Monday, February 8, 2010

My office

Welcome to my office....
just thought I would share with your where I spend most of my days...
this is my ceiling....
This is my desk....and my great view...
even what's left of my iced tea....
my book shelf....notice the ladybugs....
my cowboy my Dad made me for Christmas...
the chair came from my Great Grandparent...
they brought it from Germany....it was handmade...
the other piece my Dad made me for Christmas sets on my filing cabinets...
the flowers in the vase where my center piece from Thanksgiving...
my ladybug watching over me...
hope you enjoyed the tour...

12 comments:

The Lone Star Queen said...

Love the chair next to your cowboy and all of your natural light.

Debbie said...

SO LUCKY to have an office just for yourself. My space is a corner and would love to have a roll top desk. Now, the ceiling is very interesting, and I like your Willie Nelson and Carol King goin' on. Have a most wonderful day. Hope it's sunny! (It's not here.)

Susie said...

Looks like a comfy place to work Deb. Cute ladybugs!

Aunt Amelia's Attic said...

Love to see where people have their computer.

Love that wolf too.

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Kay said...

Your office looks very cozy.

Nola @ the Alamo said...

Thanks for the peek at your office it's very warm and cozy looking. I like to see where other people blog and what they keep near as they create their posts!

Beautiful pear tree lane said...

Hi Deb,
Great office, I love the cowboy and that chair what great memories with them.i love lady bugs, both alive and animate ones.
Blessings,
Sue

Cynthia @An Accomplished Woman said...

Deb,
Your office is awesome. Texas style and funky like you!!!

Susie said...

Hey Deb,

I thought about you today when I was at Dollar General. They had this cute little lady bug planter. Reminded me of you.

Noni at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Love the ladybug! Great place to work... and blog! =)

Sares said...

Thanks for the tour, I love the cowboy in the corner! the chair is beautiful too!

nanny said...

I have a chair almost like yours, but without arms..was my granddad's and I love it