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Tag Archives: television
Today is Halloween. I haven’t written anything suitable lately, so I’ve decided to share something from long ago. From Nov 3, 2015, to be exact. But before I get to that, I’ll share a couple of pictures I took today … Continue reading
I have four drafts from the last twenty-four hours. The same thing keeps happening. I try to write about one thing, but it connects to other things—things that make me feel like hell… things that I don’t want to talk … Continue reading
Warning: Too many gifs follow. I was having fun… and needed a laugh. Maybe it’ll work for you, too… This is the fourth post I’ve written today. Maybe it’ll be the one I actually post. I’ve killed the rest. I think … Continue reading
Yesterday was something extra… today it’s something good. Can you believe it? So… guess what? Hawaii Five-0 is back tonight with new episodes… yay! Yes, I’m trying to appreciate the little things. And the gorgeous ones… (and apparently my boy-craziness … Continue reading
I love this guy. For his brains. For his wit. For his impeccable delivery. For being human. For not being afraid to show his emotions. (And probably for not being able to hide them…) The below video aired before Seth’s … Continue reading
Earlier today I was alerted to the fact that today is the birthday of a man with whom I clearly have an obsession. So, let us eat cake and celebrate the big 4-0… for the delicious man from 5-0. … Continue reading
I have two children and one husband. So, three children. Cartoon Network (CN) is the most watched network in our home. While the shows (except for the Adult Swim block) are generally aimed at kids, some have distinct adult-appeal as … Continue reading