What's On Your Workdesk? Wednesday 152

Greetings WOYWWers and general snoopers alike.

Bit of a boring one today, not much change from last week. The wet weather has kept me from getting outside and clearing access to  my messy desk so that remains the same.

This is my tidy desk - still quite tidy. 
Please excuse the breakfast bits, literally just finished my warm bran flakes and dried fruit. Well, it wouldn't be a no holds barred look if I tidied away would it?

Also on my desk: my Artists & Illustrators magazine, open at a technique I want to try. A packet of pea seeds that was bought home from school yesterday and dumped on my desk, some paint, sketchbooks...um, art & craft books waiting to be reviewed or just been reviewed... oh and my poor zombie doll up top there still waiting to be finished.

Need to go brush hair and teeth, in that order, then I'll fetch myself another cuppa and start visiting.

Fancy playing along? Wondering what all this is? Stop by Julia's to link up or snoop through a multitude of warts and all workdesks, floors, kitchen counters, studio's etc. of very creative and talented peeps. (Obviously my boring one is a blip but y'know...)

Thanks for stopping by :)

23 comments:

  1. It makes me chuckle to think of us all posting our WOYWW in various stages of dress/prep for the day :-) I still need to dry my hair [ooops too late it's dry now!] and still haven't had my breaky yet.
    Hugs,
    A x #60

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  2. I love a messy desk as it shows it has been used creatively and that you have been having fun :)

    Have a fab WOYWW and a lovely week, Hugs, Karen xx #12

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  3. That's tidy Carmen!!
    Hugs xx

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  4. Awesome mousemat!
    Laura 100

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  5. Glad you joined in again - and I didn't fall off my chair! Have a good day - hope you get out to your messy desk soon! Helen 7

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  6. It does have a picture of many very favourite kind of cattle..

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  7. ..why did I type many? I meant "my" of cousr

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  8. plain simple and at breaky time, I love it. Thanks for sharing.

    Eliza #19

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  9. A desk that is being used - great.
    Carolyn #115

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  10. ...this looks like the happnin hub and we all need our sustenance before major world travel!...can't work out on your header whether the image is either Dave Gahan or Bono...bet your gonna tell me it's neither...have a fabby day...Mel :)

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  11. I have bran flakes every day but never thought to have them warm - I will be tomorrow! Thanks for the idea. Also thanks for visiting my desk and if you get the Tim Holtz scissors you will love them. Have a good week xx

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  12. A well loved desk... love the mousemat!! Hugs May x x x#32

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  13. So glad you did not tidy up before your post...eating at the work desk is a required maneuver! thanks for sharing #130

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  14. I'm sitting here eating my breakfast (muesli, blueberries, raspberries and vanilla pouring yogurt, with a mug of peppermint tea on the side!), so it's good to see a fellow computer breakfaster.

    xx

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  15. I'm having afternoon tea on wednesday afternoon when Julia posts, so mine is coffee and a biscuit. I don't keep my cup on the desk where I paint as I have had a few accidents with the paint brush in the wrong pot! Make the coffe taste strange.
    Have a great week.
    Von #3

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  16. I often have the breakfast dish and mug on my workdesk. Hope the doll gets finished soon and you try the new technique - thanks for sharing - Hazel #10 x

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  17. Oh Hope you finish your doll soon. You have to have the cuppa when you go desk hopping think its mandatory :) Sandy #109

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  18. Hi Carmen, I sure like your mouse pad! Enough of the small talk. You asked about that book "Art at the Speed of Life", which I have actually just finished reading and looking at the nice piccies, but, really, I haven't actually been inspired to jump in and do the projects. Not sure why not. Possibly because the materials lists are lengthy? I saw the book here (in Australia), for about $50, but I got it from UK Book Depository for less than half that, so the price was right, but I would not have paid full price for it.) There are lots of lovely pics in it, but, there is a sort of sameness about them, I think. I know the Amazon reviews rave about it, so maybe I am too fussy, but I have lots of inspiring books already, so I guess I would give this one maybe 7.5/8 out of 10. Hope my impromptu book review is of some help.
    RosA #17

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  19. Hi Carmen What a very healthy breakfast! I wonder who else posted in not an entirely presentable state of dress!!!? I am so glad we don't do this via video :-) On that note thanks for popping by my place Happy WOYWW for yesterday Helen 64

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  20. Hello!

    A true workdesk - it looks like you just stepped away in the middle to a busy morning to answer the phone! :<) Looking forward to seeing the finished zombie doll! Wishing you a sunshine day!

    Hugs,

    Barbara Diane

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  21. Bit late getting round this week - I'm sure you will be up and dressed and your desk all busy by now! have a good weekend. x Jo

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  22. Hi Carmen...well well, I'd never of thought of Roy Orbison but a nice homage to him & strangely enough Alice Cooper used to baby sit my Sons best friend...funny how things connect sometimes eh...enjoy the rest of this dreey bank holiday w'end...Mel :)

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  23. Popped in after a busy week for a late snoop.... hope you've managed to use your desk this week and get a bit more arty mess on it. If it's bank holiday where you are .... enjoy!
    JoZarty x

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