This is my desk upstairs where I was relegated to during my strange illness week. The first week of February saw me away down south in the next state to do a one week course on management. By Thursday I had a humongous headache probably from information overload. That headache stayed with me until Sunday. Monday and Tuesday I could hardly look at anything technology-TV, Computer, Ipad, Iphone. Everything gave me a horrendous headache, made me nauseous and wanting to throw up. So needless to stay I stayed in bed, it was all I could do. I couldn't even write letters. I don't do lying in bed well. So upstairs is where I've been for the last week when I eventually was able to write and watch tv-still couldnt come onto the computer or use the ipad.
See that brown board to the left? I got that free from the supermarket when I bought some herbs, its now my ipad stand woohoo. I have no idea how my desk got so untidy hahahaha or why I have to use that 150 x 150cm top to its max.
The black pouch is my see through pencil case, I love it-got it from Officeworks. The red noodle box to the right houses my outgoing mail ready to post.
Below shows the incoming mail I need to reply to at week 4 of Lettermo. The pile on the right of 7 are what has arrived from lettermo participants that I need to reply to. I guess they will still be arriving long after February if these are arriving now at week 3.
For most of you following my blog (when I was able to get onto the computer), know I've been participating in Lettermo this month. That is what my desk is full of. Below are letters I've written so far in the 3 weeks of the challenge. I have connected with school mates, fulfilled my Postcrossing quota and posted snail mail instead of email friends I've usually contact. Its been wonderful!! Below photos show the outgoing of week 2 and 3
I love my curries as you all know! So I made this coconut chicken and potato curry specially so it could go into a pie, sadly I bought the wrong pastry for the pies so I ate the curry in lettuce leaves just like Sang Choy Bao, its so nice and light to eat it this way and I ate a whole head of lettuce hahaha yum!!!
A world of technology in a funny video for you all called "Pass the Salt", sadly this is our world now.
Linking up with Julia and her Stamping Ground