February 10, 2004

If I do this early enough then I'm not a follower, I'm a leader

Over at Who Tends the Fires, Denita asks the embarrassing question: what's on your desk?

I cleaned straightened my desk last weekend, so it's not nearly as bad as it was. All the boring details are in the extended entry.

And now it's your turn.

PC, monitor, keyboard and mouse
mouse pad
monitor stand
webcam* sitting on an old old can of Mt. Dew
phone & phone book
magic marker
several 3.5" diskettes
empty bottle of Rolaides
bottle of glasses lens cleaner
pump bottle of Gold Bond body lotion
several paperclips and binder clips of various sizes
pile of balsa scraps, small cardboard tubes and toothpicks
retired model rocket and stand
McDonald's bobblehead moose toy
salvaged hard drive platter used as a coaster
TV remote
DVD remote
VCR remote
PC speakers and headphones
surge suppressor
CD tower (full)
couple of pens
nail clippers
post-it pad
six AA batteries
digital camera, USB cable and extra memory disks
bottle of Elmer's Carpenter's Wood Glue
glue stick
stack of assorted papers to file
paperback book Mookie lent me a couple of months ago
parts for three semi-completed rockets (one of them is 4' tall)
dust rag for monitor screen

*I've used the webcam maybe a dozen times, mostly to talk to a good friend's granddaughter. We make goofy faces at each other.

Posted by Ted at February 10, 2004 08:30 PM
Category: Square Pegs

Im still waiting for the book back. =D

Posted by: Mookie at February 10, 2004 09:56 PM

They say a clean desk is the sign of a sick mind. Well having checked over your list, I can find sufficient evidence that you, in fact, have a sound mind. Rejoice! No Chez Cell de Padded for you!

You have splendid disorganizational skills, Ted!


Posted by: Denita TwoDragons at February 10, 2004 10:34 PM

Golly, I just have a monitor/tower/mouse and a stack of paperwork and old magazines to hide behind. Oh, and some flowers that one of my readers sent me. I suppose I've got that sick mind that Two Dragons talked about!

Posted by: Dawn at February 11, 2004 12:23 AM
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