These days I can write anywhere, but usually I’m writing in Provincetown, which you’ve seen loads of photos of, or in my study in Columbus. Which I thought about cleaning up, but… here’s the cluttered truth of it. A kind spiral tour.
How delightful! And I do love your “to-be-read shelf.” Looks like mine, only mine is in multiple stacks (thanks to the cats).
Thanks, Anne. Perhaps my project for 2016 should not be just to read 59 books but 59 books from the to-be-read
I love your beautiful wild creative space, especially that to-read stack! That view is pretty spectacular.
Thanks, Dana. It’s great to hear from you. Happy holidays!
love the piles of books. looks like heaven!
Piles and piles and piles! Happy holidays to you, Teresa!
A lovely space to write at home, and it’s not as cluttered as mine.
Well that makes me feel a little better : ) Have a wonderful time in England. Happy holidays to you and your family, Sarah!
I might have to come check out your book selection. I prefer real books to Kindle!!
Me too, Chris–as you can see : )
I LOVE seeing writing spaces (and art, too). Yours looks heavenly—clutter and all! Ah, being surrounded by books is a wonderful thing 🙂
And, btw, I’d really like to know how you make these slide shows and post them. I’d love to do it myself. Do you need special software?
Donna, you’re on wordpress, right? So you just start the same way you add a photo by going to ADD MEDIA, and then to the left, select CREATE GALLERY and select the photos to include in the slideshow, and then in the bottom right CREATE A NEW GALLERY, and then to the right click the down arrow on TYPE and select SLIDESHOW. Et voila!
Cynthia, this is so great! I did NOT know I could do this. Wow, now that I know, it will change how I do certain posts. How WONderful! Thank you SO much! 😀 😀 😀
You’re so welcome!