|View towards the cow pasture|
Facing the veggies garden and cow pasture on the left side of the wall, I'll set up my sewing machine. It lives in a cute, old fashioned sewing desk that I found at a thrift store for $70. I'm toying with the idea of painting it, maybe to match the trim in this studio.
Although the windows are dirty right now, I wanted to share with you this zoomed in view of the cow pasture. Hmmmm. The farmer moved the cows and hasn't brought them back since the tornadoes, so is it still a cow pasture?
|Zoomed view of the cow (?) pasture ... Yes, that's a church steeple off in the distance|
I'm comforted when I am still and am reminded of his presence ... in storms ... and in peace. Another blessing to me.
|Backyard view .... before the tree stumps have been removed|
Then there will be a cutting table to the left of the sewing machine to make an L-shaped work area. The cutting area will face the back yard. There's lots of landscaping which is begging to be done. We're hoping that tomorrow, the tree service will stick to their word and show up to remove the stumps.
|Zoom of the view from the cutting table|
The shed is mostly fallen, but sort of leaning on the stump. It will be nice to get rid of all that mess and be able to start over with a new garden shed (moved over to solid ground).
|A blessing from the storm|
|Left half of the back yard view|
|Quilt Studio from the kitchen|
So I haven't taken photos of the closet where I'll store threads and fabrics - away from the sunshine. Oh well, it's a closet. No shelving yet. I have a few ideas, so when we move back in, I'll have more to share.
|Entrance to Rec Room ... sort of an inner hallway|
Here's the rec room taken from the center toward the entrance. We've considered a couple of tables across the hallway area for spreading out to do homework.
|Back yard view ... directly above the quilt studio|
|Rec Room ... window facing the front of the house|
The large nook near the front window is for my husband's man-cave-without-a-door. I'm imagining a room divider which won't impede the air flow too much. I know he's excited to have some space of his own. The teens are eager to fill the rec room up with friends. It will be so fun to see the paint finished, the carpets installed and to feel a cool a/c breeze and hear the giggles which are such a large part of sleepovers.
Enjoy your day!