Well, as I am going through midlife crisis, it is a photograph of Duran Duran in their heyday. All looking as good as ever to my eyes and making me smile because I remember what it was like to be eighteen. Looking at them makes my heart flutter just a little like it did twenty five years ago when they were just starting out, and the eighties were full of promise for us. What a great time to be a teenager. <br />
And it's sad to think of them growing old. Though it's nice too- because I am also older now.<br />
(Don't tell anyone. :)
grass with wedding rings in it. It symbolizes waiting until marriage.
pillsberry dough man<br />
hes amazing!<br />
Collage of family and friends with life lessons from "Conversations with God" scattered among the faces.
its a photo of me and my best friend laughing.
Gareth Barry, in Manchester City Football Club Home Kit at Maine Road. Mmmmm, you wouldn't understand.
I change it up relatively frequently, but I always choose a scenic view. I don't think there is a better choice than a breath taking view to greet me; having something more personal for something I see every day wouldn't have too much value as I am typically the only one that looks at it.
it's a pic of a beautiful sad fairy resting her head in her arms on the seat of a swing the swing ropes had lillie climb all over them.
A blue night fairy
SS United States underway
My desktop background is a picture of me in a french maids outfit and 4 inch heels !
At home it is the face of an emu close up. At work it is the radar picture of Hurricane Gustav slamming the Louisiana coast.
That is a simple ? My wives. They are my wallpaper. I have my wives and children as my screen savers.
Mine changes every 10 seconds - up close animals & crazy looking insects looking out at me (about 12-15 different ones). Makes me giggle everytime I log on. A good start to working on my PC. The only human I have on it is David Tennat and his amazing smile. I blush when he shows up.
Jonathan Coulton and I!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Our siamese kitten on a chair