Posted in October 2013

Block 224: October 6, 2013

  Date: October 6, 2013 Crane: 224 Days Spent on Project: 231 Location: Apartment, Washington Heights, NYC Person I would have sent it to: Lavina J. I first met Lavina during my first year with the NHSI, back in the summer of 2000. She was a 17 year old high school student at that point. … Continue reading

Block 223: October 5, 2013

  Date: October 5, 2013 Crane: 223 Days Spent on Project: 230 Location: Apartment, Washington Heights, NYC Person I would have sent it to: Chris P. Chris was brought on one year to assist (although the correct NHSI term is “associate with”) Andrew W. on all of his work as the Production Manager/Director of the … Continue reading

Block 222: October 4, 2013

  Up at 4am to start the day… Heading by train to Providence. Here’s hoping Amtrak isn’t delayed this time. Date: October 4, 2013 Crane: 222 Days Spent on Project: 229 Location: Apartment, Washington Heights, NYC Person I would have sent it to: Andrew W. Andrew, when I first started working at NHSI in 2000, … Continue reading

Block 221: October 3, 2013

  My beloved iron kicked the bucket while sewing this Crane. I was only able to finish my pressing all my seams with the residual heat as it cooled down. Today, I will have to buy a new iron. Why does it feel like everything I own is falling apart or breaking right now? Crane: … Continue reading

Block 220: October 2, 2013

  What a difference a day makes. Gotta keep the ball rolling now. Crane: 220 Days Spent on Project: 227 Location: Apartment, Washington Heights, NYC Person I would have mailed it to: Devon D. Devon and I graduated from Kenyon the same year. We were in a few plays together, we shared friends and classes. … Continue reading

Block 219: October 1, 2013

  Happy October, everyone. On a side note, the American government is all kinds of messed up. Crane: 219 Days Spent on Project: 226 Location: Apartment, Washington Heights, NYC Person I would have sent it to: Kate M. Kate was brought to the National High School Institute a year or two after my year. Not … Continue reading