I think it’s time to move toward acceptance.

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this picture was taken in my office in October 2008.

This was earlier this summer.

And this was today.

It’s possible the window is not coming back.  There have been other conversations about this in the past, but I was full of hope right up until there was paint.

Good-bye dear window.  I will miss you.

P.S. If you’re wondering, there is a building expansion happening adjacent to my office.  That’s why.  Here’s the view from the other side of the wall.

7 thoughts on “I think it’s time to move toward acceptance.

  1. As a person getting ready to spend 5 days a week for the next nine months in classrooms with no exterior windows, I can relate.

    I always look at it as a fun little game to see what the weather is doing when I come out of my ‘hole.’

    On a more practical note. You may want to consider re-arranging some stuff on the wall so it doesn’t look so big. And beige. And sort of forlorn. Kind of like Kansas in winter.

    • yeah, it is always a surprise to see, what? it’s still DAYLIGHT!?!?

      Would you believe I left the wall blank intentionally for pictures? On account of the forlorn. The truth is, soon I’m going to move to a different office (also without windows) so I’m not going to put much effort into dressing the wall up at the moment.

    • yeah, I had a whole plan for a 50 inch screen to hang vertically where the window used to be, displaying seasonal outdoor pics. But apparently that’s not going to happen. :)

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