It also gives you a place to display your cutesy chalkboard creation, as well as a DVD player, and video game thingy.
This desk set me back twenty bucks at Goodwill. The TV, which SH insisted he needed to be able to see the pores on Natalie Gulbis's face, well, that was a bit more.
When he brought home the TV, we temporarily placed it on top of the dresser that was in PG's childhood bedroom. She gave me a big, "No, thank you!" when it came to taking any furniture when she moved away from home. How could anyone pass up a Sears bedroom collection circa 1987? I do not know.
It looked, well, it looked like you dragged out your child's old dresser, and plopped a TV on the top.
Yes, that is a different TV. I do realize that.
The new TV made its appearance rather quickly. This is what our old TV looked like stuck on the dresser. It also could serve as a plea for decorating help. I am not trying to insult your intelligence, as I point out the obvious. Yes, I write confusing blog posts, and I love self-deprecation passing as humor. I know that you want to become a follower, so you won't miss a minute of the hilarity.
Not much better, but then I had an idea!
So, with a bit of sanding, staining, and those little shelf holder doohickeys,
The thrift store desk went from
The perfect spot for the giant TV, and all its goodies.
SH was happy enough to create the shelves, and install them, but he drew the line at golf viewing photos.
Ms. Gulbis might be young, and beautiful, but she didn't dream up a way to convert a desk to a media center. Yeah for me, the middle aged wifey!
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