Downtown details.

Most days Genifer picks me up from work. But on Tuesday and Friday evenings, I ride the bus home. I leave work and walk down Fourth Street. I walk by this construction site with TWO tower cranes…

And the future site of a Kitty’s Coffee…

Fourth Street has a lot of pretty architecture…

We’ll have to check out Aster sometime soon…

I walk down Fourth Street to Walnut Street. And as I walk up Walnut, I walk by the Renaissance Hotel

I wait for the bus at Government Square. And when I get on the bus, it goes right by the building that was getting built across the street from where I used to work

It’s grown considerably since I moved on to much greener pastures. It’s grown to six floors now in just over six weeks. It’s not a bad walk across downtown at all.

I’ll have to do a better job of documenting my walk down Fourth Street to catch the bus at Government Square. πŸ˜€πŸ™οΈπŸš§β€οΈ

A Grey Friday.

As promised, I switched desks at work today. I wasn’t the only person. Almost everyone shifted desks at work today. Here was my old set-up…

And here is my new set-up…

Pretty much exactly the same. Just a little bit further from the window. Bit of a bummer.

And that makes this, the last WyzeCam photo from Grey Midwest

Dang. At least, they brought in a whole bunch of different McDonalds breakfast stuffs for the big move this morning…

I ate a bacon, egg & cheese biscuit and almost immediately didn’t feel good. And that’s why I don’t eat McDonalds.

The view from the other side of Grey’s floor looking east is so pretty. I love all the highways overlapping each other and there are some train tracks over there with the Ohio River and the rolling hills in the background…

And those clouds…

If I could set-up a WyzeCam looking out of this window. I would probably watch this view all day long. I’d never get anything done.

On the bus ride home, I got to see the progress they’ve been making on the building they were constructing across from where I used to work…

They’ve really made some progress. And I finally feel like have too. πŸ€”πŸ’»πŸ“·πŸš§β€οΈ

My last day at Deskey.

After six years, today was my last day at Deskey. This is what my office looked like at the end of last week before I accepted the offer for my new position…

And here’s what it looked like this morning…

I’m going to miss being able to see Carew Tower out of my office window…

I’m not going miss that terrible ArtWorks mural of the pale lady staring at me all day…

I’m really going to miss watching the construction across the street take shape…

You know it’s time to move on when that’s the thing you’re going to miss the most…

Thanks for a good six years, Deskey. Best wishes for your continued success. Say what you will, it’s definitely been an experience…

Turning the page, and onto the next chapter. We’ll be staying in Cincinnati. I’m joining the Midwest office of the Grey Group as a Senior Designer. I’m sooo excited about this new adventure.Β  My first day will be next Wednesday.Β πŸ˜€πŸ‘‹β€οΈ

Constructing Cincinnati.

And they’re on to the next floor on the construction across the street

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Constructing Cincinnati.

Across the street, they were laying the concrete foundation on the first floor today…

It was a pretty neat process to watch take shape.Β πŸ˜€πŸš§β€οΈ

Constructing Cincinnati.

It looks like they finished the support structure for the first floor of the building they are constructing across the street...

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Constructing Cincinnati.

They make progress every day at the construction site across the street

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Constructing Cincinnati.

Just checking in on the progress with the construction across the street

And this afternoon, I had to walk across downtown and I got to see the construction that is taking place at Fourth and Race Streets…

I don’t know why I find construction sites so fascinating. I just think construction sites are pretty interesting and it’s neat to be able to watch something brand new start to grow out of nothing and take shape. πŸ˜€πŸš§β€οΈ

Constructing Cincinnati.

I was riding the Metro 17 bus home this evening and I couldn’t help but notice there was a huge pile of rubble where they are tearing down the old Deaconess Hospital

That’s a pretty big pile of rubble. πŸ˜€πŸš§β€οΈ

Constructing Cincinnati.

Every Monday, I’m always kind of excited to see what progress they made on the over the weekend on construction project across the street

I find it all really interesting. πŸ˜€πŸš§β€οΈ