Devon on January 15th, 2012

So, I couldn’t think of a New Year’s resolution to add to my others until now. It actually takes care of two birds with one stone. First, I have not been writing in my blog as much as I would like. Second, I need to study-up on my plants for my LARE exams this year. […]

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Devon on May 31st, 2010

Okay, I have not written in a long time and I still have nothing to say. So, here are some interesting useless words: Callipygian: to have a nice butt. Defenestrate: the action of throwing someone or something out of a window. Floccinaucinihilipilification: the action or habit of estimating something as worthless. And I’ll leave you […]

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Devon on April 16th, 2010

It’s common for people to evaluate their lives after tragedy, sickens, birthdays, and when a new year comes around — so it will be no surprise to you that I have just evaluated my life. I’m turning 25. According to — after answering many “life” questions — I am expected to live to a […]

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Devon on April 1st, 2010

April is National Landscape Architecture Month. I am proud to be in the profession that for the third year in a row, U.S. News & World Report has named among the best career choices! National Landscape Architecture Month is most likely April because it is the birth month of Me! — but I guess more […]

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Devon on February 16th, 2010

Long time no write. Not much to report. I’ve just been working and exploring Dallas. Work is going well. I really enjoy what I do. The best part, I have things to do! — which make the days go by fast. Every task in each project is like a puzzle — I love puzzles. My […]

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Devon on October 9th, 2009

In today’s fast paced electronic world, our gadgets are updated, improved, and redesigned faster then the original product can become outdated (but the parts are still relevant). But I just gotta have the new one! So what happens to the original gadget? If you are like me the gadget, its AC adapter, and user manual […]

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Devon on October 5th, 2009

Well, it must be almost Halloween in this material world of ours. I was at Walmart the other day (yes, Devon went to Walmart, pick up your lower jaw) and found the aisle of Halloween candy. You read right, aisle of candy. You have to understand, it does not come through well in the photo, […]

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Devon on September 2nd, 2009

I hate to eat lunch alone. It’s horrible, you feel so self-conscious. Just sitting there chewing your food and you don’t know where to look. How long can you pretend you’re intrigued by cutting or unwrapping your food. So you try and act like you’re really involved in reading a flyer/triangular ad that’s on the […]

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Devon on June 18th, 2009

You probably do not know this about me, but I like researching the origins of sayings/phrases. It may stem from my mother being a linguist or that I am extremely bored — you pick. Recently, I explained to a friend that the saying “sweating like a pig” makes no sense. Most people say it when […]

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Devon on June 9th, 2009

Oh yeah, you might find this interesting. — I forgot to tell you. When I was in Germany, watching German Entertainment news (like E!) I discovered that Sandra Bullock speaks fluent German. Who knew! ,,Danke Aller”

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