This is where I spend 8 hours a day (give or take) 5 days a week. You can see my lunch on the desk, a pic of P and a really nice plaque from the Phila Museum of Art's Degas exibition. I also have a pear paperweight that weighs about 5 lbs. I threaten people with it.
I share this office with A. His desk is to the right. My office door is closest to the lobby so if our receptionist, who is part-time, isn't there I end up signing for everything and letting other advisors know their clients are here (if their clients are a-holes, I make them wait a little longer). I also am the go to person for the copiers, computers, mail machine and pretty much anything else office related. Yes, I am that girl in the office with all the answers. Not sure how I got that way but all day I hear, "Check with Jen, she'll know." and "Jen is the scanner working?" etc.
It's actually a nice place to work and I get along with everyone even if they irritate me. One of the other assistants has a candy drawer we all contribute to. It's just a good thing for me it's on the other side of the office.
Sorry for the boring post but I am actually feeling slightly under the weather (hoping that a few doses of Airborne will take care of it) and there wasn't anything particularly great to take pics of today. I will tell you a very nice thing my in-laws did for me last night. They are traveling to Charleston, SC this week. Last night they called and I answered the phone, FIL, "Guess what I am looking at." Me, laughing a little, "I have no idea." FIL: I am looking at the Cape Fear River and the bridge that goes over it from the Pilothouse [resaurant]. Me: "REALLY!? I didn't know you were going to stop there on your way." FIL: "Yes we decided to do it and stay the night." You see, they decided to stop in Wilmington, NC for the night and that's where I went to college and spent about 7 years of my life. I could tell exactly where he was from where he was standing and told him to look to his left to see my old boathouse. I really loved living there and have not been back since moving back to PA. It was such a nice surprise and gave me some time to think about all the great times I had there.