Wednesday, November 07, 2012

What's on your Workdesk Wednesday #179?

What's on your workdesk Wednesday  is the perfect place to spend a couple of hours to see what crafters around the world are up to! It's organised by the wonderful Julia from The Stamping Ground blog for all nosey people to join in with :)

So onto my desk.......a few people have mentioned the view from my desk so I'm going to show that instead of my desk today. It isn't as brilliant as some people think, it's only my front garden which is in desperate need of a make over lol. Also I was sat watching a robin scaring a blackbird out of 'his' wild rose bush the other day, you can see him right in the middle of the first picture.


My desk is positioned right in front of the window for maximum light and you can just see my lap top in the bottom of the photo. So there you are, not quite as lovely as it appears.

See you later. xx

6 comments:

Kathy said...

I must join in with WOYWW again - it's been ages and ages since I di

Krisha said...

I love the view from your desk. I sit facing the back of a closet LOL There is a window in this bedroom, but there is waaaayy to much in here to move it all around.
Thanks for sharing the view.
Krisha #45

Andrea said...

i love to watch the birds in the gardena alas two kittens have moved in next door who like to use my garden as there play pen !!.. so my bird watching day might be numbered !!... have a fab week and hope you get creative x #67

505whimsygirl said...

Hi Jackie,

What a wonderful view! Your lawn looks amazing!!!! That robin is quite the character, going after a black bird.

Thanks for visiting me already. Did you say that you'll be in a craft fair this Saturday? Good luck!!! They are fun once you are set up.

Happy WOYWW
Hugs, Kay #5

Robin Spitzer said...

I love your view! I have a window also that I can see out of....I could not face a wall...I do that all day long.

Whimcees said...

Hello!

You have a wonderful view - how I envy you this great window where you work! Wishing you a happy day!

Hugs,

Barbara Diane