Friday, January 15, 2010

ph: Through The Looking Glass

Dai ponders a future drinking coffee in project hampden.

"If you build it, they will come"

As the days grind forever onward at project hampden, I notice more and more people peering through the doorway for a looksee at what's going on inside.  Usually, they can see lots of dust, mess and perhaps a glimpse of what's to come, but not much.  The frosted glaze over the storefront windows obscure all but the tallest (or highest jumping) of gawkers.

Today I let loose Rebecca, Jenny and Ilenia on the interior polishing the floors, cleaning the bathroom and prepping some equipment in anticipation of our first group training tomorrow.  The Saturday sessions we've been holding in Towson will move tomorrow to project hampden - even though there's still a bit more plumbing and installations to be completed.  Time to get everyone used to the space they will be inheriting as their home in a couple of weeks.

While there's still much to be done, I thought I'd give the readers a glimpse of what the public sees when they peer through the glass entry doorway into what I'm hoping will be an exciting experience for them.

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