Thursday, April 24, 2008

What I'm looking at

Janet Reid asked what you're lookin' at. Since writers also seem to have a fascination with each other's spaces, I thought I'd share a couple of pics today. First, the view out my itty-bitty office window (This building was built in 1896. I have a HUGE office, but apparently they did not believe 3rd-floor people should have big windows in 1896!):

Yes, that's fresh snow on the trees.

But this is what I really look at, all day and when I'm writing:

That's all Child's artwork and pictures of her. I ran out of room a while back, and have started to rotate...but I think I need a ladder so I can go higher too. Looking at this wall, at her artwork and drawings at different ages and "I love you Mommy" notes in WAY different levels of writing...this is what I write for. No, this is what I do everything for.

4 comments:

Catherine Karp said...

I love the idea, Susan! I'm now sharing my view over at my blog. Thanks for sharing your workspaces.

Lottery Girl said...

Very cool view! Also love yesterday's post with the chart. Sounds like a great way to get all your bases covered.

Linda said...

You're so neat and organized! I love Child's pictures. {s}

Linda

Susan Adrian said...

Cathy: Yay cool! Thanks for playing!

Steph: That's me. Bases covered all over the place. {snorgle}

Linda: HAHAHAHAHAHAHA. HAHAHA. Me? Neat? HA HA HA HA HA...