Fresh ideas about design
As we look ahead to 2015, we asked everyone at Strada to share a resolution for the new year. We thought you might enjoy hearing what some of us hope to make, learn, visit, and share.
I WANT TO MAKE… pretty things, friends, and a difference.
I WANT TO MAKE… a mobile for over my desk.
I WILL SHARE… my opinions (whether you ask for them or not).
I WILL SHARE… my French fries with my dog because it makes him so happy!
I WANT TO LEARN… how to best manage the confluence of emails received daily.
I WILL SHARE… my knowledge who those who ask!
I WILL SHARE…more travel stories.
I WANT TO MAKE… a special relationship with my new grandson, nurture his curiosity, read to him and eventually learn how to play baseball.
I PLAN TO VISIT… Hanga Roa on Rapa Nui, or the site of the first climate change extinction: the Aldabra Atoll in the Seychelles.
I WILL SHARE… my joy upon graduation.
I PLAN TO VISIT… Europe
I WILL SHARE… my chocolate chip recipe.
I WILL SHARE… with everyone how incredible Oregon is.
I WANT TO MAKE… everyone better, starting with me.
I PLAN TO VISIT… Wiener World a lot more.
I WANT TO LEARN… more tai chi.
I WANT TO LEARN… to read between the lines.
I WILL SHARE… anything you want from my giant paper stash.
I PLAN TO VISIT… a national park and bring my sketchbook and sleeping bag.
I WANT TO LEARN… how to paint with watercolors and build furniture and custom cabinets.
I PLAN TO VISIT… Paris.
I WANT TO MAKE… more artwork—drawings, paintings and ceramics.
I WILL NEVER… save another hardcopy document.
May you have a happy, healthy, prosperous New Year!
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