Monday. Was there a weekend in there somewhere?

What makes Susan think she can 
go for days without posting on her blog?

Does she think that if she puts 
George Clooney on there now and then 
that will be enough to keep people interested?

Well, I hear she's been quite busy . . .

Maybe we should call her?


Why yes, I've been busy working on my new studio space, and if you think Small Works is the only thing that's been neglected, you should see my kitchen!

Just wrestling the awful hardware off the cabinets took the better part of one morning.

They looked like severed birds' feet, and for some reason they weren't going down without a fight!  How I put up with them for 9 years is beyond me . . .   I guess because they're downstairs, and I haven't spent a lot of time there.

I've accomplished quite a bit, actually!

All the painting is done (we painted everything white, white, white to shed some light on the subject!) and I've just managed to get the new hardware on the cabinets.

The new studio bathroom

But now that the painting is done, 
the real work will have to begin.

Me installing a new floor while wearing a dress?!

First, carpet cleaning.  
Then, MOVING. . .

But how wonderful it's going to be when it's all finished!

Yes, I'll invite you all over for a tour as soon as things are a little more s-i-t-u-a-t-e-d.  
Until then, I'll try to be a better blog friend. 
And here's something to entertain you in the meantime:

Tee hee . . . Couldn't resist.

Brad, Hugh, thanks for stopping by . . . 
but we should at least stay appropriate 
to Small Works' usual illustration style, 
shouldn't we?

Ah . . . Cary. That's more like it.
(Last one, I promise.)


luanne said...

You are shameless!

Love the turquoise cabinets. And your own studio bathroom! Looks like it's shaping up to be a great workspace.

susan m hinckley said...

Yes. Yes I am. And I am unashamed to say so.

Allie said...

Ooooh, I love the turquoise! And of course Cary Grant - I can do without the other two though!

abi said...

I really really like the blue! Excited to virtually see it finished. And all I have to say is that even Brad can NOT make armpit hair look sexy. Cary maybe...could you imagine? haha

susan m hinckley said...

I have to aqree, Abi -- the armpit hair didn't do much for me either! But the "beefcake" pose was hard to resist, so I had to go with it. For some reason, I couldn't find any poses like that of Cary Grant . . . but I'll keep looking and see what I can come up with! A quest of sorts.

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