Yet another woman cave update!

The floor: the biggest shelf in the entire room

A few weeks ago I mentioned  I was in the market for additional shelving for my woman cave because, well, I had sorta-kinda ran out of room. So instead of being logical and scaling back my purchases, I decided I needed to make more room for even more purchases. 

I know, I know. The amount of sense I make is staggering. 

I’m happy to report Operation: Find More Shelving was a success! 

For now, the smaller shelf is being used as an overflow for games I find at garage sales, Goodwill, etc. Once that runs out of room (because it will) I have a smaller DVD shelf in another corner I can use. The bigger shelf is being used for magazine overflow – I have this thing where I like to collect vintage game magazines and guides.

There's that damn empty Final Fantasy box...

 And now my woman cave has a nice, clean, visible floor!

Yeaaaah. All of those bags are games I’ve found at garage sales and/or at the Goodwill. I need to make videogame haul videos STAT so I can shelf them.

Why do I enable myself so?


    • DAW. Thanks! I think everyone should also have their own [fill in gender here] cave as well ;) INCLUDING YOU!

    • Digging the Mushroom slippers! :)

      But, speaking one heavy duty collector to another: it’s going to be difficult for you to have easy access to all of your games, mags and whatnot, unless you find a larger space… though I’m sure you arranged everything with that in mind. (i.e. not blocking access to stuff you’re actually going to dig up and use.)

    • LMAO. Actually, I’m not sure. It might just be a box. My mom bought me some stuff at a garage sale and I haven’t gone through it yet.

  1. I’m not gonna lie.

    As your friend, I’m getting a little bit worried, and have begun the process of trying to figure out what emotional void this collection of yours fills.


  2. Have you ever thought about getting one of those storage pods? Lol. One of these days you’re going to get a job making big mula, and then you’ll finally be able to let your creative museum curator juices flow!

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