What room in your house do you feel is your sanctuary?
A place where you can hide from all the chaos.
My living room. Always in front of the tv, doing homework. There are literally five empty glasses on the side table.
My home office. I get some peace and quiet in here and I can get some work done.
My office, no one enters I write and do my school work in there. I am shut out from the rest of the house.
My bathroom. I do t'ai chi in there and have lovely relaxing baths.
I have a craft/laundry room that has all my art and scrapbooking supplies. I have a table, small flat screen and DVD player and I love to go in there and create something and watch my favorite TV shows on DVD.
The---library. I have a fireplace; It's quiet and I can't get any work done. That's the whole idea for me.. I take few vacations. When working, I'm like ibermaster I have set up in the living room. I may eat, sleep, follow the markets, do my computer stuff, and listen to the stereo. Fall into the daybed, if my cat allows it, and then saw the zzzz's. I'm sure if I had a companion she wouldn't put up with it. A female might enter but
then want to change the brass and oak for flowers and pink curtains.
The downstairs bedroom is my escape from any household turmoil. It is generally cooler than upstairs and the dogs usually don't visit me when I go downstairs. The room looks out onto a garden and you can hear and see the birds as they go about their daily business. Ahhhh just thinking about it drops the blood pressure a few points.
Where-ever everyone else isn't, especially the dog. If I can get the dog out of the living room I go there. He follows you around making it difficult to get any peace. And where-ever I can do yoga, which is sometimes in the spare bedroom or in the living room. There's so many people roaming around this house that it's hard to designate one room as a sanctuary.
Mine would be the bathroom. I can lock the door and hide way with all my smell goods, radio and other grooming supplies. I can literally spend hours in there.
My bedroom of course. It's the one place I run to whenever I get upset. Sometimes I even head outside for a walk. But inside the house that would be my bedroom. Some place where I can be alone.
This very easy for me to answer....because I actually DO have my own private sanctuary in our home. It is a medium-sized "extra" bedroom on our 2nd. floor. I decorated it and furnished it specifically to be MY ROOM, for my own purposes. It's comfy, cozy and I LOVE IT!! In my sanctuary I can just kick back and relax in peace and quiet, take a nap, read, sew, watch TV, listen to music, use the phone, and most importantly have some well-earned and much-needed time to myself. I recommend everyone have a sactuary! It's a treat we all deserve.
mostly my bedroom where I read or sometimes my den on the computer.
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