If you’re new to What Remains Now…let me catch you up.
January – I started my blog and wanted to have a creative space in my home, so I took over my daughter’s old room (with her permission). My plan was to set goals, accomplish those goals and do it for $150. I can assure you I wasn’t, but all evidence points to drug use over the holiday season.
February – I begged forgiveness, but was still delusional and promised good things in March.
March – I realized that writing a blog does NOT give you magical powers (drats!) and you are still the same person you were before you started writing a blog…for me that means a laid-back procrastinator. So I told it like it is…this is going to take at least a year.
Here’s this month’s update…
1. I added two shelves. This arrangement looks better to me and gives me more storage space.
2. I removed the big table. I’m re-thinking the whole table thing. For me and my habits, a big table might as well have a sign on it that says, “Put as much junk on me as you can until I am completely non-functional.” Who wants that in their beautiful, inspirational creative space? I want to look at a workspace I can easily put up when I need it, but just as easily take down before I get a case of the “messies.”
Here’s the big project this month…
3. I cleaned out the closet. Wondering what the black thing in the bottom of the closet is (third picture)…Twinkie, the kitty. You know a cat can’t resist a new “empty” space.
Come back in May to see what happens next!