Better and Worse

I’ve spent a LOT of time working on the studio recently. I’m getting into the back corners now. This is what it looked like a few days ago.

This is the area where I have my bead table, and papers and books, and storage, and metal working, etc etc.

I got the bead table completely cleared, although some of that went into a couple boxes of “bead soup” that will need to be sorted later once I have my new drawers in place.

That table actually got swapped with Dave’s model making table (He needed something sturdier and I needed one that overlaps it’s legs and can go right against the wall over the heating registers).

The small bookcase got completely emptied and moved out and I’m working on the file cabinets. It’s amazing how many shells and rocks and pieces of driftwood I had in just one of those drawers.

There have been several points where I want to run screaming from the room. So far, Dave’s reminded me how far I’ve come and that even if it looks like more of a disaster area than when I started, it is getting there.

I’m trying to keep that in mind as I look at everything stacked around, waiting for someplace to go… I just want to get it done and make things again.

So for anyone else who’s going through a seemingly never ending project, hang in there 🙂

Posted by Skygrazer

Polymer clay addict and artist. Also fascinated by kaleidoscopes.

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