There seems to be a pattern developing here. We only buy houses in states ending in "a". Not to mention following our son and his family. Okay, we're following the grandkids. This maybe the last move. I said maybe...because once before I swore the move to Virginia from California was the last and "never" again. My bad.
For the most part we are pretty much moved in to the new digs. We still have the kitchen to be remodeled, cabinets are due to be delivered on 5Apr. No date set yet for installation as yet. The sewing room is up and running, much to Elaine's satisfaction...like me and the longarm...in storage for five months.
The Longarm...well...Elaine needs light, windows, she has three, and sun, all day till dusk. She says I've been in the dark for so long that the basement would be the perfect place. I hate it when she's right. The basement is now Studio One. Well actually the whole house is Studio One. I could be happier, not by much...I have to leave to take a shower and use the facilities. No bathroom in the basement. With her on the second floor and me in the basement we have to schedule meetings and meals to see each other. Which really is working out well. We haven't shared lunch time together for years. It has been a very pleasant change.
It is in fact the first time the Longarm, the drums and the Man Cave are in the same room or even on the same floor. I mean really, who wouldn't like to have this much space for their hobby, passion and entertainment. PlayStation 5 yet to be installed.
|Coffee, or maybe a cold drink?|
|Did I forget to mention a small basement workshop?...Sorry.|
The crème de la crème...A first floor office. It will be the quilter's area where they can choose their pattern and thread to be used for their quilts. It eliminates them having to take the trek down to the LA Room. Not to say that they can't, but for many navigating the steep stairs can be troublesome...I know. It also serves as my morning "to do" area. First cup of coffee, the days scheduling, weather check, Facebook Posting and review, emails and messages, and the daily routine of banking and financial matters associated with everyday life. Not to mention a quick browse on Amazon, Lowes and Walmart...you know, just in case I need something.