All the crap hung behind Bossy’s desk. And when she says crap, she means treasures.
First of all, Bossy hung a door behind her desk. And it’s not just a door, it’s a door from a log cabin and it’s probably Bossy’s favorite possession.
And because it’s her favorite possession, she has proceeded to cover every inch of it with crap=treasures.
All the way to the left, top, is a thank you letter written to Bossy’s husband after he played a memorial for a musician friend. Under that is a photo of Bossy’s garden when her purple whatchamacallits were blooming.
Next to that, hangs this. Above that are the first checks Bossy ever received for writing (and, you know, the last), and way toward the bottom of the photo is a laminate poster from the Academy Award winning film, Bossy loves Cusack. The laminate poster says, “Of course you’d find yourself hanging around the John” and it was a gift from her intended for Bossy’s bathroom.
Half-obscured underneath is a photo of Bossy’s daughter from the one and only time she was allowed to go to Chuck E. Cheese. Above that is a photo of Barack O’Boyfriend , and under that is a photo of a taxi with “Bossy” written on the door, which was taken by a Bossy reader in a foreign country.
Next to those two photos is a 3-D paper flower and hovering clouds made by Bossy’s daughter in preschool.
Moving right, there’s an envelope full of receipts which is neither crap nor treasure, and next to that a painting by
Vincent van Gogh Bossy’s daughter, and all the way to the right is another art piece by Bossy’s daughter, this time a 3-D image of a girl made entirely of party streamers.
If you’re looking for something on this wall that represents Bossy’s son, look for the dash of red partially obscured by the Bossy Loves Cusack photo — it’s Bossy’s son and his best friend when they were four.