move, pt. 1


Last week, my office relocated to a new building (shown above). We had to move out of our old place when one of the other tenants moved and we couldn't afford the rent on our own. Before it was home to the South Central Community Action Program's Owen County office, our old building used to house the Center for Behavioral Health (i.e. Centerstone) and before that a Doctor's office. I spent almost a year there, with its institutional white walls, dirty carpet, tiny half windows, and prototypical doctor's office sliding glass window ("Sign in here please, the doctor will be right with you.")

Though our new place is much smaller, it also much more inviting and comfortable. We were also allowed to paint the interior walls! (SCCAP paid for the paint, and our new landlord painted - chaching). As some of you know, my boss entrusted me with the task of choosing the colors for the walls. After much deliberation and facebook consulting, I finally decided on the following colors:

Soft Duckling
Dusted Bronze
Delta Clay
Jalapeno Jelly

(sweet names, huh?)

Anyway, most of you probably could care less about where I work, or what colors I look at all day long, but I couldn't think of anything better to blog about, so deal with it.

Here are a few pics of the interior.

First, is my office! Wall colors: Soft Duckling and Delta Clay

Next, you see our reception area (and our volunteer receptionist, Cindy). Wall colors: Dusted Bronze and Jalapeno Jelly

Aside from the parking wars waged by our neighbors (the friendly Baptist Church, and the congenial Insurance Co.), we are very pleased with our new building. The best part is that we are across the street from the Circle K - Polar Pops - boooyah!

So, if you find yourself in Spencer, IN Mon-Fri between 8:00 am and 4:30 pm, stop in and say "Hi!"


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