Some search terms I’ve been plugging into Google lately:
- Infant Heimlich YouTube
- How to disable a Maytag dryer buzzer
- Ricotta cheese and cocoa recipes
- Rice house by Richard Neutra
- Glen Echo park Maryland
- National Zoo
- National Cathedral
That’s a little glimpse into my life lately. How about you?
Image courtesy of the Science Museum of Virginia
I’m taking Mark with me to a tour of the Rice house by architect Richard Neutra on Friday. It’s being put on by the Virginia AIA all the way down in Richmond. When I received the email invitation last week I got crazy excited. Crazy excited. I decided I needed to sign up immediately and think about the logistics later. The logistics being what to do with Mark. I’m hoping he’ll put on his big boy pants and behave while I bring him with me on the hour and a half tour. And become a very cultured 7 month old. Pray for us [or think positive thoughts, whatever it is you do] that we make it through and I’m not super embarrassed about the way he acts in front of a lot of architects I don’t know. All in the name of Neutra.
[Don’t know who Neutra is? Well, he’s one of Modernism’s most prominent architects. Born in 1892 in Vienna, Neutra studied architecture under Adolf Loos and worked in Germany before coming to the United States in 1923. He worked briefly under Frank Lloyd Wright before joining friend and fellow Modernist Rudolf Schindler in California. He lived and worked there for the majority of his career, and was known for his residential work and the importance he placed on clients’ needs and lifestyles.]
Hopefully I’ll be able to snap a few photos if my hands aren’t too full of a wiggly Mark. Either way I’ll be posting about the trip- may have to use internet photos. Please come back next week to see if we survived!