Rochester male proves T-shirts are not trivial

June 18, 2018 - metal shoes

If you’re looking for T-shirt, John Sievers, of Rochester, Minn., can substantially set we up.

Tuesday outlines a 365th uninterrupted day that Sievers has ragged a opposite T-shirt, capping his year-long bid to pull courtesy to his community.

He started his plan during Rochesterfest final year with a thought of wearing some of his opposite shirts to foster creativity and artists in a city. The organizations and businesses would post a design on their Facebook page.

“Somewhere in those initial dual weeks, we done a shining mistake of adding a proviso to my daily post observant I’d keep wearing a shirt each day until we ran out. we positively didn’t design to be wearing shirts for 365 days, though infrequently ideas perceptible in ways we can never foresee,” he wrote in a Rochester Post-Bulletin.

He’s honoring a eventuality that started a idea: Rochesterfest.

John Sievers

“This past year, we wore t-shirts for H2O skiing teams, for organizations that support people with disabilities, for artistic artists, for marching bands, and for nonprofits that support people with addiction,” he writes on his Facebook page.

I attempted yoga poses, hold owls, and was introduced to choice medicines like cupping. we met brush ballers in spongy-soled boots and schooled about Rochester’s curling scene. we listened to complicated steel bands, found new flavors, and detected human-sized inflatable hamster balls.

I schooled about a health of a Zumbro watershed, watched drum derby in action, met radio DJs, tasted internal brews, celebrated a correct approach to overlay a cut of pizza, shook hands with a city’s entrepreneurs, detected amicable probity issues, review a difference of internal novelists, and let my daughter fire me with a crawl and arrow (don’t worry it was of a Nerf variety).

THIS IS IT. DAY 365! Today’s shirt, a final central shirt of my #rochestertshirttribute goes out to Rochesterfest …

Posted by John Sievers on Monday, Jun 18, 2018

What’s he going to wear Tuesday? A T-shirt. The one his mother and daughters gave him for Father’s Day final year only before he started a streak.

(h/t: Michael Garner)

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