39 78% 29% 0mph WSW bar 29.60 steep rise windchill39 Epiphany
Worked some more this morning on Faeries on the Gunflint Trail. This story has legs.
After the morning writing session, I set out on a quest to finish the installation of the 50″ Panasonic which now sits astride our Stickley coffee table turned TV stand like a colossus. Speaker stands. As I passed the $400 mark in post-purchase expenditures (a few really expensive cables, some new DVD’s and these damned speaker stands), I realized I hadn’t thought through this purchase quite as well as I thought as I had.
Best Buy (near by) have speaker stands? Oh, yes. Stands that fit my speakers? Oh, no. So, instead of working on my Taste of Asia tour for next Friday, the little red car headed across country to the Maple Grove temple to I just gotta have it now and turned in at the now familiar Ultimate Electronics store. Clutching my tiny satellite speaker I walked in and a few minutes later walked back out with the four omni-post speaker stands.
Back home. All the while listening to the adventures of poor Charlotte Simmons as she matriculates to Dupont University. She’s sure out of her element in the co-ed dorm.
Up from my nap I have renewed determination to wire up everything and those speakers pounding so I can hear the rain drops in the opening scene of the Bourne Identity which the installer yesterday assured me I could hear once I had the speakers set up. I’m no audiophile, hell, I’m barely able to hear with one good ear and the high sounds going in that one, but those rain drops. Soon.