|I wish I had a good quality camera to capture the charm of this room|
There is a lot stuff happening in my home office- there's a PC, a laptop, printer, notebooks and pads and pens to write with, a fan to combat the extreme heat and various hand creams to make me comfortable, speakers for when I play music or my favourite radio station, books, seeds, my sun hat... The green kist is packed full of fabrics that I also plan to use for me or the house. It has also been known to serve as a visitor chair:)
I love... love my new chalkboard wall too, where I'm currently scribbling out a children's story. The problem with that story is that my pacing was off, but putting it on the wall like that, I can make sure I have the same number of sentences in each page.
From my main workstation I can easily look up at the wall, I can see if the words on my manuscript fit the allocated space or not, and thus, cut out whatever excess I have.
Last night I was climbing up and down the kist so I could reach high up on the wall ( I AM short!) and just being a able to move and stretch as I write, music playing in the background... it was great. Now all I can hope for is that these words that are streaming out are publishable. Somewhere.
|If it's on this wall, I don't have to remember it|
In other news, yesterday we dug up the potatoes in these two bowls from the garden. They came from one bed out of 5 similar beds and if the output from the remaining beds is the same, I will not be buying potatoes in a very long while.
Currently we don't buy carrots, beetroot, onions, spinach, butternut/pumpkin and squash either, as we have a glut of that from the garden. I'm happy with that.