I’m a writer and photographer based in Dallas, TX.
I’m also a lifelong gamer who has been playing games since the dawn of time.
I’ve covered the games industry from the days of the Xbox and PlayStation consoles, and the first Xbox game was Halo.
I think I can safely say that gaming has changed my life in a significant way, and has made me appreciate the human spirit more and more.
My favorite game, for me, is the Zelda series.
I love the simple gameplay, the art style, and I adore the story.
And I have to admit that I love playing Zelda for its incredible design, its beautiful music, and its sense of place.
It makes me feel like a kid again.
And the interior design of the 1980s was a big part of that.
The look of this house was very much influenced by the design of those early days of home décor.
The first thing I noticed was the colors, the way the cabinets, the flooring, and even the furniture all matched up.
It was a beautiful thing.
And then I noticed that everything was so modern.
There was a new kind of glass that had been added to the ceilings.
And the lights were all so bright, and so bright and beautiful.
The house had a much more modern vibe, too.
The color was very different from anything I had seen in the ’70s.
It had a fresh, modern look, but also very much a 1980s style.
It was also one of the first homes to use LED lighting.
It wasn’t just bright lights and neon, it was all LEDs.
And it was so easy to install.
I was very lucky to live in a neighborhood with a lot of green space.
It would have been really difficult to live there without the house.
It’s a really beautiful and quiet place, with a very quiet neighborhood.
And then you walk around and see this amazing place.
I think the whole neighborhood would be thrilled.
I was always the one who had to look after the children in my apartment, because it was such a quiet place.
So it was an incredible place to be.
And I think my house is one of my favorite homes, because the house is very much in the tradition of the 1930s, and that’s just a really lovely thing to have.
And when I look at it now, I can’t wait to get back in the house and see how it is in its 80s glory.
And that is a great house to be in.