Wednesday, April 18, 2007

My Workspace


Sonya tagged me for his one. Above is my desk that my parent's bought me for one of my teenage birthdays. I use this mostly for my devotion time.

This is Beef's computer, which he lets me use. All the stacks of books and papers are mine, but all the hardware is his. See the computers under the desk, that's not all of them. I couldn't fit the entire desk in the shot.

I'm in the process of checking my email. I just finished visiting those who commented on my Saturday photo hunt. I'm so behind. Hopefully, I'll get to visist my Blog Buddies soon.

5 comments:

Stacy at Exceedingly Mundane said...

Your desk from your "younger" years is adorable. What a wonderful place to sit and read your devotion.

And thank goodness - we're not the only geeky ones out there with a desk full of computer hardware and periphereals and stuff. I couldn't get all of ours in the picture either. It's a monster of a mess, but we love it! :)

Carrie! :o) said...

Love the desk you use for your devotions. LOL, I could tell right away that the 2nd desk was your husbands, LOL. :o)

Sonya said...

Wow! Your hubby's desk looks alot like my hubby's does sometimes. It's really wierd because he used to have all kinds of computer hardware everywhere! Since he mostly works from home now, he doesn't keep those things around like he used to. However, we have a coat closet with a huge storage tub FULL of hardware! LOL!

And I have to know what those games are that are stacked side by side under the monitor (to the left a bit). If they are MMORPG's, I'm gonna fall out of my chair because then I'll know that our husbands are long lost brothers!

Matt said...

Sonya,

Yes, those games are all MMORPGs, although I don't ever get to play them anymore. They are, in order from right to left:

- World of Warcraft (of course)
- Guild Wars: Prophecies
- Guild Wars: Factions
- Guild Wars: Nightfall

So even if not through blood, your husband and I are most certainly brothers in spirit. :)

Judi said...

Whew...I am so glad to see another desk that is not perfectly spic and span and organized.