Now that I have lovely new lungs and don't need to use the nebuliser three times a day, I thought it was high time that I finally moved the computer (and everything else that goes with it) into the studio space.
I've had a real lack of motivation lately when it comes to design, and I'm sure it was just because I didn't want to go and sit in the spare room where the computer lived.
I made a start lastnight... I made sure to take photos of all of the connections before I unplugged anything, just in case I couldn't work out how to put it all back together!
I continued on today, moving all of the storage out of the studio and into the spare room (that was previously the study).
I put my old computer desk on the naturestrip with a sign. I hope it finds a lovely new home.
After more than three hours and a full wheelie bin of junk, this is what I ended up with. It all looks a bit white and bare, but for me, this is the kind of space that I need to be able to work.
I just need to find a space in the garage to store all of those empty boxes that are sitting on top of the cupboards and then I'll be happy.
Hey, now that the computer is in the studio, I might even start blogging more often again!
I went to the visit the Hotties at Open Drawer today after my HLTTV Editors meeting, and my fellow double lung transplant recipient (and photographer extraordinaire) Snap Happy Ian bought along his camera gear to take some lovely photos for me.
(I promise I won't subject you to any of my crappy iPhone photos in this post).
There are lots of Hotties still up for grabs - anything that DOES NOT have a red dot is still for sale.
If you're interested in buying one of your very own, I'm happy to collect it from Open Drawer and pop it in the post for you next week. All you need to do is email me - firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, leave a comment on this post and I'll get back to you - but please make sure your email address in enabled in your ID or I won't be able to email you back.