When I moved into the studio at the end of the summer I was all gung-ho about getting it painted and in order. Well, we all know that didn't happen. The need to work has stood in the way of creating a great place to work. Though, now (as my friend Christine said would happen) I'm so relieved I didn't go with my original plan to do a retro black, white and pewter office theme. Now that I've been in the space for awhile I've decided to go another direction totally. Hopefully I'll get to it this summer, but in the meantime I'm glad to at least have a work table set up and a few pretty spaces.
The picture on top is the view from the inside of my Post-It note window display...simple and pretty. The one below is how it looks at night from the outside.
And for all that my studio is or isn't yet, I am glad to have the goddesses clustered together on one of the smaller windows. My studio gets so much light it's crazy. In the summer I'm going to need to block some of it so I don't roast! Already I can work in there without turning on the heat.
My space may not be "Flickr-group" ready or soon to grace the pages of Where Women Create, but it's doing the job for now.
I just got a two week extension on a wallet order and am so relieved. I've been focused, but days like today remind me that I'm not a machine.
I'm excited to share that on March 7th I will be participating in Heather's e-course.
I like the fact that it is simply 30 days and not meant to be a lifelong program unless of course, that's what you want. I have until April 15th to finish my order and I suspect I'll need every minute of it. It's important for me to handle crunch time in a balanced way and not use peanut M & M's and coffee to get me to the finish.
I think the timing of this course couldn't be better.
Blog-land is exploding with so much richness lately...I scarcely know where to begin, but here is my attempt at a good start:
Even though I'm not really a California girl, Mt. Shasta is one of my favorite places on earth, however, if get a chance to visit Big Sur, I'm sure I'd fall in love.