"hey Frankie, all good thanks my friend. :) i see you are interested in getting some architectural design work done, i'm an architect myself back in my home country, now in GZ setting up a design practise. i have added you up in msn or you can…"
hey Frankie, all good thanks my friend. :) i see you are interested in getting some architectural design work done, i'm an architect myself back in my home country, now in GZ setting up a design practise. i have added you up in msn or you can add me: email@example.com and we can talk more about various design solutions that we are offering that may help your customers. :)
irst of all, thank you for the comment, you are the only person post me a comment on my blog...
yes the stocking idea sounds so interesting. but i am afraid i dont have 1 year time, i dont have time to wait until next year for the trip.
and about the book, you are 101% welcomed to trade with me.
we can do something exchange.
i'd love to have something very interesting things back for my first trade....
here it's ...
• On July 14, 2005, he went to Vancouver and traded the paperclip for a fish-shaped pen.
• He then traded the pen the same day for a hand-sculpted doorknob from Seattle, Washington, which he nicknamed "Knob-T".
• On July 25, 2005, he traveled to Amherst, Massachusetts, with a friend to trade the Knob-T for a Coleman camp stove (with fuel).
• On September 24, 2005, he went to San Clemente, California, and traded the camp stove for a Honda generator, from a U.S. Marine.
• On November 16, 2005, he made a second (and successful) attempt (after having the generator confiscated by the New York City Fire Department) in Maspeth, Queens, to trade the generator for an "instant party": an empty keg, an IOU for filling the keg with the beer of the holder's choice, and a neon Budweiser sign.
• On December 8, 2005, he traded the "instant party" to Quebec comedian and radio personality Michel Barrette for a Ski-doo snowmobile.
• Within a week of that, he traded the snowmobile for a two-person trip to Yahk, British Columbia, in February 2006.
so ...........huh........what do you think it will be a cool idea for my lovely book?
looking forward to hearing from you soon