Thursday, March 19, 2015

Help my empty space

I couldn't play Hotline Miami 2 again last night. The spirit was willing but the hands were barely functional. There was a climbing competition at my gym over the weekend (no, I did not attend) so all of the routes were new and most of them were really, really difficult. Crimps for days. Even the drive home was difficult so the best I could mange for the rest of the evening was YouTube and The Crew, activities that required roughly equivalent thought and dexterity.

If you'll indulge me, I am going to talk about my new office for a bit. The idea of decorating is completely foreign to me and I faced with two large walls and a set of shelves. This is the best I have come up with so far.

Spartan? Lazy? Take your pick. The pictures are not mine, they came with the office, and they are going to go. Behind my chair is even worse: a single wall with nothing on it. Any art that goes up will need to be purchased as I have no art at home to donate. This is odd predicament, one that I never imagined I would find myself in.

Can I put up gaming stuff? Do I dare? I assume that I should look respectable but no one is ever going to see the space. I'd love to put in a decent stereo but I don't have the money to buy one.

If nothing else my desk is already pleasantly cluttered so it feels like home.

1 comment:

  1. A decent stereo can come pretty cheap. I have one I bought for like $130 with a lightning jack for newer iPods - it's a Sony - and it'd probably be way cheaper in the States.

    Also, if you want something gamer-rific you can find some nice, high-quality images of stuff you love - I'd suggest finding a good artist so viewers won't, necessarily, know it's game-related but simply interesting - take the .PNG on a flash drive to Staples, print it out on big paper and frame it.

    Easy, cheap.