Hello and Happy New Year! It has been almost a year since I last published. It was a long and interesting year of ups and downs, however, it concluded with anticipation of good things to come. I send a massive thank you to those of you who continue to follow me even though I went into retreat without a Dear John Letter of my where-abouts. Now, I have a positive outlook and am hereby resolving to become reconnected in the blog-o-sphere, as well as to be the change I want to see in my life. I have always imagined what it would be like to be an entrepreneur, to live a life of creative improvisation and to reap the pleasures of life from doing so. So this year, 2015, is my year to make strides to be the “me” I want to see.
My first step is to turn my private passion for interior design into a legitimate public vision. I have been maintaining a side-hustle of design work for family and friends. It has kept me busy and mentally occupied when fists of life were slapping me silly. These design experiences has given me insight of how to take an idea from incubation to a complete space as well as how to deal with an overwhelmed client. So with that, I am taking the leap of faith to develop my own business, W.O. Design. Look out for more information in future posts.
In addition, I am taking the advice of my pastor from many Sundays ago. BE VULNERABLE! It makes you human and you can’t live and experience without that opportunity to be hurt, to love, to cry and to be encouraged. I take this opportunity to open up the doors of my personal abode a.k.a My Design Lab. I was my first and worst and best client all at the same time. I still haven’t gotten it perfect and likely never will. However, I cherish the opportunity to keep trying to get it right.
The small but Great Room
The grub spot a.k.a. Kitchen