Friday, August 2, 2013

My First Week Home.

What a week, I've stopped and been smelling the roses. hahaa
I have been working though. Now I did think about tidying up my new office before I showed it to you but the truth is...
it was just to hard! There is paper work every where and I'm still trying to unpack files so here it is in all it's messy glory.
I am loving having this as my own space.
My view from my desk. How I love being able to work at home, down the steps and I'm here in my little office.
I have been getting the last of July's statements out in between gardening. I do get a little side tracked and go out to do some weeding, then back in for more book work.
Behind the hedge is my office, a nice walk to work every day,lol.
The nasturtium's are taking over this garden so I've been out there this morning pulling them all out. I found a rose in there not looking very good. Hopefully now it can see the sun it will come back.
Looking forward to getting back to blog land I've missed it.
Have a blessed week end


  1. It sounds like things are slowing down for you now, Mandy. I am sure you will enjoy doing more of the things around home that you now have time for.

  2. Found your blog through your comment at Fishtail Cottage... and realised we are almost neighbours lol
    Greetings from Loganholme, Logan City, south of Brisbane :)

  3. Looks delightful, gardening is nice this time of year!

  4. Thanks for coming by and introducing yourself.
    I see why you'd enjoy working from home. Such a lovely view and gardens. Nice to be able to take a break from paper work and enjoy the outdoors.
    Mary Alice

  5. I look forward to following your adventures now you have more spare time. Take things nice and slow and enjoy the me time :)


  6. Looks like a great place for "work." Your walk to your office is a delight! Hope you are enjoying yourself!

  7. It's great to have you back, we've missed you.

  8. I hope all goes well with the handover and wind up.
    Now to have some serious "Grandma" time and enjoy your freedom to spend hours enjoying being creative and the little ones while they are still too young for school.