A couple of years ago Jackie Dorsey shared her dream to build a tiny house at Sunnyshore Studio where she could retreat, do creative work and get away from technology. (I’m going to hold her to that “no technology” phrase :).
We promised Jackie that we would build a tiny house for her. But that was a big commitment and I’m not that good at construction work. So it was all a bit overwhelming.
Until Jenny stumbled across a do-it-yourself shed at Costco that she thought would be a perfect tiny house for Jackie. Jackie agreed.
Two weeks ago it was delivered to Sunnyshore Studio. Today we started work on Jackie’s tiny house.
Jackie and Jacob did some excavation work.
We laid the “cornerstone”. Not so much a stone, but the corner from which everything else is measured.
Dad “just happened” the foundation blocks at his house and donated them to the cause. He came through for us again, and even lent a hand.
We have lots of work ahead of us. But we have a good start and it will be fun to see the tiny house take shape!
You’ll have to come visit Jackie’s tiny house someday. She wants it to be a place of rest and creativity.
Ooooh! I can hardly wait to see the finished product! I’m researching a mobile unit for my Sensory Learning Program clinic so I can take it on the road to be more accessible to potential clients in the Washington state and surrounding states after my lease on land ends next March! Praying fervently about this!
So cool! Anxious to watch the progress. Great spot for a ‘tiny house,’