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My Little Blogging Space

I have to admit that no matter how hard I try to create an office area from which to blog, my favorite spot ends up being on the couch in the middle of the family traffic. I just like being surrounded by my guys. But, I did make an attempt this year to carve out a little space for myself and thought you might enjoy seeing it.



Thank you Dana (Hacman Floral) for the birthday rug!



Words of encouragement during a particularly hard year. I recorded the journey at Galvanized Garden



Thanks for the cork covered votives, Janet (Floral Verde)!



There’s the sign from my very first studio space…which was in the back of a country store called Fuel ‘n Vittles. Seriously. I am not making that up! Great memories.


My “blogging office” even has its own bathroom…but I still end up back here on the couch most of the time…


…accompanied by my little buddy, Beignet.


Hope you have a good day…wherever you are working today!



  1. I love seeing the space where people work! Thanks for sharing your lovely little slice of the world.

  2. I love seeing where you work (or are supposed to be working)! I struggle with separating my space too! The couch, surrounded by loved ones works best for me too!

  3. Lesa Atteo says:

    Thanks for sharing, Amy! I love that u posted the photos too!

  4. Thanks for sharing,Amy. It’s nice to see where you create. I always enjoy stopping by your blog!!!


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