That day was to be one of my first deep descents in the valley of decision making. It's not a place I thrive in and certainly not one I like to visit. There were small forays before and there were worse visits after, but this was the first time it really, really mattered.
I was trying to decide where to go to college, and the factors I'd considered previously were falling apart. So I made a choice based on feelings and architecture. I fell in love with the Tanner Building and the Joseph F. Smith Building. They're boxy and bold. I decided to study whatever was in those buildings, but I ended up spending all my time as a student in the JFSB.
Now, it's the Tanner's turn.
|I'm still not sure what it is about this building that gets to me.|
This time though, it will be a more professional association, rather than an educational one.
|It's hard to see, but these trees outside my office are stunning.|
In short, I'm as head over heels about this job as the building it's housed in. Times fourteen. And a little bit.