My Old Den

Off late, I've been really missing my old "den" in Delhi... my computer-table-cum-cabinet.

This full-almirah-height computer table was a really neat purchase. It had a proper place for everything - compartments for all the computer hardware, a drawer for all my diaries and miscellaneous stationery, a big cabinet for all my big folders and bulky books, two smaller cabinets for all my DVDs and some novels etc., and an entire shelf on the top for my old portable 2-in-one and other odd stuff!

There was space for my pen holders and photo frames too, and those two shelves in the middle were also very useful. And the best part... it had plenty of workspace left even after being loaded like this with all sorts of things!

I bought this table in May 2006, in Delhi. After I left that city, my sister continued to use it there, till she got married in November 2011. That's when we were forced to sell it, because the cost of transporting it to Patna would have been more than its worth! (By the way, even after using it for 5.5 years, we managed to sell it for practically the same price that I bought it!)

Anyway, off late, my current computer table (an even older model, purchased in 2001, I guess) has become really cluttered. As I'm involved in more activities here than in Patna, there's a lot more stuff now that I need to keep on immediate access. And that's why I've been missing my old "den" lately! :(

This is my 18th post for 2013 April Spring Cleaning Challenge.
Link to the previous post: "Wordless Wednesday: Memorabilia-XI: Writer's Knot!"

(Continued below sponsored content) Protection Status

Let me know you visited me. Leave a comment!

And if you enjoyed reading this post, then please SHARE it. You can use the following buttons for sharing. Thank you! :)

Sign-up for my FREE Weekly Email Newsletter

  • Get all my updates directly in your inbox.
  • Get tips, ideas, humour, & recommendations.
  • Get your weekly dose of inspiration and positivity.
  • Get Exclusive BONUS Stuff every month!

"One blog that I keep coming back to! Witty, introspective, fun, insightful..." - Amrapali Dixit

Your details will only be used to send what you sign up for. Here's my Privacy Policy.
Please tick the box above to give your consent.

Want to Add Something?

Post a Comment

Hi! Please share your views/queries on this article here.

You can comment with your Google Account (gmail ID).

To receive email reply to your comment, check the "Notify me" box below the comment box.

And don't forget to sign-up for my FREE Email Newsletter! (Don't worry, I hate spam too!)