My “Office”

Our blogging friend Mark Stevens asks us to post pictures of our office, which most of us find interesting. In the past I showed mine:
“Office” of an Invalid; Meme
but a few things have changed so I have an updated picture from a year ago that is now again in season. I won’t go through details of things that have changed from the last post that can’t be seen. The computer stand is a big help.

I will have a pain pump installed (by a doctor) for partial relief, God willing, of low back pain but still have the problem of chronic fatigue and other things, so I don’t know if I’ll stay here or move part-time to a recliner.

Click the picture for a larger one. (This is HDR, for photography enthusiasts, although it’s not a whole lot different than a single exposure.)

Library Thing – my library is small enough that they all fit in a free account

This may sound awfully strange, but I’m so thankful to have a nice place to be miserable, or a place that helps me to be a bit less miserable. I can’t imagine the conditions most of the people in the world live in. I don’t see how I could stand it. I’m so blessed to have this, and more importantly a loving and supportive wife.

If you would like to show us your office, please do.

9 Responses to “My “Office””

  1. 1 Nathan Stitt

    That is quite an atmospheric photo you’ve posted. I thought about posting my desk area, but it hasn’t changed at all since the last time I posted a picture of it.

  2. 2 Scripture Zealot

    Thanks. I don’t usually have the candles going. But it reminds me I should put that string of lights up.

  3. 3 Mark Stevens

    That is a great shot. You have a great eye. Maybe even two….

  4. 4 Stan McCullars

    Wow! That is beautiful. The lights add a lot. They don’t make up for the cat not being in the picture, but they come close!

    I would take a picture of my “office” but I do the vast majority of my reading on the bed in the guest bedroom. Half of the bed is filled with books. I lay down on the other half and read.

  5. 5 Scripture Zealot

    Thanks Mark and Stan. If I would have been in this picture, a cat may have been on me. One usually is. But it’s so much easier not to do a self portrait here, even though I have a remote. A bed sounds like a good place to read too. I wonder how you organize your “library” there.

  6. 6 Stan McCullars

    I stack my books in little piles. I have two stacks of commentaries, a stack of “other” books, a stack of Bibles, a stack of reference books and two stacks and my Greek books/flashcards spread out nicely. My ruler and pens sit within easy reach.

    One good thing about the setup is that it allows my body to shift into sleep mode if the need arises!

  7. 7 Scripture Zealot

    Sounds nice. I suppose your guests have plenty of interesting reading material. Sleep mode arises for me quite a bit sometimes, often when praying which is frustrating. I’ve needed to take some of my alert book reading time for prayer. Priorities.

  8. 8 Aimee Byrd

    I find that an official office is just way too much pressure to perform. Maybe the fact that I’m a mom also makes it pretty impossible. My “work area” shifts. But I do have most of my books in some nice book cases (a real librarian wouldn’t know what to do w/my method of organization).

  9. 9 Scripture Zealot

    I can understand that for study. When I was doing web development I loved my office but didn’t do much study or reading there except for anything using software, which I use a lot more of now.

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