So, I was sitting around Saturday morning looking at stuff and junk, when I realized that I didn't like my Twitter header anymore. Which led to the bright idea to take a picture of my actual workspace. Which led to this post.
This is where I work - exactly as it is. No retouching. No cleaning. Just my spot. As is. Kinda like me. ;o)
For the record, those drapes are never opened. And the window behind
them leads to another room. (I didn't design this place, so no clue
why there's a window looking out on the sun room, but no windows looking
Looking at this closely, you can also tell I need to dust. Yikes, my keyboard. Don't let the dust fool you. If you could zoom in, you'd see there's no dust on the keys I actually use. In fact, there are hardly any letters left on the keys I use most frequently. Again. I can't keep keyboard letters intact for more than a few months.
So, anyway, there I am. Pretty much everything you need to know about me can be found in that picture. (Okay, so you can't tell what's on the monitor. It's a manuscript. Naturally.) All it needs is food and a little sculpture of a fish.
If you designed a workspace* that told your story, what would be on your desk?
*I didn't design it that way. It just ended up being that way.