I had to click about 4 boxes: I work with engineers constantly, write both technical and marketing stuff (and down-home stuff: gardening, exercise, how-to).
How to build a house is not in my repertoire yet.
We just lost a guy who had an interesting concept of frame construction: stack 2 x 6s and sheets of plywood until everything lines up.
Very heavy, very expensive, and no structural advantage. Too bad we lost him. Yep, sarcasm.
Ten of the sun room's windows went in yesterday. Today the sliding glass patio door goes in, and we'll be almost ready to close it up for winter, break down as much of the wall to the rest of the house as we can, and start moving plants in.
It's like being right in the garden. I can't see the MO from it, but ... makes it easier to get to the parking area. This house had two exits, and each of them involves going through half the house (or more) to get anywhere. Now I can go str8 out into the garden.
I sell commercial wallcovering. Now isn't that exciting? The only funny thing that I honestly didn't notice until some of my clients started pointing it out was that the name of my company is very similar to that of my car. (Muraspec...Murano) I can't tell you how many times someone has said to me "Did you buy this car because it has the same prefix as your company's name?" Now, I may be a geek, but that would be pushing it. (It is kinda cool though)