One room is in the basement. It has no windows. It is claustrophobic and dark. It is currently a storage closet.
It will become a full-time office for instructors at a public college.
Another room is on the second floor. It has large south-facing windows that look out on the children’s natural playspace. It is adjacent to other offices and classrooms. It is easy for students to find. It is spacious and bright.
It is currently a prayer room. It is usually empty.
Maybe those who occasionally feel the need to pray would benefit from the small quiet basement room.
Perhaps four or five busy instructors and their students would benefit from the space, natural light, companionship and camaraderie that are available on the second floor.
Could these two rooms change places?