My Favorite Space

My Favorite Space - I need to straighten my desk; I’m...

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Description Piece My favorite spot on campus is my dorm room, Jewell 201. Unfortunately, due to my busy schedule, I don’t get to spend as much time there as I would like. The room is small but cozy, chaotic, but in an organized way. It usually smells like cherry lemonade, but not today, since no one turned on the candle warmer. Now it doesn’t really smell like anything. The white concrete walls are covered with various posters and pictures from home. The floor is covered with brown carpet and the always present pile of clean clothes, just waiting to be hung up in the closet or folded and shoved into the dresser. My desk is pushed up against the right wall. On my desk sits my computer, printer, notebooks, a carton of pistachios, a bag of Hershey’s Kisses, my IPod, and the carved wooden giraffe that my boyfriend bought for me.
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Unformatted text preview: I need to straighten my desk; I’m running out of room to put things. Above my desk hangs my calendar, just waiting to be filled with appointments, tests, and project due dates. My lamp is on, but I can’t decide if I should turn it up or not. There’s never the right amount of light in here. My bed, which is lofted, is actually made for once, with the hot pink down comforter pulled up to hide the multicolored striped sheets underneath. The TV is blaring from its perch atop Maggie’s dresser, but I’m not actually watching anything; it’s just there for background noise. There are plenty of nice places on campus, but my dorm room is my favorite. It may be small, it may be noisy, and it may even be a tad bit on the messy side, but it’s home....
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This essay was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course CO 240 taught by Professor Crummey during the Spring '08 term at Blackburn College.

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