Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Let there be sound

On top of the entertainment center, and on the floor next to it is a Bose 321 sound system. What's unusual about this system is that it is two years old and newly installed, both at the same time.

Yep, I ordered it. 6 months interest free. Then, because I didn't think I could do all the plugging in of wires without a second set of hands to be sure the tv didn't make the whole thing fall over on me when I turned it as far sideways as the rotating piece would go, it sat. And sat. And sat some more. Until it became a burden. As in,

are you ever going to get that thing plugged up? It is easy. You know how to do it.

But I need a second set of hands, I whined to myself since everyone knows golden retrievers don't do home improvement. Gus, in particular, would be interested in home destruction, but never home improvement. Plus they have no hands. Duh.

But then my sister and brother-in-law came to pick up my niece from my mother's and called to say "do you want to get lunch?" and I was all "sure, what about Boneheads, or Five Guys? haven't tried Five Guys? then we must go there".

Then we all went back to my house. Where, because my BIL said he would hook up the Bose 321, because I thought it would be a jiffy and I had asked if he would, my BIL hooked up the Bose 321.

After installing the Bose 321 by himself (no second set of hands) my BIL said

"lo, you push this button, and let there be sound: movies and cds and tv and AM and FM, all sorts of sound".

And I did.

It was good.


1 comment:

  1. You have a Bose - very nice sound system.

    Glad you got it working, it must have been a lot of money to spend and have lying around..

    CJ xx



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