until my sewing room has been painted and everything put back in again. I'm sure there was a good reason for deciding to decorate the room, but it's difficult to remember it when everything is in uproar. This morning I took everything out of the room and stacked it in the dining room though some of the things have ended up in the kitchen.
It's amazing how much stuff came out of such a small room.
The first view is from the door, looking straight out into the garden; the second view is to the left of the door and the third is the view to the right. And that's it. But it's a room I can call my own and where I can leave everything out that I'm working. I'm lucky not to have to work in a corner of the dining room or lounge.
This afternoon I washed down the walls and the woodwork, and Christopher filled up all the little holes left by taking hooks down. He felt that I'd been showing you too many pictures of Ruby recently, so here's a couple of Man at Work.
He likes to get properly dressed for the job in hand as you can see, even though it only took him about five minutes. But it got him in the right mood - and gave him an opportunity to ask for cups of tea!
Tomorrow we shall start to paint, and since it's such a small room, it hopefully won't take us too long to finish. Then I'll show you what it looks like.