Getting settled in a new space takes time and experimentation. I've been busy adding casters and coats of white paint to every piece of furniture that could accommodate them and exploring the many uses for seamless painter's drop cloths. So far, I have made curtains, a folding screen, upholstery, and storage closet doors from this inexpensive sturdy fabric.
My next door studio neighbor is an art quilter named Nancy Goodman. www.etsy.com/shop/NancyGoodmanQuilts
She's here most every day, all day, and it's such a great boost knowing there's somebody on the other side of the wall, producing work, contending with this solitary pursuit, and managing a household.
It's Saturday, Bill is crewing on a friend’s sailboat, and I'm preparing a mailing for an upcoming workshop. Downstairs, there's a market going on every week till the end of the month. I bought some okra and tomatoes for tonight's dinner.
Today, I feel like life is a little closer to manageable.
ps. The workshop details can be found here: