Well, here are the pictures of My Tiny Gypsy Island Sanctuary and how my life has been upgraded by going Tiny. Then......................................and ..........................Now.
Pulling the table from the wall to reveal a sofa that seats 4-6, if one sits facing the dove house. Add to that the two antique chairs, a cushioned stool under the ladder, and 3 more along the desk wall. We're up to 8-10. 4-5 small souls can snuggle in the "balcony seating," and 4 more can be added to stools along side the "buffet" serving area in the kitchen. Would you believe up to 19 souls, the magic number of Unity, can gather snuggly. It's a very friendly rubik's cube, then, weather permitting, we can "adjourn" to the porch and outside.
All together, it's a good life with time to be up close to my quality-of-life environment and life-style. And there's time to swing under a tree and just be grateful.
When the economy crashed and Jaclyn was being forced from her home due to foreclosure, she knew she wanted more than just a roof over her head. She wanted to travel, and have adventures, but didn't want to live in an RV. She wanted her home to be soul inspiring and nurturing, but needed to create it on a shoe-string budget. So, with minimal funds and a little help from her friends, she built her tiny traveling sanctuary.
In this blog, you'll find the story of Jaclyn's journey from foreclosure to Living Large, Tiny in her Gypsy Island Sanctuary.
Go here for her story.
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