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The view inside my writing space, varies all the time. I do have an office that I try to spend a good part of my day in, to get writing, marketing, whatever it is that I need to get done that day. My office is a moss green. I have my laptop sitting on an antique table, it was a wedding gift to my great grandparents. Unfortunately the years weren't all that kind to it, so I stripped it and refinished it. It's a pretty neat old table. I have nicnacs that my kids have made me over the years, sitting on my desk. I have special gifts that my husband has given me over the years in my office as well. I have things from my sisters and friends that are special to me. On the walls, I have inspirational pictures and a couple of paintings that my mom painted. I am not really big on worrying about what my writing space looks like or how it is set up but I do like to have things that have meaning around me. Sometimes however I like to get out of my office to write. I write pretty much anytime, anywhere. If I have five free minutes I am usually writing something. I just need a pen and paper or my laptop and I can write. The only place I have found that I don't do well at getting any writing done is when I am out in nature. I prefer to go hiking or just sit and enjoy the beauty.
The view outside my window is beautiful. I live in the country, so when I look out the glass panes that are little too high and a little too small for my liking, I see nature. Large poplar trees, evergreens, lilac bushes and several other types of trees, all set against the backdrop of the sky. Sometimes birds come and perch in the branches, distracting me for far too long. I face northwest so I never get the full sun in my office but I do have a beautiful view of the big blue yonder. Well on days that it is actually blue. Even on days when it is grey, raining, snowing, I find looking outside inspiring. It helps me with crafting settings and getting ideas. On those days, the view is good because it keeps me in my seat writing. However on other days, usually when the sun is shining, it compels me to go out and play, something I find way too easy to do. :)
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