan of architect Scott Pitek Rahman residence in , which William Lamb wrote about for Dwell in 2014 and which was also part of the Portland Modern Home Tour earlier this year. This is an excellent example of compatible yet contemporary urban infill. The owner, Betty Rahman, maintained an existing circa 1919 bungalow with a large yard on a corner lot, but on the corner built a new house to occupy.
Really is a hell of a guy, said Joe Horiskey, part owner of Rainier Mountaineering Inc., a business that takes people climbing up Rainier and McKinley. Has no ego at all. He is really tough. But I know that I have a great feeling when I have been working on something and the horse just isn’t getting it, then that one day comes along and BOOM. Things click and it all falls into place. It is like a partition has been moved and things go smoothly for the exercise from then on..
They say the earliest morning is the worst. From 5 10 am that’s when the pollen is going to be the highest.” this weekend is forecasted to have a large amount of pollen triggering many sniffly noses and itchy eyes. The solution for many can be found at your local pharmacy.
I had to replace my black Nike Air Pegasus(+27) shoes because apparently I’ve run them down the last few months of wear ‘n’ tear w/ the wrong inserts, and I’ve got high arch problems. I found some replacements (comfort wise) in the Nike Zoom Vomero(+5), but despite the awesome dark purple lining and outersole, they only come in bright white (a tone I’ve outgrown since my last white shoes I owned about ten years ago). In your experience, would this dye procedure w/ black Rit ruin the purple or just adhere to the white? It’s a mixture of synthetic mesh and rubber, I believe.
Roy Wuertele (Weenie) was employed with the department starting in 1965 at Seagram Stadium until 1980 when he transferred to the Plant Ops until his retirement in 1996. While at Seagram Stadium, his responsibilities included purchasing, repairing, cleaning equipment for football, hockey, soccer, track and field, Intramurals, as well as basketball, volleyball and wrestling until the Physical Activities Complex opened. The highlight of Wuertele’s career was his involvement with the 1974 CIAU Championship Hockey team, the first national title of any Warriors program.