Ribbons, Sails & Dandelion Fluff
Late Afternoon, Saturday 16th May 2020
As of Autumn, 2020 I am happily settled in at my new build site, I am thoroughly enjoying living and working on my Aunt and Uncle’s farm. With a shift in priorities and new learning opportunities, the urgency to finish my house has eased and I am enjoying the process of shaping the interior and all the finer details exactly as I please!
~ Who? Fiona | What? Decided to build a Tiny House on Wheels
After updating my timeline in February, I’ve barely touched this blog since, despite my assurances to get the site back up-to-date. Truthfully, I just haven’t had the desire to post anything! I’ve toyed with a few posts- written a paragraph here or there but have ended up discarding them as too hard. I am continuing to chip away on the house, if not with the same single mindedness, and almost always have a small making project on the go, but that’s just it- I have been in the mood of ‘doing’ rather than thinking and reflecting about things I’ve previously done. This year so far has been crammed with learning of all kind, brilliant and less so, and with these experiences my tastes and priorities have evolved. Perhaps not drastically, but there has certainly been a shift. And so, as with all good things, it is time for change! Likely only small changes, but I wish for this site to be a space I come to for joy, rather than hard work. Content will be of a bite sized nature, unless I am terribly excited about something, and it could be completely abstract in its relation to building a tiny house. HOWEVER, if anyone ever has a question about how something has been built, or decisions that I have made around the creation of this home, I am MORE than happy to delve deeper into the nitty gritty details! To be honest, I would likely put a post together to do just that. To me, making a home is the opportunity to world build, and that is more my style. Building a house is backboned with structure and sense, and as much as I love those two things, it’s not how my brain likes to roll. So, from now on, more cosy, less technical!