10/18/06

At My Desk







My desk
is rather neat today...you can see the black support cuff lying next to the monitor...I'm still beading, but just a bit. My surgery for the carpal tunnel is Nov. 29th for the right hand and two months later for the left, so I don't think I'll be doing any christmas presents this year, unless they're strung...
Anyway, my desk is huge...my son gave it to me when he moved into a smaller place. The left side is all beads and fabric (in the drawers under the desk and the right side is mostly business, computer and digital camera supplies along with my 3-in-one printer, scanner, copier. I have a miniature cat collection on top of the bead drawers and a tiny bunny collection on the base of the lamp...this 9x10 room and the walk-in closet is my studio and where I spend the better part of my days. I do love working at home!

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi BeadBabe, Thanks for your comment! Glad U liked my work space. I dream about having a space as big as yours...maybe someday. But, for now, I'm liking my simple abode. Also, my truck will finish to be approx. 6" x 8" wide. I'm working on it right now...if I can ever pull myself away from Blogger. LOL!! Also, be patient with Beta Blogger. It will come around:)

Beadin' Gram said...

Great work area -- found it interesting to look at your monitor in the photo --- see how it goes on and on and on? Like many mirrors. My beading area consists of an Ott light (floor model) my Lazy Boy chair -- a table on either side of the chair that hold a lot of my supplies, One day I will get my sewing room in order and then post photos LOL. Don't hold your breath :-)

beadbabe49 said...

hi, lb....I'm patient, but I'm not switching over just yet1 I have a space reserved so to speak, but haven't posted to it yet...that will happen when beta blogger irons out some of the wrinkles!
hi, bg! Yes, I used to work in my recliner a lot when I still had a "day job" and just beaded nights and weekends....Now I feel absolutely rich having a whole room to create in...that's at least one good thing about the empty nest thingy!