Happy New Year 2018! What a difference a year makes! This time last year I was celebrating a brand new studio redo.
That Was Then
In all honesty, the room really never stayed like this – it’s a working studio after all and I tend to make “creative messes.” It was certainly colorful!
This is Now
Hurricane Harvey wasn’t nice. The hardest hit room of my house was the studio. As a former two-car garage, the studio has a step-down and is lower than the rest of the house. Harvey came and stayed for several days, each night bringing in more water. During the day a lot would drain down, except in the studio. It remained under water for 5 days with approximately 5 inches. Most things were put up high….but water is water and it causes walls to have to come down. Which simply means a four letter word – WORK!
But that was then. This is now.
Things were reorganized, somewhat, into buckets and now those buckets must be moved into storage because reconstruction starts tomorrow!
My Mission Impossible
And I chose to accept it! Move things out so the reconstruction can begin. So many exciting things are going to be happening in 2018. For example – see those stack of clear buckets in the photo above- take a good look – that area is going to become a guest powder room! I am so excited to have a “second potty” – it’s going to be sew perfect for future quilting classes!
Yep, lots of changes coming in 2018. I’m ready to begin this journey! Hope you will hang around and cheer me through it!
This is Karen Overton, The Quilt Rambler, Texas Strong by the grace of God!