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A haven for a writer

Wayward House is becoming quite the little writer’s haven.

There’s a relaxing hammock in which to lounge with an inspiring book. (Lately, I’ve been absorbed by The Wolf in the Parlor: The Eternal Connection Between Humans and Dogs by Jon Franklin.)

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There’s a lovely garden to stroll and pick up food for thought and food for the tummy.

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Although the radish seed pods are all past the edible point, I like to nibble raw basil leaves. And if you pull back the leaves of the mutant squash plant that’s taken over the raised beds, you’re likely to find a fresh cucumber hiding.

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But the best part of Wayward House for a writer is still in progress. Handyman Zach is building a big, beautiful back deck where we and the dogs can relax under the shade of the sycamore tree.

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The deck is within range of our wifi, so unless it’s horrible outside, I expect to be writing all postsand freelance stories and Facebook status updates out there from now on.

I feel like an incredibly lucky lady right now to live with a guy who was clever enough to think of stringing up a hammock in our frontyard and capable enough to build a great big deck. I can’t wait until it’s totally done.

Thanks, Zach, for everything you do for me and the pack. We love you so much!

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That handsome black thing is foster dog Charlie Machete. Head to the Adoptable page to learn more about how to make him yours.

Fellow writers and bloggers: Do you have a special place where you like to read, compose and relax? Tell us about it in the comments!

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About crystalwayward

I live with two formerly wayward dogs. I care deeply about the environment, and I think gardening is a revolutionary act.

Posted on July 9, 2012, in Awesome, Blogging, Dogs, Dogtography, Gardening and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.

  1. Great Post – right now it is the living room/dining room. I would love to have an office some day to write and work on photography. Happy Monday:)

  2. You lucky thing! What a wonderful place to write and be creative. Charlie Machete is so gorgeous – go on, keep him. He looks really happy there

  3. When do I get to come over to test out your new blogging spot???? 🙂

  4. Yeah for Zach, I so want to meet him ! I also may need to borrow that book from you 🙂

  5. Love the back deck idea! And the hammock…jealous of the hammock =)

  6. What a wonderful space to be creative and share with the 4-legged friends!

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