It’s time for a “reveal.”
On most writers’ blogs when the word “reveal” is used, it’s to share your soon-to-be-published book cover. Not quite ready for that yet.
But, we–husband Bob and me–are almost ready to “reveal” The Writing Studio in its finished state. I first shared images of my studio in this post. It’s been a long process, and I’m so grateful to my designer/builder Bob for the fantastic job he has done.
From the initial planning stages, Bob’s hand has been in the design, placement in our backyard, and materials. These are the things he knows how to do and does well. I’m so certain of his skills and abilities I sit back and wait until he’s finished.
Occasionally, someone (yes, Marian!) would ask about when images would be posted. I would hem and haw and give some silly excuse. But it was just taking time what with doctors’ appointments, medical tests, injuries, physical therapy appointments (both of us!), and more. And until my health began to improve, I wasn’t going to be able to work in the studio much.
I’m happy to say we’re almost there…only a few things remain to be done.
You’ll only have to wait two weeks!
Yes, we’re that close! Can you believe it?
Pictures will be posted of the finished Studio right here on the blog two weeks from today. Yesterday I hung a few items on the walls, looked at what needed to be done inside before the photo shoot (like I’m some kind of professional photographer–not!).
Maybe I’ll even get brave and do the tour in video format. You’ll never know if you don’t come back in a couple of weeks to see for yourself.
Woohoo — looking forward to it!
Woohoo indeed, Laurie! Can’t wait to share.
How exciting, Sherrey! Can’t wait to see it.
Kathy, it is exciting. I find myself getting up first thing in the morning and taking a peek out our bedroom window to check on it. And it’s always still there! Looking forward to sharing images with all of you.
How wonderful! I am so happy for you and look forward to experiencing it on your blog site. 🙂
Hi Gwen and welcome! It is going to be wonderful. A place all my own with no distractions. The quiet under our trees is awesome. Don’t forget in two weeks I’ll be sharing images.
Can’t wait to see your new space!
Linda, can’t wait to share it with you and other writing friends.
So happy you’re ab;e to live this dream!
Sharon, thanks for your beautiful sentiment. There have been days I’ve wondered if Bob was wasting his time. And this morning I felt fine, but by afternoon I could hardly walk from the house to the studio. It’s enough to drive a girl crazy! Thanks for stopping by and be sure to come back in a couple of weeks for the reveal.
You sure know how to tease us with suspense. 🙂
I’ve been waiting for this with bated breath, Sherrey. Of course, I’ll be back!
With the injury to his right hand, Bob has had to slow down a bit but he wanted to get this done before the fall and winter rains came. This week he has really been pushing himself. I can’t wait to get the images done and ready for sharing. And I can’t wait to start using my cozy little space.
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