May 3rd, 2011
Cleaning Martha's Desk
Posted by Sharkey
Well, yesterday we blogged about smashing the giant chocolate bunny and if that wasn’t enough, I was given another task of cleaning and organizing Martha’s desk. Martha’s desk is right in the kitchen and since that’s where we, Frenchies, hang out, I didn’t really mind too much. After all, we’re the ones who have to look at it all day.
1 Sanu, I have taken on the task of cleaning Martha's desk and it's no small job, so thanks for helping me.
2 Martha uses these fancy silver mint julep cups to hold her pens and pencils. This Wright's Silver Cream sure does a great job of making silver gleam!
3 And this divided brass tray, probably from India or some other faraway land, holds many small objects on her desk. Oops! I think we missed a spot!
4 Let's polish and wash it one more time. It must be perfectly perfect!
5 I'm giving it the white paw treatment! LOL!!!
6 Now, let's have a look at all this stuff from Martha's desk.
7 Spare change from all over the world! Martha sure gets around! I'm a French bulldog and I've never even been to France! Maybe I'll use this money to charter a plane.
8 This pile looks like a mess! Push pins, safety pins, paper clips, and screws! It's time to organize.
9 These are some serious looking clips, which Martha uses to hold all of her new book galleys together. I can't even count how many new Martha Stewart books keep passing through this kitchen.
10 Oh boy! A pile of paper clips! Do you dare me to chain them together? Wouldn't that be just maddening? I'm tempted.
11 There! All back together and won't she be thrilled?
12 And now to organize the pens. Martha really like the LePen brand, which has a smooth writing micro-fine plastic point and a sleek barrel design. Plus, the ink is acid free and non-toxic.
13 In fact, every time Martha goes to a new book signing for all of those books that keep passing through this kitchen, she always signs with a LePen.
14 You know that she signs hundreds of books at each signing and she says that this particular pen is easy on the hand joints. I prefer a stamp pad, myself.
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