I'm wishcasting again with the divine Jamie Ridler. This week Jamie asks, "What space do you wish to create?"
There is a little room off the back side of our bedroom. It sits on top of the garage with slanted ceilings that follow the roofline.
A few years ago, we set it up as a studio with my husband's drawing table, a window seat that he built, a futon from my single years, an old hutch that has followed me since my teen years, and some other odds and ends.
It's a stark little space with plain white walls and a bamboo floor which we laid. It's not the most temperature-controlled of spaces. It gets hot in the summer and cold in the winter.
I find that we just don't use it as much as we could.
I wish to make that space more usable. More loved. I wish for it to be a quiet retreat in which to create. Perhaps a place where I can sit with my computer and write. I wish for it to be a comfortable and welcoming space.
I'm not sure what it's missing or how to take it from "eh" to "ahh." I just know it needs love.
So, that's my wish. What's yours? What space do you wish to create?
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