A Friday Post

by Michelle Lasley

Michelle Lasley is a mother, wife in Pacific Northwest learning to balance green dreams with budget realities.

May 6, 2011

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Categories: One a Day, Post a Day 2011

Work

This is fairly typical look at my desk at any given point during the day.

Pardon the blurry image. This represents a fairly typical day at work. My planner is hoisted off to my left, in front of me is my computer, and to the right are various files, a relatively empty work space, and various food items (fruit, oatmeal, trail mix, burrito for lunch, etc.). I refer to my planner often during the day, a habit I formed over the years. This is my Friday post. Happy Friday!

2 Comments

  1. Kristina

    I appreciate this post as it gives me a somewhat more accurate mental image to attach to my thoughts of “Michelle at work”. Maybe you could pan out a little on the next one?

    Hey, look at me reading AND commenting : )

    Reply
    • Michelle

      Welcome to the fully interactive experience of my blog in the blogosphere! 😉 Congrats on reading AND commenting!!! I love it!

      Reply

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