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serenity, now!

A couple of months ago, I was telling one of my coworkers about Meowderly and how it had so much more space than the condo the loml and I had been living in.

"oooh!" , she says, "you can have a serenity room!".

So this was news to me and I asked her to explain. Evidently, a serenity room is the female equivalent of a man cave. Except instead of being filled with mindless male entertainment, its peaceful and calming. So I filed that thought away. and this week, I realized that it was time. It was time to work on my serenity room.

I had already designated a room as my craft/hobby room, but it wasn't really that much fun to be in, which is when i realized that it would be way more fun if I made it a serenity room. so I sat down and brainstormed about what my room would be like, and I made a little list:

  • plants
  • comfy chair
  • wall decor

as far as lists go, it was pretty lame. I figured it was time to turn to a higher power. So I googled it. And you know who else has a serenity room?

The betty ford center.

Yep, #1 on the google results. which is sorta funny.. i guess. i had no idea that you had to have problems before you got to have a serenity room. but whatever, so I googled around and made a plan.

which is why my craft room is currently half painted a warm reddish-pink (technically called mineral red). I actually wanted to choose pepper red, which was gorgeous... but I know myself. and I'm really a shade or two lighter than anything I actually think I want. so mineral red it is. and, I've just purchased a purple chaise lounge.

so, maybe I'll just have to rename it the awesome room when I'm done. I'll let you know how it goes.


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