Speaking of Pinterest, besides the pins that link to spam, there are way too many pinners who do not link to actual blog posts, but instead link to the main page of a blog. Come on, how difficult is it to link to the actual entry? It is easy peasy, you annoying twits. Hopefully, these pinners are just morons, and not sadistic assholes, who sit at home, picturing people scrolling through blogs, in search of a recipe, or an idea that had been posted eight months ago.
I love Pinterest.
Yes, despite the moronic twit assholes, I love it. I do.
Manilla envelope storage, as well as a file cabinet, is what we have here. Messily organized, but easy to grab, is my motto when it comes to storing appliance repair booklets, and other never looked at, but very important papers.
And then we have MY DESK
My KNUFF shelf in all its bad paint job glory, showcasing some of my OPI nail polish collection, as well as assorted goodies, that I can, and will explain.
And now for the first installment of What's on your KNUFF.
Oh, and a pencil from The World Golf Hall of Fame.
No, I did not arrange the bottles as to hide their fronts. That just happened.
Japanese Rose Garden, Planks A Lot, Dusk Over Cairo, Sparrow Me The Drama, flanking a bottle of Creative Air Dry Finish. OPI has the best names, and the best polish.
A Comfy Little Place of My Own, is my decorating hero. In my mind, my spray painted Mason jar is on the same level as her gorgeous silverware displays. I will never get close to her skill in arranging a vignette, but I can dream. Pencils, pens, and a knitting needle, are what we have here.
After I pulled out a photo of my fourth birthday party, to use on Facebook, I was too lazy to place it back in the album, so it remains on my desk.
BG used this photo at her graduation. It looked super adorable on a giant screen, next to her senior picture. She was just the cutest toddler. Yeah, I know, so was your favorite kiddo. They all are!
Behr Ground Nutmeg paint chip for the potting bench that SH built.
Gift card to a kitchen store, and a Country Curtains fabric sample that I would like to use for drapes.
So much neater!
But I still need to order those filters, so the giant reminder must remain.
What's on your desk?