Tuesday, November 11, 2008

I'm sitting in my computer room looking around at the stacks of paperwork that need to be gone through and of course I log onto my computer instead. I came in here with the intention of tidying up my desk and all the papers but instead I am reading blogs and answering blogs and not taking care of what needs to be done. It is raining pretty steady outside and has been since I awoke today. The forecast says it will rain through tomorrow and by the weekend we should have sun again. I'll believe it when I see it. My kitty lays on top of the tower of my desktop computer and she has knocked petals off the dryed hydrangeas on the desk and managed to push a couple of stuffed beany babies off the tower as well. I think she lays up there because the heat from the tower warms her. She loves laying in the sun or anything warm. I got my workout done this morning and went over to Ross to pick up a new spoon rest since I broke my other one last night. They always have them there and they are usually around 2 to 3 dollars. Well, I think I will attack this task and log off here for now.


Sonya said...

Hi there. Your blog is beautiful and I love that picture up top. Hope all is well in your world. I understand what you mean about trying to tidy the desk. I never get desk work done here b/c the computer calls me too. lol

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

I'm sure I have a desk somewhere here. It is piled so high I'm lucky to see the monitor. Someday I'll clean it off. Hope you managed yours. 'On Ya'-ma

Kathy said...

Well I did get the bills paid and shredded a bunch of papers. It does look better than it did.

Jody V said...

Oh Kathy,

I think that is everyone's current dilemma!! Organization is wonderful but it is hard work!! Hope the rain ends soon.


Gerry said...

I know how you feel! I am still trying to get my house in order since my oldest moved out....but I had to rake the leaves first. I personally think a clutter desk shows character. ;)


Sandra Evertson said...

Cute illustration!
Sandra Evertson