Monday, April 2, 2007

The Desk


When I am home, this is where I do my computing. Some of the things seen are a stack of CDs from the library, a stack of puzzle books (mostly logic type), the obvious (keyboard, mouse, etc)., a microphone (laying on top of the PC), a framed picture of me and my dad, a bottle of sweet pea lotion, two folders - one of bills that need to be paid (currently empty, yay!) and one of paid bills, the cable modem, a speaker.
I now tag anyone who reads this to do the same. Think of it as a getting-to-know-you process.

9 comments:

Desiree said...

I answered your tag on my "All Other Thoughts" blog. That was kind of fun! Good idea for a tag!

Sophia said...

I'm glad you enjoyed it! I got the idea from about a month ago when R. Kolewe from the blog A Way A Lone A Last A Loved A Long posted a picture of the contents of his bag. I did the same thing, and then last night I thought if we posted pictures of our desk it could be just as much fun!

I enjoyed looking at the photo of your desk area. Thanks for picking up the tag!

Lucid said...

:( What happens if you do not have a specific desk area you could call your own. I have three kids and a husband that share the "desk area".... Yours was interesting, I like the way you think!

I saw that you had me in your blog roll "Ask Lucid" Thank you!

Sophia said...

Hi Lucid, you're welcome! I've been enjoying your blog since I found it, and I try to visit every day.

My husband and I each have our own desk and computer. Even though he's rarely on the computer, I like this arrangement because it means I can customize everything the way I like it.

Chris said...
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Sophia said...

Chris, wow! Your desk is so organized and clean. I love the glass and the plants, especially. It looks like you live in a pretty nice place. :)

Thank you for taking the time to pick-up my tag. I enjoyed peeking into your world, and in this way I can get to know you better!

Chris said...
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Sophia said...

Chris, I think that is a good way to live one's life. The less clutter in one's environment, the less clutter in one's mind. I have found that when I am working in a room that is full of clutter, I have difficulties concentrating or focusing. Chaos in the environment seems to cause chaos in my mind. To live in wide open spaces must be like having a mind that is not so full of bothersome thoughts.

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