Trousers: high school rummage sale, 2004
Cardigan: who knows? Not me.
Me-Made Photoday number two found me at the office. Did I mention I have an office job now? I have an office job now, guys, and today I wore my newly-completed Taffy to work:
I do not know why it is all bunched up in my trouser waistband here! Yuck! I'm so pleased, though, with how it came out in the end.
These photos were all taken inside my office. I have an office! I have that bookshelf, and my own desk--like 300% more desk than I have ever had before--and one of those great spinny chairs...
and a million old files to sort through, codify and file before I can push one into the other!
(Just to clarify: I am not actually important or anything! I have an office because it is a tiny place and there happened to be one free right around my start date, not because I am important.)
We are on the ninth floor, and I have the requisite creepy view across the street,
but I can't be too creeptastic because my windowsill is too deep to let me see the ground:
I work in Boston's Financial District, sort of nearby South Station (the major train and bus terminal) and Government Center. After a bunch of gross, rainy days--and a pretty unpromising morning--this afternoon was quite nice, so I took a bit of a stroll-and-snap excursion on my way back from lunch. I hit up Post Office Square (see, there is green space in cities! Sometimes I forget):
I walk under this canopy/arbor thing on my way to the office:
Sometimes you can catch the skyscrapers at kind of cool angles:
This statue is right across from work:
And last but not least: my favorite thing about my building: the sickawesome back wall of the elevator!
Not a very good picture, but: gold! Ornate molding! I feel like the baddest of asses whooshing up to the ninth floor with that at my back.
Back to the archive, and bright colors, tomorrow! Maybe if I can remember my camera I'll do another secret office tour...