Have you ever wondered what makes people tick, what led them to their profession? Was is genetics, environmental, influences by others? Was it fate or God or simply luck? My guess is that it's a combination of some or all of the above factors. In my case, it was definitely a combination. Everyone else in my family chose the medical profession. Someone had to venture out and that was me!
Katz's Deli was my favorite all night spot while I attended
UT School of Architecture, now we frequent the deli in Houston!
My mind seems to work better when I doodle or draw! I might go brain-dead if my hands were cut off. God willing that won't happen.
For some unexplainable reason at young age I was concerned about how the/my environment looked and was organized both inside and out! Telephone poles have always annoyed me..such eye sores, visual noise, waste of space....you get the point. Sorry, got carried away! My poor mom would come home to 75% of the house being rearranged...just so you know, she did survive! It was a spacial experiment for me and probably therapeutic!
In my High School class of 1980, Sherman, Texas I took drafting which I wasn't really that good at, not like Paul Nixon, he was really good. I prefer to sketch and doodle which I often do when I'm on the phone or taking notes! Someday these will get analyzed by someone and they will really see the mine-field of my mind!
So I'm still learning what makes me tick if it really matters.
Life is really the sum of all the small choices that we make each day!
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