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June 09, 2010

WOYWW

For a change (and because I didn't have time to take a photo at home this week) I have decided to show you my work workdesk this Wednesday.  As you can see, I am up to my eyes in a spreadsheet (mainly because an idiot was left in charge of a database and chaos has ensued!).  This is my view of the world for the majority of my working day (which is too long!).  Yes, I have a cup of tea, and the little bottle at the bottom left of my monitor is not, in fact, Elemis shampoo.  It is some handwash which I take with me when I am on site because some of the antibacterial handwashes aggravate my excema (or however you spell it)
This is the view into the rest of the office (most of the healthy looking plants are artificial, the dead looking ones are the real ones!).


This is the view other people have of my desk when they come to bother me!! 

Here is a close-up of the monkey guard who sits on my printer and prevents other people from using all my ink!

For those of you who think I am completely mad - you are absolutely right.  However, if you are thinking I am mad because you don't know about WOYWW, then hop on over to Julia's Blog and find out all about it.  Maybe join in the fun too, the more the merrier!.

I will try to visit some desks now, but I really should be untangling this stupid database, so I will probably have to visit most of you later this evening.  Happy Wednesday!

20 comments:

Virginia said...

Ah bless a work work station for a change! Looks mighty industrious!

Helen said...

You know, I have often thought about taking pics of my work, workdesk, too. (you're right, twins, deffo!!!) but never done it. Your job looks very interesting. Am off home now, yippee!

Liverpool Lou (Anne) said...

Right take a deep breath in through the nose the blow out through the mouth - better? Perhaps a G+T then or V+T or Valium ;-) You need to unwind with a bit of crafting tonight I think. Good luck sortin the database out.
Anne xx

Carmen said...

I love that you waited till no one was around to take your piccies :P Looks a nightmare - hope you get to chill a bit when you get home!

Oh and I have half of day 1 done on Boot Camp and half of Day 3. Methinks choosing paint as a meium was a bit daft in retrospect but I wanted to start using it more and what better excuse eh? The elephant on my desk was for day 1 and is now stuck and I mean welded to the bottom of a box of paints. I forgot the paint was wet *sigh* So actually am only half done of day 3. However I just realised todays post is heavy metal. Mr Cooper - are you ready for your close up??

TinaB said...

Wow! How cool is the office xx

craftytrog said...

Aww! Hope you get that database sorted soon Kay! xx

Darcy said...

oo a proper work type workspace lol needs some arty stuff on it, do you think your bosses would mind? good luck with your spreadsheets.

angeleef said...

What a change this week.
It is indeed a workdesk :)
** Evi **

Wipso said...

Hope you get time for some crafting later.
A x

Spyder said...

oh my goodness sack him! (I say 'him' )
you have a great work place, but I'd never cope!! Glad you liked Lewis! if you make anything with him, I'd love a pic to post in the digi store, have a crafty Thursday
(Lyn)

Paula Gale said...

hey Kay - what a brilliant post of your workdesk - thats so great that you shared where you are for most of the day....

Hope you are well... I had a little sign on my desk saying "sorry, i'm too busy to ignore you"!!!

Paula x x x

Julia Dunnit said...

Ooh Kay it all loks terribly organised and high powered! And is that a label maker I see near the highlighter pen...yummy fun!

To thank you for your part in last week's fun, I have something to ppost to you - could you eme your address please?

patcrafts said...

Love your Monkey guard, hope you are feeling more relaxed now and that the problem is sorted.
Pat

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Now this is clever. Looks like some people think it's as clever and offbeat as I do. Who would think to bring their work to play? And I love that the plants all look so "normal," urrr dying.

My apologies. I didn't realize you made it to everyone last WOYWW, too. I appreciate you setting the record straight.

Now that the clocked has ticked off another work day, have a great rest of Wednesday.

Bee said...

that looks like a very efficient WORK space - so boring!!! How about clearing it and crafting - it looks the ideal size to spread all your stash around, I'm sure the boss wont mind and he'd be pleased at how happy you'd be at work :o) well you and I think it's a good idea even if the boss doesn't.

Andrea - Wales, UK said...

Hope you get that spreadsheet sorted soon so you can get back to your proper job...crafting!!!!

good luck!

xx

Chrissie said...

Oh these photos took me right back to the days when I worked in an office (which looked EXACTLY like this) and it was NOT a happy memory lol! Thank goodness these days I'm retired.

Paper and Ribbons said...

Now that's a different take on WOYWW :)

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Hey Kay, I'm featuring you as my blog pick of the day on Wednesday, June 16. I want to make sure I recognize everyone who made it to the WOYWW 52 sites and Wednesday will be your day. Thanks for letting me know and thanks for always visiting my blog on WOYWW.

Cheryl said...

wow how cool is this brilliant craft space,hugs cherylx