Saturday, September 03, 2005

CD Storage

After spending Friday night watching the last 6 episodes of Lost whilst enjoying a bottle of vodka. It ends on a cliffhanger I just can't wait for the next series to start. They really know how to build the interest just relieving enough or taking you away on a tangent in every episode.

Thanks to the vodka and late night I was feeling pretty tired on this morning. In spite of this I decided to try and get some things done, my arms still sore from over-lifting at the gym so instead I cleaned my car even did a bit inside. Then I finally went out and sorted my CD storage problems. Since getting rid of the unit my old fish tank sat on I have had all the stuff that was held in it scattered in piles all over my room. It was mostly CD's and DVD's so I decided it might be a good idea to get a storage rack. I had tried whilst I was at Ikea a few week's ago but the only suitable one proved to be 3cm too tall. Living in a converted garage mean having a low ceiling. John Lewis had what I wanted but it was too expensive.

I finally found what I needed at Argos. They sell a media rack which can hold upto 780 CD's or a combination of CD's and DVDs. Its was a little pricey at £70 for a chipboard unit however its looks pretty nice stocked full of my music CD's (well not full yet have to buy some more CD's :-) Phil and I must have looked pretty funny lugging a 2 metre long box up Hillgate.

In the evening myself Ian and Phil went for a few drinks at the farmer's arms in Poynton. Ian is another Lost addict and was really interested to hear I had the whole series. I might even let him watch it if he asks nicely...

With my parents away my cat has being keeping my up all night. Meowing for food, or to come in or go out, I don't know how they put up with it.

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