diary of a move, 1

there’s more to come – so much i want to tell you about this move – but for today, just take a peek at my writing table . . . and chair (once belonged to my paternal granddaddy, the banker. i’m researching a book about him now.) . . . and muse:

NCWritingSpot

and my view:

WritingView

for reasons we’ll talk about later, my writing space has been relocated and reduced to this:

studiocabinets

into which must fit this:

boxes1

and this:

boxes2

and this:

boxes3

there is some serious magic-making in my immediate future.

3 Comments

  1. Julie Mangano

    Love the picture of the writing desk. It reminds me of a kitchen table that my grandparents had which came to a very sharp point on one side. That must have been tres chic at one time. 🙂

  2. Elizabeth Marie

    If anyone can make serious magic, it’s you. When you’re done, I will lure you here to help me store the stacks of things that keep piling up mysteriously around my own desk. Good luck!

  3. Mrsmediocrity

    but somehow i have always suspected that you are very good at magic.but don’t work too hard, frequent breaks are a requirement when unpacking.

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