A Room Of One’s Own – Week 2 – Update

Last week I introduced you to the work being done in the back garden. Since John first surprised me with the idea of a room of my own, I’ve imagined all the places I could place my desk and what my view might be while writing. I’ve gone back and forth thinking… should I position it so I’d be looking at the wall or would an outside view be better for my creative process. I’m still trying to decide what would be less distracting and better for my work.

Watching Brian and Bob our builders work over the last few weeks has been a lesson in not letting distractions get in the way. They’ve worked steadily through a heat wave while breaking up the concrete for new the plumbing. It looked like tough work making a space beneath the walkway and along the side of the house. They spent the better part of a week digging deep into the backyard (garden) through three or four feet of dirt and rock to lay more pipes for the new bathrooms and making way for the foundation. Recently Brian and Bob have had to work around the rain with enough stops and starts to aggravate even the most patient soul. We’ve had a wet week or two lately and they never seem put off by it.  All along they’ve moved at a pace that John said was faster than he’d imagined possible and we don’t think it will be too long before we see the roof going on.







4 thoughts on “A Room Of One’s Own – Week 2 – Update

  1. Holy Smokes! So much is done! I love the stone.

    I positioned my desk/ work table with my back to the wall, my face to the window. I like the light and the general mood lift of the window.

  2. Wow! It’s going up fast!

    Although I’m restricted in my space because of baby proofing, etc., I have a window to my right side, and I like it that way. I can look out the window w/out the computer monitor in the way, and I can also see the rest of the room. I like feeling space around me.

    I’m sure you are having fun deciding everything you want for your special room.

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