What an imagination Cason has. He told me this story at bathtime last night. Thank you for letting me interpret it for you.
Meet the Contractor. The box he came in said he was a tugboat captain but do tugboat captains wear hardhats? I don’t think so.
This is the Architect C. He’s very talented… obviously. The contractor wants to build this dome on the edge of the wildlife reserve. He doesn’t care about the animals. He makes a big mess and only cares about the bottom line (not all contractors, just this one).
See the turtle sunning on the edge of the reserve? The contractor doesn’t care about him… Architect C does.
Here’s the penguin. He fell off his matt but he was sunning.
Sometimes the Architect cares a little too much about the animals. Wait C, penguins aren’t tasty.
C, you can’t eat the contractor. Sometimes you want to but don’t eat him. There’s got to be another way.
As usual, the interior designer saves the day. She sets up a program to save the wildlife and still build the dome. It’s all about recycling… and working together.
There is even room for ducks on the reserve. Yea, everyone is happy.
The interior designer then does the architects hair. Interior designers need a laugh sometimes.
*In the real world interior designers do not do Architects hair… unless of course they are married to an architect. In general though- it would not be an acceptable practice at the office.