Today I had to go and buy a new chair to use at the computer.
Now it's not that I have suddenly gained an office to do my writing in- if only- no my swivel chair was falling apart and it had to be replaced.
Have you seen how much adjustable swivel chairs can cost? I'm not talking executive types either- I don't have room for those anyway. They cost!!!
I didn't need new, second hand would be fine and within my budget.
So off we went to the Office Equipment place, based in an early 20th century building that looked like it was once a large expensive car showroom with attached garage.
Within was a cave of delight for any writer.
Filing cabinets of assorted sizes and designs. Big desks, curved desks, desks with draws and shelves, and then the chairs: black, orange, brown and blue; the plastic sort you find in church halls and schools and the metal legged sort that wouldn't look out of place in a hospital waiting area. There were a few bucket chairs in black imitation leather and a reception sofa...
It was hard to concentrate on the chairs when my eyes kept lingering on the other equipment, but I forced myself.
I bought a used operator chair with adjustable height and back, and enough wheels to move the chair with ease and still swivel.
There's even room for my wide posterior to rest comfortably on the blue seat.
My dear hubby lifted it into the back of the car for me and drove us home.
Then it was a couple of hours before I actually got to sit at the computer in my 'new' chair as the males in the house got to it first...
In the meantime I will dream of the day when I can have my own office... :-)