Not a hole, (apologies to Macca), but a certain ickyness in the left trapezius that is probably the result of too much time sitting at the computer with my neck at an odd angle. Of course, the obvious fix is to spend less time at the computer, but we know how likely that is to happen. Not.
What did happen was this. Now my monitors are up at a height where my neck doesn’t have to be at that odd angle. Additionally, I’m gaining some desktop real estate by being able to put things under the shelves, like all the cords you need for two monitors (4), a cordless phone charger cradle (1), the desk lamp (1), a dohicky for adding four additional USB ports to my computer (2), as well as room for the large weighted base of the desk lamp and a digital camera. By elevating the large round bases of the two monitors up onto the little tables, this leaves more room on my desk top for the UPS, which is the size of a shoe box (for a pair of men’s size 14EEEE wingtips); two bowls of knitting; the hand-blown drinking glass that I keep my pens, pencils, big scissors and letter opener in (which was sitting out of reach on the filing cabinet because I didn’t have room for it on my desk); a small bowl of knitting notions; a digital camera; a coaster for a glass/cup; a coaster for a carafe/stainless steel bottle; a keyboard; a mouse pad; and a mouse.*
My BFF refers to my computer setup as “the cockpit” and the time I spend at the computer as “flying the house,” the conceit being that my house is a space ship . This hearkens back to my salad days when I was a medical transcriptionist and worked from home, so I spent at least 8 hours a day at the computer, flying the house to make a living. These days, I’m a free-lance pilot and can go where ever I want.
In the knitting news, I try to knit a row or two on the project by each chair though I am in the process of a big Liaden Universe Reread. I might mention at this point that the Kindle versions of Agent of Change which was the first book published, and Fledgling, which picks up at an interesting place a bit further on in the saga of Clan Korvil, are both free through Amazon. Two large helpings of space opera at no cost to you. Fair warning, though. They’re like potato chips. Betcha can’t read just one. . . .
*Astute readers will have noted the strategic deployment of semicolons by the English major when one or more of the items listed in a series has internal commas.