Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Home Work


Well, I could hardly write about anything else this week, could I? Patch

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  1. U should of seen my husband's desk.. He was an estimator/partner for a commercial plumbing company.. He had papers piled high and NO one could find anything.. Disturb the desk and a hissie fit may come your way..

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  2. Oh, your desk is pretty clean. I like the print under the glass on top of it!

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  3. Nivea...wouldn't that make a great name for your next boxer?

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  4. The space is messy, sure, but your skin stays soft.

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  5. I prefer Dermalogica to Nivea, but I'm adaptable. Your desk makes me feel normal. Thank you.

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  6. Maybe I'll get three dogs -- Nivea, Dermalogica, and Eucerin.

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  7. I prefer No Cracks by Restoration Hardware...kind of has a double meaning, eh???

    like my wv...pplaner...

    jus' sayin'...

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  8. Restoration Hardware makes a hand cream? Now that is intriguing as I have some hardware in need of restoration.

    LOL, Jean!

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  9. Believe it or not...they do!!! It used to be on display in the store, but since they remodeled you now have to ask for it and they get it from downstairs...weird...
    they don't seem to be discontinuing, and I order online now!!! It's really great!!!

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  10. No Cracks -- a hand cream for the manly man.

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  11. Such fun getting to peek into your world like this. And all the photos from Sunday were great too! As for small patches of dry skin, I recommend Bag Balm.

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  12. Good article! It's been great fun to see all our workspaces. It's a little like taking a quick look through the window of a house as you walk by.
    And good advice about hand cream. (I use Lubriderm for extra dry skin)

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  13. That definitely falls into the 'are you shitting me?' category...

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  14. Your desk prove that truly there is evidence of work in your space.
    Love desk with glass on top.

    Great serie of posts, Karin!

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  15. Have you received a case of Nivea from he company yet?

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  16. I wouldnt dust that keyboard, id get a new one,lol. Richard

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  17. I agree, the keyboard is a scandal. And you're right Earl, I should get a little something for the product placement.

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  18. This and Sunday's--that's more like it. No pressed boxers here. (Was it pressed boxers?)

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  19. My husband has that science thing going, you know, logical, neat, organized. After 32 years, he still marvels that I can get anything done out of that "mountain of chaos". When we were first married, I caught him actually twitching as he stood before my desk. :)

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  20. And so we come full circle. The perfect way to cap it off, product placement included. {And a fabulous Patch piece. Even if you can't see your dad's paperweight, there's comfort in knowing it's there.}

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  21. Bayside, twitching--you made me laugh. Thanks.

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  22. You work magic with those sunflower seeds and Nivea.

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  23. By the way, your Nivea jar makes my gratuitous pet placement far more acceptable. Thank you.

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  24. That's actually a very nice photo. I like the way the Nivea jar jumps out at us, and is matched by the blue of the sunflower seeds label. Then the earth tones of the images under the glass harmonize with the colors of the seeds. Bravo!

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  25. It's about bloody time someone appreciated one of my stilllifes.(Still lifes? Still lives?)

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  26. "Organized people are just too lazy to look for things."

    It's what I tell myself when I try to explain to John where something is.

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  27. HaHa!!! Between Mr E and MuseBootsi I'm LOL!!!

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