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baseboards, Sketchup, and rest

yesterday we completed Addendum#2 on our rushed project, a school of engineering for a university in N. Texas.  Cindy’s been ready to strangle me b/c i’ve been working late and weekends, not having much time to spend w/ her during the last few weeks of pregnancy.  i’ve also had to finish painting the baseboards before they get installed tomorrow.  so it was w/ great relief that i left the office yesterday at 5:30p – that’s right!  not 3a!  it was amazing.  i went home, bought some more baseboards and mini-rollers, painted a bit, and went to bed by 11p – it was incredible.now i’m working at home, spiffing up a sketchup model of the project that the university will be able to use for fundraising.  there’s a bunch still to do, but i’ve been divying up the day between work and painting baseboards.  those should be ready to get a final coat in a few minutes, actually.tomorrow i move on to my next project – an infill/renovation for UT School of Nursing.  it’s been in schematic design for a little over a month, on and off.  it’s looking pretty nice, i’m looking forward to getting into something a bit smaller in scope and not as rushed.  it also helps that we’re building new structure instead of living w/in the confines of a building’s earlier structure, which had been a bit confusing on the engineering project.my little baby’s on the way – we’re just over 2 weeks from her due date!  i’m so excited that it’s hard to focus on much of anything, but it helps a lot that this deadline is finally over.  now i can focus on cindy, the house, and work in a much more balanced manner. 

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