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Re: New office annierose

Posted by Dinah on February 26, 2008, at 12:51:37

In reply to Re: New office, posted by annierose on February 26, 2008, at 12:28:37

It's very bare. Just a very small plain room with the sofa and two chairs. All very lush. I think that reflects his personality. Lush. I like that to describe him. Not as in *a* lush. lol.

His other office has leather captain's chair type furniture. I like it better but it probably doesn't reflect who he is as much. Although I suppose leather can be seen as tactile... I like it not only because I can perch instead of sink, but because it looks cleaner to me. You could conceivably take a cleaner to it. Hmmm... Maybe that's leftovers from In Treatment. :)

The new office still looks temporary. I don't really remember how long he's had it, and I don't know what his plans are for furnishing it.

Could you say more about the metaphors? I don't always get stuff like that.

I think I see it more as another example about how I'd do anything, and have done anything, to keep in contact with him. I don't want to get any negative comments from anyone over this, but I sometimes am amazed at how much power they have over us. My therapist hasn't misused it, bless him. And in the end perhaps I'd draw a line if he did. Because I'm sort of a line drawer. But I amuse myself sometimes by wondering how far I'd go if my only other choice was losing him.

 

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