My Dad’s Executive Suite is Now My Daughter’s Co-Working Space

In the 70’s, my dad had a small business in New Orleans called Choctaw Industries where they did non-destructive testing of pipe for the oil industry. He handled sales, always dressed in a suit, and had lamb chop sideburns and a leather box briefcase with the stains and spots of decades in use. The office was typical industrial — a type of commercial space with a few offices attached. On Sundays, we would clean, take the trash out, and vacuum. … Continue reading My Dad’s Executive Suite is Now My Daughter’s Co-Working Space