Enough with the family, eh? Well, how about a splash of color?

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!

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30 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 11

  1. 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!

    1. 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.

    1. 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!

  2. Hi,
    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. 🙂

    1. 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!

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