how i spent my spring break
the top two panels show our upstairs office, as it looked wednesday morning; the bottom two, last night (well, i reshot the one on the right this morning, to be fair). the office had become our collective respository for junk, bills, photography equipment, wrapping paper, books, junk and more junk. and i realized that if i'm going to work from home, i need a place to work, you know? now it's my favorite room in the house, even moreso than the guest room. cos when i sit at the table (on the right), i turn my head to the left and watch the nuthatches and the goldfinches and the chickadees and the sparrows and the cardinals and the titmice and the wrens and the house finches frolic in our backyard pine tree. though sometimes my view is slightly blocked by a cat curled up on the scratching post (strategically placed right next to me, for utterly selfish reasons). isabel's there now, as i write this.