|My workstation this week.|
I sure do love this view!
I sit at wooden desk, sip a cup of coffee, no cream no sugar, and write this blog post. I have driven more than three hours to get here. Here is a cabin in the woods in Pennsylvania. With no park lot view to blind my brain, no blaring sirens from passing fire engines or police cars to interrupt my train of thought, and best of all, nobody to knock on the door to ask me would I be interested in having FIOS installed--How many times must I say no?--I intend to get a little writing done.
At this time, I am in final phase of publishing A Gift of Love. I need a little quiet time.
I have writer friends who travel all over the world to write in quiet. While I applaud their efforts, I do not envy what they must go through to have it. They must have a passport, visa, plane tickets, and spend thousands of dollars. Today I count my blessings. I am grateful I got Big Blue, Big Blue is my car. I am grateful for a tank of gas. I am grateful that I live a three hour drive away from my special place, the one I hold near and dear to my heart. I am grateful for Kent Brown, publisher of Highlights for Children magazine, who performs many acts of lovingkindess, especially to me. I am grateful for Highlights Foundation and the inspirational place for artists and authors that they have created. I am grateful for the memory of Uncle Jack and his special cabin that I get to spend time in. I am grateful for today, this blessed second and the wonderful writing week ahead of me in the company of other writers.
Here are today's photographs. I hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I have enjoyed snapping them.
|Uncle Jack's Cabin, my favorite writing space.|
I just love the view.
|My cabin has twin beds.|
I feel like Goldilocks wondering which one will I sleep in tonight.
|Got a refrigerator, too and my own coffeemaker.|
That's Big Blue parked outside my window in the distance.
Like I said, I just love the view.