Monday, February 1, 2010

work station Monday




Apparently, today is the chance to show off your workstation and surroundings on your blog. Here's my little corner. And our deck which is much colder than it looks today. The birdfeeder shown in the photo normally has two or three squirrels hanging off it, but I was just entertained watching them get ripped off by the hurricane winds outside.

25 comments:

Karen said...

So cozy! (And you have no idea how pathetic your snow makes our earthstopping 5 inches of Arkansas snow look!)

Sarah said...

Oh my word. How lovely. I suppose the landscape looks prettier if one can't hear the wind screaming outside. : )

L. Diane Wolfe said...

That is cozy!
Gosh, I'd love a log cabin with a view like that...
And thanks for your kind comments on my blgo today - I do try!

tattytiara said...

Definitely an inspiring view.

Jonathon Arntson said...

I love the view, too! I wish my desk was going the other way...but there's nothing I can do.

Shannon O'Donnell said...

What a great view to look at while working - I don't think I could keep my eyes from the window! :-)

Lost Wanderer said...

Oh wow, such a wonderful view. :-) And your desk is so tidy.

Anna said...

Amazing view! I wish I could position my desk by the window, but if I did that I'd stare outside all the time and get nothing done. Your view is also a tad more inspiring than mine. :-)

Heather Kelly said...

Terry--What a beautiful view you have! My view is a blank wall--which I keep saying I'll hang something on--someday! Thanks for sharing!

arlee bird said...

What a nice place to work and such a spacious view--- not a neighbor in site unlike where I am in L.A.
Lee

Joanne said...

A nice way to contemplate, gazing out at that view. And to be distracted, by those squirrels ;)

Tina Laurel Lee said...

So beautiful! That looks like a wonderful place to write.

Kelly said...

You win for most beautiful view!
Love it!

Laura Pauling said...

Love the view! Makes me feel at home. I love snowy scenes. :) Good thing you are not writing steamy romances set in Alabama. :)

Paul Greci said...

Love that view. Very inspiring and inviting. And you can head out for a romp when you need to clear your head.

L. Diane Wolfe said...

You have a blog award waiting!

Janet, said...

So nice and neat! I wouldn't want to post a picture of my desk right now. I also love the view, looks like a nice place to day dream and to write about dog sleds.

My name is PJ. said...

So, should I hate you now that I know how beautiful the view is and how lovely the tongue and groove board on your walls is?

It is fabulous, Terry! You are one lucky duck!

LeSan said...

Colder than it looks?! How does a snow covered landscape in Alaska look less cold? LOL

So now we know where the magic happens. No wonder you're always running off to do something outside. It's a wonder you can sit at that desk more than five minutes with the wilderness calling you. Of course that wind chill would make me listen a little closer to the call of the heated blanket--but that's me. ;-)

J.A. Palermo said...

So neat and so pretty!

TerryLynnJohnson said...

thank you all for sharing your comments here. It was sort of scary posting my space!

Marcia said...

It looks so warm inside and so cold outside -- the perfect recipe for cozy.

beth said...

What an awesomely cool workspace!

Rena said...

Nice work station. I totally forgot to blog about that. I meant to, but I suck. Love your pictures!

Girl with One Eye said...

Those are some sweet views! This "show off your work station" photo opp day has me thinking that my bed/cozy chair/third car garage non office are not the happening places. I need to pick a spot and plant it.