Month: November 2016

Santa Claus Haus: frankenframing

In 1811 an 18-year-old author had a waking vision. The year was one of considerable rain and the girl once remarked that the sun had been extinguished. She – Mary Shelley – picked up her pen, closed her drapes, and returned to darkness and clay in her epigraph, which she took from John Milton’s Paradise Lost: “Did I request thee, Maker, from my clay/To mould me man? Did I solicit thee/From darkness to promote me?” And with those words came the tale of the “wretched beast” we now know as Frankenstein. A creature born from the parts of the...

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Lenoir County Public Schools Joins The Tiny House Movement

I have been fortunate enough to team up with our county school system to work with high school students in the CTE (career and technical education) program, to build a 20’ long tiny house on wheels being called the Tiny Blue Devil. The build will be updated on  Students at South Lenoir High School in Deep Run, NC are embarking on a new project that is quickly becoming a big deal even though it is actually quite tiny. “Lenoir County Public Schools strive to give its students as many enriching experiences and opportunities that will expand, not only their...

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