Last summer, my sons helped me rearrange living room furniture, for a change of pace, I said. It was a change, but my back was to the sliding glass door and I dealt everyday with glare on the computer screen. It bugged me far more than I thought it would or even should. And, whenever there were people talking outside, I always felt ‘in the fishbowl,’ so to speak.
So today, my middle son graciously moved my chair back to where it was—me looking out the glass doors–and switched the sofa, love seat and TV so that it has a fresh new look. No glare! And now I can keep my eyes on what’s happening just a few feet from our door. The view is much more expansive than the back wall of the kitchen cabinets. I can see plants and and a young plum tree! Thank you, dear son.
And I have to hand it to the Feng Shui people; they’re right. Glare, especially daily glare, is a pain in the rear; and it’s much better and safer to keep an eye on what’s happening outside your own windows. Hope you’re having a good weekend.