Do you know what this place is?
Mack, surveying the comfy cat bed before ultimately deciding to sleep on the important papers instead.
Also, the sad birds on the side of the desk. And no, my copper birdfeeder isn't really that orange (anymore).
If you guessed my crappily-drawn office--DING DING! You're a winner.
I learned some important things in this crappily-drawn office this week.
A) Despite the blizzard in January, the state of Georgia still panics over 1 inch of snow. That melts when the sun comes out.
B) No matter how many soft, fluffy beds I buy my cats, they will always choose to sleep on whatever important pieces of paper are on my desk.
C) The love of something you've written is a feeling like none other.
D) Positive feedback from precious CP's is better than chocolate (and that other thing.)
E) When you think you might abandon a writing project, even if you think it will only be for a short time, MAKE COPIOUS NOTES TO YOURSELF. Write down every SCRAP of information that you're thinking about it. Because when you finally come back to that project, 13 months later, you will JUMP UP AND DOWN when you realize that the only work you have left is putting the words on the paper.
F) When you're trying to find the proper universal remote code for your TV, make sure you're looking at the SHARP list, not the SONY.
What did YOU learn this week?