It's Wednesday, so that means it's time for What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday (WOYWW) with Julia Dunnit. Click here to find out more about Julia and the who, what, where, when, why and how's of WOYWW. I promise you'll be wanting to join in for yourself.
So, the question of the day is. . . What IS on MY workdesk?
Hmmmm. . . That's a whole lot going on, right? My desk is a disaster zone, for me anyway! But, I bet all you can see is that cute little furball smack dab in the middle of the photo, right? You didn't really notice the huge stack of green tic tacs, the lone paper trimmer, the unopened Stampin' Up box (can't wait to see what's in there) or the shoeboxes full of projects from a leftover class at the local library (come back and see tomorrow's post to find out more!)
Awwww, the cat. She's so cute, right? Who cares about my desk? WOYWWers meet Sadie. Sadie meet a world of WOYWWers. Sadie likes to make off with shiny jewelry and eyeglasses, run in circles (a la Indy 500 from the dining room, into the kitchen, through the front hallway and around again. . . and again. . . and again), she dances around on her tiptoes on the tables waiting for someone to scratch her bum (WOW, that totally doesn't sound right, does it?!) And, she currently is in the habit of midnight snacking - sneaking bites of the apple pie on my kitchen counter (BAD! Sadie!)
(Here is another shot of Sadie racing up for her photo op). She truly is great company (despite her bad table manners and penchant for theft) when I'm in need of an additional set of paws. . .
Thanks for stopping by and have a S-U-P-E-R day!
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