Since I was a little girl until I was a teenager I enjoyed making model towns from various materials in different settings. I also enjoyed drawing floor plans, I drew thousands of them eliciting my mother's concern. I thought I would study architecture but I realized I preferred the models more than the real things. I made a model town out of cardboards and styrofoam and painted each building's details with watercolor. On the top photo, my sister is inspecting a section of the model which filled our entire apartment when I was in college studying nursing and later speech therapy. I had to stack the sectioned layers for storage. I used matchbox cars to dot the streets. This was the last model I made when I was 19 years old. One day, I finally said goodbye to my hobby and crumpled each section then threw away the entire model town. I saved the matchbox cars. Today I still like models, miniatures and matchbox cars. My current drawing is a tribute to my childhood obsession.