Tuesday, 27 January 2009

My window on the world

As we are renovating our entire house I have been relegated to a little space at the top of the house for writing. It is basically the landing to which the OH has added a small desk[piece of board balanced on the bannister] plus a comfy swivel chair. The walls are bare as we have stripped them ready for a new window and redecoration of the landing and stairs. As with everything here each job takes longer than anticipated due to a variety of complications. It's only saving grace is the small window which allows me to look out over the village and it's quiet, no disturbances up there, and I can leave my notebooks out. This morning I managed about 2000 words of my wip which are the first I've written this year. I have also written a few poems and a short story which I will post when I have tidied them up a bit.

The builder has promised he will start here on Thursday but we will believe him when we see him. Watch this space!!!
Oh and I have updated my wordcount and I am over halfway with some still to type up. Yippeee it's downhill all the way now, just hope I don't crash headlong into a blockade.


JJ said...

Sheepish, that is fantastic. I wish I could say we're neck and neck, but you are decorative French streets ahead of me!

Well done you.

ChrisH said...

2000 words - that is a very productive space! It does make a difference when you can leave your work out instead of having to tidy it away. Good luck with all your projects.

liz fenwick said...

Love your space and well done on the novel words and the short story and poems.

Lane said...

The view from your window is GORGEOUS! Talk about a room with a view!

That's a lovely workspace you've got there and I really like your standy-up note book holder thingie. I must try to get hold of one of those.

And well done on such a great word count:-)

Zinnia Cyclamen said...

Terrific word count, lovely view, makes me envious (my view isn't bad, but it's basically my garden and the surrounding trees, with a bit of greenhouse in the left foreground and some roof in the right background. Not a proper gorgeous view like yours). Hope the building/decorating work goes smoothly and doesn't disrupt your writing too much, especially when you're doing so well.