What is one of my biggest dreams?
To have a studio room all to myself.
It will be planned out and have nooks and crannies,
a big window with oodles of light and a lovely view,
an artist's desk,
a soft, cozy spot to snuggle up under a lap blanket and dream,
and of course all my collection of materials---
brushes, paints, sequins, pens, special paper, scrapbooks,
and on and on.
They are all downstairs piled and stuffed into a dark section of the basement
patiently waiting a new home.
The pictures are of some wonderful studios,
any of which I'd consider myself highly blessed to have.
I have this desk, disassembled and piled in the garage.
I love bulletin boards and consider this huge one a dream.
These feature another woman's dream.
Scruffy had to get involved.
As soon as I laid out open the books to photograph,
she sprawled on top of them.
I scooted her aside,
but then she ended up sleeping close by.
The smaller craft areas were taken from the above books.
The studios were from the book below.
As we head into another winter here in this tiny home,
Mike and I are getting a clearer picture of what we want in our future home.
He understands my need for a studio.
I understand his need for a man-cave.
It will be in the basement and the walls will be soundproof.
That way he can watch a football game or blast ACDC on the radio
and I won't be disturbed.
It will be warm and comfortable and near his workroom.
We support each other's dreams
and are leaning more and more towards building.
Anyhow, for more corner view dreams,
check out Francesca's Fuoriborgo.
Thanks you Tzivia for providing us with this week's theme.
Next week's theme is "Home Sweet Home"