Day 4 -- The End
After several trips to the hardware store for the correct stuff (The first one would have done it if it hadn't been for the fact that the person that owned the table before me used a freakin' hammer to put it together when the bolts wouldn't go in easily on their own!) and a couple more hours of
The sheer amount of stuff that I threw out to make it possible was totally worth it.
Every single, agonizing, 'I'm not sure this was a good idea.' moment was totally worth it.
Gettin' by with a little help from my friends (Hello!! A4A!!) was totally worth it.
All the frustration, sweat, tears, feeding my girls PB&J and cereal and shooing them out for 3 days, late nights w/ 3 hours of sleep, totally worth it.
Nearly breaking my foot while setting up the table was totally worth it too.
I cannot tell you how much I LOVE having a studio. How comfortable it is to be somewhere that is dedicated to the creation of beautiful things. Cleaning out this room was quite possibly one of the best things that I have done for myself as an artist. It was exhausting. It was long and frustrating. It was soul cleansing. And I am very thankful to have had the opportunity to share it with you all.