As you know, very slowly I have been working towards a pet photography business. Somedays, the other 40 hours per week totally gets in my way. Our place is perfect to host a small studio. We have a large two-car garage and a very safe fenced acre. Karen and I have talked on more that one occasion that we ought to convert the garage to a studio. Unfortunately, the garage for years and years and years has become a catch-all and every time we looked in there, it was almost too overwhelming to tackle.
Friday night I had a dream. There in the middle of the garage sat my antique settee against a backdrop.
My mom always told me that if you tell a dream before breakfast it will come true, so before the first sip of coffee Saturday morning, I told Karen my dream.
This morning, we tackled the garage. I wish I had taken before pictures, but this is what it looked like in my dream. We still have a lot of work to do, most of it by someone who really knows what they are doing, but we started.
The white greyhound statue in the corner, I have finally named, KNT DREAMCOMETRU and we call her Dreamy.
After we finished this afternoon, I set up and we brought a couple of the dogs out for a test run.
They gave us a two-ears up seal of approval.