I like seeing what architects spend months, and even years designing. They put a lot of hard work and thought into what they do. The thing I like the most is the end result.
I loved making something from nothing. I used to build log homes, every log was different and added so much character. To look at a blueprint and see a two dimentional idea come to life was simply amazing. I put a little bit of me into every home I built.
I do not love construction work, but I'd take some construction work right now if I had some. I'd pull wire into new houses, prep all the plugs, hand ceiling fans, lights, install the condenser, and help with the evaporator/air handler. I can paint. I can do anything, but I don't love construction.
My favorite thing about construction was getting to watch my own progress.
Working in computers, I do some pretty impressive feats, such as re-provisioning a server and getting it back up and running in a day, but when you build something from nothing, using your bare hands to make something from nothing. I definitely must say the BEST thing about it, is at the end of the day, I can bring someone there, and say, look at what I did.
by janesix4 years ago
Whether your view is religious or scientific. And if you think the Universe is a steady state(as in, has no beginning or end),then try to explain that instead. Thank you.
by Threekeys17 months ago
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