Come on in
About 2 days ago it looked like this:
which mostly obscured it’s amazing qualities.
It took two days of unpacking and rearranging, buying a few things and repacking all the stuff I had brought over and didn’t need (“furnished apartment” is a very loose term with a very wide range of possible furnishings…).
But now it looks like this from the front door:
With St. Camille in residence.
I’m calling it Hemingway’s hideaway because the leather furniture and wood/rattan accents make me want to drink bourbon and write the next American novel. I figure I’m capable of at least one of those things.
And this back towards the front door-ish. The mirror makes everything slightly distorted:
There’s a wee kitchenette – emphasis on wee:
That I can hide when I have guests:
While I distract them with views of my (equally wee) patio:
Did I mention the pool?
I love this place. It rained last night and the roof leaked in my “bedroom” and I still love it. I’ve woken up both mornings happy. I feel like I can do some solid work here and it’s making life in Tucson in the summertime very bearable.
Come visit. I’ll have a bourbon waiting for you.