Banks - see if your University helps to fund internships - you can try Dallas and help me sort through the latest Thomas Mason, D&J And., Loro Piana and C. Barbera swatch books...
If that were possible I'd be in Dallas in no time.
...of course given your love of fine fabrics your head just might explode. FWIW - the new DJA certified sea islands (120's) are nicer than the Egyptian 2x200's. Next week we'll see the new Piana and Barbera lines and I'm anxious enough that we're getting up at 5 that day to make the train from Milan to Biella - if you have a job where you WANT to get up at 5am so you can fit more work into the day you are on to something.
I didn't know D&J Anderson did anything lower than 170s. Â So they do a "sea island" 120s which you prefer over the D&J Anderson 200s? I definitely agree, I would want to have a job I would really look forward to every day.
I know it sounds silly- but follow your heart. I know so many people, including myself, who took 20 years to discover this. Better to start now while you're young before you begin believing the myths propagated by the population-manipulating, Madison Avenue types about all the things you need to acquire. What good is a bunch of stuff if you have to spend 40+ hours a week doing something you're not sure about, or just can't stand?
Thanks Steve. Â Good advice. Â Seeing my little blurb above on job inclinations, what might you(any of you) make of it - what path to follow?
PS can someone tell me how you get those cool boxes around your quotes
All you need to do is put a bracket [HERE]YOUR TEXT[/HERE] but replace "HERE" with "QUOTE"