Nothing on my monitor but there's a plethora of wee beasties close by. There's daughter's dolphin pod consisting of various ceramic and glass ones cavorting with some carved wooden African animals (elephant, giraffe and 3-legged rhino) nearest me on the mantelpiece. My perpetual calendar (with its stand and 3 wooden cubes which displays the day number and month and was a gift from Readers' Digest many years ago) is close to my oil burner and the chunky little Prinknash cream jug which holds water for the burner.
On the other side of the clock is an eclectic mix of critters...........a pot monkey from Mexico, a green stone cat, several owls which belonged to my mum including a wooden one from Switzerland which started her collection, a very old brass bunny rabbit and a dachshund dog, a group of mock-ivory three wise monkeys of medium size and another group of three monkeys in bronze (not brass) which is very tiny; several other cats to go with the owls, and two border terriers (one ceramic, the other reconstituted coal)....and a little bog oak lucky pig from Co Mayo.
The whole lot takes up a shelf 5 feet x 6 inches which also contains a picture or two and a modicum of dust at the moment which I hope to have carbon dated before disposing of it in a humane manner.
Goldfish shoals nibbling at my toes. Fun, fun, fun, in the sun, sun, sun!