Of all the shapes that exist, circles are my favorite. They aren’t easily divided. There are only two sides: in and out.

Some people like to say, “think outside of the box.” Nah, I’d rather think inside the circle. It’s more fun. Plus, if you were to tell your boss that, you’d watch them grow more confused as they try to piece together what you mean.

If you don’t know what a circle is, I can’t explain it to you. There’s no point.

Have you noticed that there are a lot of pointless things in life? Arguing with stupid people and wisdom teeth are the first ones that come to mind.

I also wonder why pizza boxes are square, pizza is a circle, and the slices are cut into triangles. What kind of nonsense is that?

Just once, I want a square box, a square pizza, and a square slice. That makes more sense. I feel like a pizza place in Sherman Country really needs to get on that.



If You Cut Corners…

There’s a saying that if you cut corners, you’ll keep going in circles. This can be both figurative and literal. If you think about it too much, it’ll make your head hurt. Just trust me on this one.

We see people cut corners all the time, and it’s never a good thing. They think that the cuts will save them time and/or money.

The problem is that it never pans out the way that they anticipated. It usually ends up in something that isn’t aesthetically pleasing. It may also result in poor craftsmanship.

I don’t mind my geometry teacher asking me to draw a circle. But to then ask me to turn that circle into two equal parts? That’s where I draw the line.

Of course, it depends on what you’re cutting corners on. If it’s cooking a meal, you might be safe as long as the protein is cooked all the way through (and assuming you’re not serving it to Gordon Ramsay.

If you’re cutting corners on construction, you’re likely going to regret that decision. Maybe not right away, but at some point, those cuts will come back to haunt you.

It’s okay to take the easy way as long as you’re not cutting corners. That’s why they make meal kits. It’s also why there are pole barn builders, like us at Sherman.

After all, don’t make things harder than they have to be. That’s what she shed!

Don’t want to make it hard? You can have a she shed or any other pole barn built for you. You can ensure you get quality craftsmanship that will last for decades.


Have Some Pointless Fun

“Weekends don’t count unless you spend them doing something completely pointless.” – Bill Watterson

There are plenty of things to do in Sherman Country, so why would you spend a weekend doing work and chores if there are better options?

There are two types of fun that you can have.

Pointed fun involves having fun while you work toward something. You know, like when you decide to water the lawn but also have a water hose fight at the same time. The lawn got some quality H2O, and you made some memories along the way.

Pointless fun is about living in the moment and focusing on pure joy without accomplishing anything more than getting dopamine to the brain. This is the kind of fun you have because it’s the weekend and you need to unwind.

It may be in the form of fishing, riding around in an ATV, boating in the middle of a lake, or simply curling up in a hammock with a good book.

Having a place to escape to for your pointless fun is critical. It may be on your property or somewhere tucked away in Sherman Country. The point is for there not to be any point. It’s okay to go in circles periodically. Just don’t get too dizzy in the process.


Let’s Get to the Point…

That’s what she shed, am I right?

There’s always a time when the fun must come to an end. Someone rambles on for too long, and their long-windedness leaves you wondering if they’ll ever get to the point.

That’s not happening right now, obviously, but I’m going to get to the point anyway. After all, you already know that I have to say something about the quality erections that are seen all over town. And I already know that you want to know more about them. I guess that’s the point I’m trying to make.

You need a place to have some fun. A steel barn can be crafted as your secret hideaway somewhere on your property. Make it a man cave or a she shed. Build it as large as you desire. Our expert builders will help you plan every last detail.

You also need a place to store your fun. If you decide your pointless fun is going to be in the form of ATVs, a boat, or anything else that requires vehicles or equipment, you need a storage facility. Renting a facility is ridiculous because you have to go out of your way to access the contents.

With a pole barn, you can have everything on your property. Plus, you don’t have to worry about filling your garage or barn with stuff. You can have a dedicated space for your fun. And we’ll work with you to build the pole barn that works best for you, complete with French doors, windows, and more. Just tell us what your vision is, and we’ll bring it to life.

At Sherman, we love to have pointless fun. However, we don’t believe in cutting corners. We also don’t like going in circles for too long. The occasional circle is fine, but we’re not NASCAR drivers. We like to have a destination in mind.

The point we’re making is that Sherman Pole Buildings knows how to give you what you want (quality erections) so that you can have fun and be responsible at the same time. Pointed fun, if you will.

When you’re ready to focus on quality craftsmanship, give us a call.