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Capitol Day

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

This month has been very busy, and I haven't blogged about any of the fun stuff that I did. Now that my computer is fixed (thanks to my great, amazing dad who fixed it in between ICU visitations) I'm going to overload everyone with photos from March.

I'm going to start at the beginning of March when interior design students from three different Mississippi colleges went to the Capitol to campaign for interior design legislation. Think about it: tattoo artists and hair dressers have licenses, why shouldn't interior designers? In the state of Mississippi pretty much anyone can be an interior designer. You don't need education or experience of anything. Designers are responsible for the safety and well being of people in buildings. Do you want just anyone to design a building that you spend a lot of time in? That's why designers, educators and students have come together to form Mississippi Coalition of Interior Design Legislation. People from all over the state went to the Capitol on March 3 to convince Senators and Representatives of the importance of this bill.
Here's the group of students from my school who went to the Capitol. We're looking down into the rotunda, which is where everyone's interior design displays were set up.

Students from my school.

The Capitol

I thought the inside of the Capitol was pretty amazing!



4 Responses to “Capitol Day”

  1. That is a beautiful capital building.

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  2. Ahhh!! I got my bridals done in the Austin one! LOVEEEE buildings like this!

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  3. OMG! I lived RIGHT Behind the High Museum (and down the street from IKEA) last year!! (and the year before last!)

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