I work Tuesdays and Thursdays at the home of my boss. I love sitting in her office, because she surrounds herself with a veritable plethora of colored post-it note pads, notebooks, markers, pencils, highlighters and binder clips. (Yes, binder clips come in a color other than black!)
This week, while reviewing bills with her at her desk, I asked her if I could snap a shot of her cup o’color. Permission granted, I send you colorful thoughts for the middle of your work week!
30 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 11”
Love color. I color code a lot for my students: paper (yes, I still use some paper), expo pens on the dry erase board, green for grading. 🙂
Colors make the world a brighter place, Georgette! Thank you for visiting.
I love color, too. I color code my calendar at work to keep track of client meetings, personal appointments, days off, etc. It really helps to find things quickly. I would never have thought to snap a picture of a cup of pens. You are very clever and creative. Love the picture!
Thanks, Susan. Those pens brighten my day every week. Seemed an obvious thing to share during this photo project. I am glad you liked it.
I love to see everyday objects turned into art, especially ones this colorful!
Me, too, Jackie. I am glad you liked it. I love my boss’ office. She has the coolest things.
Very very nice shot. I love the depth of the colors!
Welcome to the neighborhood, Patrick. I appreciate you stopping by and saying ‘hello’. Thank you for your kind words regarding my photo. It’s one of my favorite shots so far.
Such a happy shot.
I agree, Stasha! Bright and cheery! Thanks for visiting.
Awesome awesome shot. My favorite so far.
Seriously? Colorful markers beats the eyes of Wilbur? Well, yeah – I admit, I agree with you.
As Stasha said – it’s a happy shot. A cup full of happy! Thank you, Kim!
Colored binder clips? Be still my heart.
Bridget – I kid you not. I brought one home. My husband stared at the thing – he was literally dazed and confused. “Did someone color this with a marker?” He asked. I laughed hard thinking he was kidding. I about pee’d in my pants when I realized he was serious. Yep, colored binder clips exist!
Where did you buy them?
You can buy the clips at Staples, Office Max and Office Depot. Here are two links – one is Staples and one is Office Max.
Where would we be without color, I use different colors all the time especially with bookwork, color coding is the only way to go, without all these wonderful colors I would be lost. 🙂
Your day is brighter with the color, Mags. I am glad you make a point to add color to your world.
As always, I appreciate you stopping by. Thank you!
Nice! Looks like mine, except mine has scissors, and a ruler, and some old ticket stubs and some pennies, and ….
Hilarious. I hope the scissor blades are pointed down. I’d hate for you to cut yourself while reaching for the ruler or old ticket stubs or pennies or … (Thank you!)
Clever idea for a blog. I enjoyed looking around. Great pictures!
Good to see you in the neighborhood, JSM! Thank you for having a look around and leaving a note. I am glad you enjoyed your visit. I hope you’ll come back again.
I can see why you would want to work there, I love the colors, too!
Such fun, Patti. Really. (This may mean I have no life, but I am OK with that fact.)
I like to think of it as enjoying the simple things in life. 🙂
Very cheerful, Ms. D!
Except I so want to grab a handful of those pens and start ‘clicking’ away!
Too funny – I admit, the urge to ‘click’ is great. Sometimes we get distracted and we are unable to control the ‘clicking’ urge.
I have a bit of a stationery thing going on so this is perfect for me. I too am a fan of multicoloured post-it notes, pens, papers, etc. Great photo.
Glad you liked the picture, Louisa. And, welcome to the neighborhood! Thanks for taking the time to visit and leave a note letting me know you stopped by the place. I appreciate it!