Saturday, September 22, 2007

For the Curious

I noticed that several bloggers have posted photos of where they blog, so you can see the place that stimulates their creativity. Many of them blog near a window that looks out on a vast scene to stimulate thought or distract them totally...whichever. My nook is in the photo below. The only window looks out on the roof and I can see a nice white spot of bird doo on the shingles which I have not allowed you to see. That is a real motivator!



The strange image in the foreground is more shingles. Those on a dollhouse that my father made for me many years ago and which I have plans to restore when I retire. Plans, plans, and more plans, helps me think I will live forever.

This weekend my work involved windows. I have LOTS of windows on this house because I love the views of the water and the views of the woods. But that also means I have lots of washing to do. I haven't really washed these windows since we moved in almost a year ago. So today was spent using my arms for the wash-on and wash-off exercise---Karate Kid fans. Tomorrow the car gets washed!

Well, husband has fixed a lovely perch dinner for me and so I will log off and go eat.

9 comments:

  1. That's funny you mention not cleaning your windows since you moved in, it's funny because now I know I am not the only one.

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  2. The view out to the lake is beautiful

    I have a window in my blogging spot but it is off to my left side so I don't take in the view of the back woods unless I turn around. I am usually too engerossed in blogs, blogging, news and such on the computer to take in anything else.

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  3. I am a curious type, so enjoyed a glimpse into your blogging corner!

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  4. You inspired me to post my blogging corner too. Wow your corner is neat. When you see mine remember the a messy desk is a sign of genius.

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  5. Nice little nook but I don't get washing the windows in the fall. lol Love the wall color. ;)

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  6. I must let you know that spring or fall are the best times to wash windows because the sun angle shows every teeny tiny little spot that you miss and every foggy streak left behind. You can spend HOURS on just one window!! What fun!!

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  7. Perch? YOu're a lucky woman!

    Wondow washing? Not so much!

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  8. What a lovely place you have to work! I'm sure the view includes more than bird doo.

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  9. I'd be ashamed to show you how messy my spot is, well room, I should say.

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