Becoming a Blackheathen !

Posted: May 9, 2022 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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after 13 & 1/2 years I said goodbye and thank you for the best years of my life at no 8 a week ago

Terry the owner operator of Blue Ribbon Removals took such good care moving everything, it was a treat not having to do the lug for the first time in my life!

come on in and have a look around

the fireplace doesn’t work in the lounge room but the reverse cycle air conditioning is wonderful, makes the house warm and cosy in a matter of minutes

bedroom coming together, have ordered more reproduction Deco brass picture rail hooks

the curtain rails work for hanging the more sculptural pieces

the music room has become a library & memento mori for Old Man Crow, just needs a big old easy chair

everything is falling into place, opening each box of stuff is like xmas!

‘A Matter of Time’ by crow woman extraordinaire Glenda Fell Jones and the shelves in the hallway filling up

what were my work table and shelves in the studio at no 8 are now in the dining room

this is such a great kitchen, the wood stove doesn’t work but the gas one is brilliant, the clicky things work for all the burners so I don’t have to find matches!

office space all set up and connected to the internet in the smallest room in the house

the separate studio

with so much space!

and even more shelving for storage

more boxes to unpack

& more boxes out in the garden shed
should be all settled by this time next week
time to go for a bushwalk today as soon as the sun comes up!

Comments
  1. Nancy says:

    Oh Mo!!! This is so fantastic!! You have created a beautiful space for yourself to live, grow and thrive. I wish you all of the best in the days…years to come. Many blessings my friend. xo

  2. Beth from Still Life Pond says:

    Oh Mo! Was thinking about you just as your post notice popped up. Thrilled to walk through your space with you. It already looks like you. Love the picture rails. You can have an ever-changing gallery. Big big love to you.

  3. jude says:

    Just beautiful, Mo, so happy for you.❤

  4. deemallon says:

    So excited for you Mo. looks like you picked a real gem and the way your things look already is quite amazing!

  5. Diane Langley says:

    Am thrilled you are moved and the space looks amazing. First time I have been able to comment. Diane

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  6. Graham Griffith says:

    Wow!

  7. dinahmow says:

    It looks so very “you.” And yes, more s p a c e. Which will fill with old memories and news ones to be made.

  8. CJ says:

    So much character and charm! An abundance of storage and light! I could live here in a pinch! Have fun making it truly your home! 💟🤗

  9. pete says:

    Good for you; lovely to see your house a home already. lucky bushland to have you nearby and lovely to have a diversity of spaces to flow in and out of. Keep the music on for a while if you feel lonely. You are a sweetie. Happy inspirations, love Pete

  10. Martine Bos says:

    Mo this is a place to live happily…………

  11. Beautiful, Mo!! Blessings of all kinds on your new home and spacious studio!

  12. Marti says:

    Bienvenida a su casa querida Mo; welcome to your home dear Mo. The whole of this just speaks of Home; it looks and feels like home from here, with so many nooks and crannies and space and light; so warm and inviting. You have done so much already Mo to make your Blackheathen address a home. Planter pots at the ready to seed your magic…As you delve fully into your space, into your land, breathe it all in and know that we all, are so very happy for you.

  13. Eliene says:

    Wow, the entrance looks so inviting Mo…..and what a beautiful space you have created inside. It is all fitting so nicely and everything is looking great. Lots of room for more artworks. I can see you creating many more beautiful things [art, memories, meals, friendships] and more in this new space. Very happy for you Mo.
    I sent you an email last night but it came back “undeliverable” and I thought I hope she writes soon and this morning here you are…thank you.

  14. Mike says:

    Looks like you’ve aged into quite a good place, Mo.
    Gives me even more reason to make the short hop over to Oz one of these days.

  15. Barry says:

    MC – so good to see you settled in a new nurturing place; may it bring you much joy and heath. Go well. B

  16. Peggy McG says:

    Welcome Home! So glad you squeezed in a walk amongst the unpacking!

  17. Rene Walkin. says:

    Oh Mo! It’s looking great! I’m so loving your new home. Blessings to you and glad the move went so well! x

  18. Carolyn Duprey says:

    Such an inspired space you have created!! The artistic vibrations coming from the space are tremendous. Thank you for sharing the photos with us. I see a very bright future of healing for you. Beautiful Mo. My most precious friend of so many years.

  19. Andy Doc Temple Ellard says:

    Ooh’ Mo…. It is a place of beauty ! X

  20. emilysuzanna says:

    Such a beautiful new space; I’m so happy for you! Your spirit is a big inspiration for me! Sending you large quantities of love ❤️!

  21. Liz A says:

    this is by far the best picture walk I’ve taken in quite a while … I had no trouble imagining you within and soon to be making again …

  22. Faith says:

    ((Mo)) I’m happy for you. It looks wonderful, and light & airy. May your new home provide you with bountiful blessings.

  23. Elizabeth van Ekert says:

    Looks so neat and cosy!!

    Call you in the next day or so LizXXX

  24. John Sutton says:

    Wow, can’t believe you made it! Great news Mo, it looks so comfortable and homey. Can’t wait to visit some time down the track. Cheers, John.

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  25. grace says:

    you DID IT!… you are There! and it is as if it was waiting for you all along! I look forward
    to all that will come. So Happy for you

  26. fiberels says:

    Good luck there and happy stitching on wonderful new pieces !

  27. perlhuhn52 says:

    A beatiful new place, so peaceful and full of light. I wish you all the best there. Doris

  28. David Barr says:

    Wow… it looks wonderful.
    My place is a very modest brick and tile.
    Not my usual style at all but I figure that at 71 I don’t want to maintain a wooden house.
    It’s about convenience now. But I can see what I need to do to bring it up to scratch.
    Also there is not one plant in the garden so it’s a blank canvas in that regard.
    I’ll send you some shots when I move in at the end of July.
    Hope you are well and happy.
    Cheers.

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