Today I paid another visit to the apartment I'll be moving into later this summer. This time I took my handy-dandy tape measure so that I could measure out the walls. (You know me... I'll be wanting to plan out how I arrange furniture!) The door to my attic bedroom is at the foot of the stairs. Two windows in the stairwell let in lots of light. There are two other large window nooks that overlook trees. (Both are big enough to slip a bed into if I decide to make a cozy bed nook!) The big brown thing near the stairs is a huge 6-foot-long built-in desk that is definitely going to be perfect for crafting. ;) I also got to chit chat with my future roomie and her sister. They're both super nice. My future roomie gave me free reign with decorating aspects of the apartment. I can't wait!
ICYMI: I gave up Cotton after deciding that after trying so many things, my two adopted cats Dahlia and Cotton were just never going to get along. Long story short: I missed her. And Cotton's back. And Dahlia's not going anywhere. My heart is big enough to keep trying. And my apartment is big enough that if I need to keep them separated long term (or permanently), it can be done. I'm going to write-up a separate post about some of the solutions I've tried, how they worked, who they worked on, and what I'll be trying next. But in this post, I wanted to share the main 'piece de resistance' of having both cats in my apartment: an un-climbable, un-jumpable, see-through barrier to separate Cotton and Dahlia .