|The trim will be painted cobalt.|
On another note, when the Studio is complete, I will be putting a half roof on the terrace so there will be shade. It faces West, so shelter is needed from the hot afternoon sun in the summer. Months ago I found some hand carved posts which I fell in love with, however had no use for. Now I do .... so I scurried back to see if they were still there. YEAH! There they sat, just waiting for me. I only need two, however got such I good price I took all four. The two I don't use, I will stash until I can afford to put a roof on the back terrace.
I realize you in Canada and some parts of the States will laugh uproariously at this statement. I am cold! At the moment (7:45 AM) it is 41 degrees F. My fireplace isn't working properly and I'm heating the house with my oven door open. (Yes, I know, that's funny too.) The high today will be 73 degrees. A nice temperature, however, it won't begin to warm up until late morning. When the sun sets about 6:00 pm, it instantly cools off. High desert stuff. It gets dark very early now. I'm looking forward to solstice and the coming again of the light. I love the longer evenings. So there you have it ... my take on December weather in San Miguel. My Canadian blood must be getting thin.
"There is no use trying,” said Alice. “One can’t believe impossible things.” “I daresay you haven’t had much practice,” said the Queen. “When I was your age, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” — Lewis Carroll