Local Heart, Global Soul

May 17, 2020

Chair Bare Bones…

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(photograph © Kiwidutch)

Since I joined Himself working from home, we had to rearrange our working spaces.

I have worked from home previously but that was before many surgeries and strong medications.

I used to work from Himself’s and my bedroom but after waiting four years for things to work out we sent my big working desk back to work.

To make space for our new kitchen (delayed and now due to arrive around the end of June) we rearranged our home fitness equipment and now the bedroom space is not available for a work desk any more.

Now I do related but different work, and as a person at great risk of Coronavirus, it was very quickly made possible  for me to work from home.

Luckily we have a desk upstairs but I needed an office chair and when I mentioned ordering one, Himself decided that he was willing to give up his old, tatty, ramshackle office chair that he’s hung on to fiercely for that past 20 years or so.

He’s always shut down any family member descent that this chair had long, long seen it’s best days so these words came completely out of the blue. Before we knew it two new chairs arrived the next day and he had already stripped the old one down to it’s innards. (Yes, there were patches of foam showing though everywhere it had become so threadbare, previous he just didn’t care).

These photographs are what the innards of an office chair look like …and even though you know that various mechanisms operate the up, down, tilt back etc, it turnes out to be an even more complicated looking system than I thought. Who knew?!

(photograph © Kiwidutch)

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