posted by Geninne at 12:30 PM
Uhm, how come my boy's desk doesn't look 1/100th so neat?? *lol*
I really like those birds holding the pencils so neat...and what a wonderful and bright place to do school work.I totally agree with you - natural light is the best ;0)
What a beautiful space to do school work! I love how simple it is but also inspiring.
Oh, how I envy the bright, open study-area of your boys! Can you be my mom? :)
This would have been a huge motivator, and still would be, in doing homework! Though now, unlike hs, I really love doing my homework! But really, the natural light would so help.
I'm so embarrassed at the messiness of my son's desk in comparison to yours. We have a daily struggle of "where's a pencil"... I tell him to dig deeper. The lighting is so uplifting.
What a wonderful space. I also homeschool. It is such a wonderful & stressful experience. I sure you can relate. Take Care
It's beautiful! I'm from Spain and I don't speak english very well, sorry. I like very much your work and I'll visit you often (often means a lot of times, is it?) jeje :)
Wonderful space with all that light. The pencil holders are cute. You must have some really interesting markets! Love your work by the way.Cheers!
Gorgeous! Oh, now I'm going to have to clean my desk. The rest of the house, I can keep clean. But my desk - workin' on it!
WOW! I don't think I've ever seen a desk look so clean and neat! And just look at the greenery outside. Seriously awesome!I'm so excited...I just order two of your prints as a birthday gift to myself! It took me forever to choose because I love them all! :)
Wow, I wish I could get my hands on some cute birdie pencil holders like those. Any chance the vendor would sell them outside of Mexico?
The birds look after your children.¡Qué hermosa luz!
love the pencil holders. looks like a great space for work to be done. wish ours looked like that.
Do you homeschool? We do. It just reminded me of a wonderful place to get lots of projects done. : )
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