Are you sitting on the puter? ;)
(There's a monitor. It seems to function mainly as a mirror.)
Harsh. Still, books and doodling.
gosh, I'd be rocking back and forth in my chair after 20 minutes, whispering about the voices.
My chair spins. I did lean back and stare at the ceiling for an awfully long time today. Fortunately I like books and they have supplied me with a rather nice pencil.
And the phone rings. Quite a lot sometimes. That can get irritating.
yeh I hate it when the job gets in the way.
I really wish I could read books at work, but I'd get funny looks, and people would ask me what the hundreds of little thin things with ink on them was.
Ah Emerald slippers, "theres no place like Moblog"
The book and glasses shot is very seductive
Lovely cat drawing Helen. Perhaps a hidden talent?
Oh, um, err, a highlight. And there I was, being impatient, yet again, with the glasses shot (I kept missing the 'best' light -- the sun was continually slipping behind the clouds and then brightening out again, or, well, the clouds kept covering up the sun. And I gave up on it and went for a less crisp picture.) So, um, yes, thank you very much.
Probably the genius of Pullman that did it. Or maybe the nice purple and turquoise frames.
(It must be hard work being a Steve. You seem to be continually under seductive attacks.)
I only really draw cats. And maybe a tree every now and again. That's Meg in the doodle.
You have no idea just how difficult it is being me (buts on teenage pout and flounces from the room)
Helen - if you ever sell your art sign me up - I can do with still life al-la-Meg over of my fire place.
You can get internets on phones can't you?
Thanks for the compliment Leslie : )
the glasses shot is excellent.
it doesn't make me moist or anything.
it's just excellent
That's reassuring. Thanks.