I enjoy having internet, hell without it I wouldn't be posting this. However I hate all the technology required for it. Wifi cable modem, router, cables, wires...yuck. They are always a tangled mess of blinking lights and ugly plastic. So what do you do about it? Make friends with some cigar smokers (thanks El Granto...Read More
As our office is actually our third bedroom, it conveniently had a closet. A closet was the perfect place to store all the not so pretty office essentials. i.e. paper, cd's, printer, El Granto'sRead More
ugly utilitarian college filing cabinet, as well as some oversize items that take up a lot of space in our own...
I loooove baths. Like unhealthy obsession love. Like you may have to call Intervention love. If we had money and space in our backyard I would have a hot tub for sure. A bath is like a hot relaxing hug. When I have had a shitty day, all I ever want to do is take...Read More
We live in a 100 year old home, and we have plastic heat registers. Hey, I am no historian, but I feel pretty confident in saying that that they aren’t original… Not only are they plastic, but they are different colours and patterns. We’ve got white slatted ones, plastic stainless steel look swirly ones, brown...Read More
El Granto here. My first post on Storefront Life and it's about something really cool (and hot)! We're really consistent with our thermostat settings. We always have it on program and rarely change the settings (unless we're in the yard enjoying our Friday libations with friends then we shut the AC off to...Read More
A long long time ago, when El Granto & I moved in together, El Granto was still in school, I had just graduated and was working my first big kid job. We had no money, ate copious amounts of pasta and potatoes, and spent what was left on (cheap) beer. Needless to say our furniture consisted...Read More
We needed a desk for the office. We loved old bankers desks, and lovely chunky vintage desks, but we had one problem. Whatever desk we wanted in the office needed to be able to fit up our tiny staircase, or be hefted up and over our second floor deck. Otherwise it needed to be assembled...Read More