Writing Exercise 1

I urge to write lately, and i follow the writing tips on twitter. They really tickled me to try to write properly.

One of the writing exercises is: Write a 300-word description of your bedroom.

I did this lesson.

My Bedroom

We had extra king-size bed for us to sleep. The headboard is a full height mirror, framed by old-chocolate-color wood with herringbones pattern. Across our bed, there are 44inch television set, with DVD Player underneath plus some of unwatched  DVD discs. Copied or original. Next to them, there is custom-made working table, brown colored  too, with Computer set and new printer machine that works as photocopier, fax machine and also scanner, bought last month. Lots of brochure and flyers, ATM and credit card receipts. Pencil case and basket of small things.

We had two reclining-seater black leather sofa with adjustable foot, so we can lay down. But this sofa is rarely to sit because we usually put something upon, such as praying clothes and praying rug. Now i had basket for our praying clothes and rugs. And now i really enjoying reading here while companying my husband watching TV.

Besides our bed, we had bedside table that actually not suit with our bedroom furniture. The color is not match and there’re part of my sons’ bedroom. They’re low height, comparing to our bed, but fairly enough to put our stuffs. For glass of water and novels to read. And a kind of bookshelf with same color as bedside table, but one of my favorite because I can put my side novels and magazines and bunches of paper so they won’t full the desk. On top of the shelf, we put our bottle perfume, watches and accessories that we wear them daily. We don’t have dressing table and mirror, since we had huge mirror as a headboard, and I do my make up in the bathroom.

We had small walk-in closet as a place for clothes and friends. But everyday it seem smaller thus our stuffs getting more. And we had ensuite bathroom on the other side of the wall. The bedroom is a sanctuary to me. Me as an introvert person, prefer staying in the bedroom rather than in the living room. Feeling comfort and safe, like a turtle and its shell.

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