Views from My Writing Room, Part 2

Posted on 08 February 2013

Part I


10 responses to Views from My Writing Room, Part 2

  • MacDougalStreetBaby says:

    I love this, Laura. What’s the story behind the pen and ink illustration? I know that feeling, of being strangulated and pulled from below. It’s quite provocative.

  • Sarah W says:

    Okay, the plastic corn threw me for a second, but only because I didn’t know other people had plastic corn on their writing tables, too!

    I love the unicorn regurgitating rainbows, too. My kind of mythological creature, that!

    • It’s actually a glass ear of corn…Peter bought it for me. And the rainbow-spewing unicorn is a bday card from my brother. I can assure you that no other card on the planet is better suited for me (well, that unicorn with corn for a horn right next to it comes pretty damn close).

  • Huh. Something must be wrong with my computer screen. It appears your cat is lying on a chair, which is impossible since I know she’s surely on your keyboard.

  • Averil says:

    You live in a snow globe! All those little houses out the window . . . such a good view for daydreaming. Erhm, writing.

  • Downith says:

    Those icicles! Brrr. Even when we get snow here (very rare) we never seem to get icicles. Brought back winter memories. Thanks.

  • Catherine says:

    How cool! I love those icicles. My room is inspiring too and one day I must take some shots. I love writing with snow or fog outside.

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