Our computer desk is in a downstairs bedroom that we are using for an office. On my and Joel's shared desk is our computer, a stack of correspondence combined with some pictures that Joel used in a slideshow he created for my grandfather's birthday, and a stack of Christmas cards and birthday cards (Jan.) for my son because I don't know where to put them. Also on my desk is a DVD case that is probably left over from burning the slide show and a CD that my son probably pulled out of a drawer. My daughter also has a page of paper on our desk that has number 5s on it that she was practicing writing. Also, as I am typing this, she has graced the desk with a picture she has drawn of her and her "bestest friend" swinging that she will give to said friend tomorrow.
The last stack on my desk has pages that I've printed out from Adventures at Allen Academy for a Scripture Memory System that I've been setting up today with Emily Anne's help. On top of these pages is the book A-Z of smocking, and crowning this stack is my NIV Bible. The only other thing on the desk right now is a stapler that I brought from upstairs because the stapler from the desk drawer is not working (You would think that I would be able to unstuck a stapler, but I am in no way mechanical.).
I think I need to order some of these pretties to organize some of this clutter.
Oh, I forgot something. Dust. Lots and lots of dust.
Now, let's see what's on these ladies' desks: