Saturday, May 14, 2011

A tour of the home office

A few weeks ago, Scott Greenfield gave a peek behind the curtain at Simple Justice. Now it's my turn.

Since last weekend was Mother's Day, I decided to work from home. These are some pictures of my workspace and the project on which I was working.

This is my workstation.

Who needs a computer chip? Just give me some hickory and pecan.

Unfortunately, the contents of this jar are covered by the attorney work product privilege.

I know from experience that this project takes about 18 hours (at 225 degrees).

Into the work station you go, Bessie.

Who needs an office with a window when you've got this?

Around the corner is the conference room.

Time for final processing.

Time to eat. Sliced or chopped?

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