Yesterday while on an innocent errand to the supermarket in Porter Square, beowabbit
and I detoured into Tags (a small Home Depot-ish store). As it happened, we'd dropped in on a day when they were offering a very special deal on lovely wooden shelving units they'd acquired -- just $19.99 for 4-level shelving that ordinarily went for $50+. We bought six. :-)
Two were for me, and he gallantly schlepped them up the three flight of stairs to my treehouse. (Thank you, sweetie!) vanguardcdk
set about the nasty business of moving the TV/DVD player and it's complicated wiring to another part of the room, and got one of the new shelving units set up. I set in to shoveling nine years of accumulated crap around, some of it going into a box that got hauled to the curb. beowabbit
is going to secure the upper unit to the wall (they're stackable!) and we will finally have a proper place for all our books, while optimizing seating room.
I have a stereo for sale -- $50. It has a 5 CD changer, AM/FM, and a cassette player for you old-schoolers. Perfect condition; I just never use it. Can post pix.
I hate when I'm engrossed in a really riveting novel, and my reading is interrupted by little annoyances like having to go to work. Want to be reading. Really riveting novel = God Is Dead
by Ron Currie, Jr.