Showing posts with label tv shows. Show all posts
Showing posts with label tv shows. Show all posts

(Almost) Wordless Wednesday: Why I Will Be Offline Tonight

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Two words: Sawyer and Jack!

Must See TV

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

I love TV. I know what people say about it being a time waster and rotting your brain. Whatever. There's some great stuff on TV! I'm stoked all the fall shows are back. Here's what I'd be watching every day if my family decided they didn't need to eat or wear clean laundry (click on the picture to view larger):

What about you? What will you be watching at night?

Coming Attractions

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

For the past few weeks. I've been in a blogging funk. (Here's the part where you say, Really? I hadn't noticed!).

I've sat in front of the computer with nothing original coming to mind and said ah, screw it.

Hopefully having some quiet time will help and if nothing else I can use a distraction from missing my baby.

Here are a few things I've written in my notebook that I hope to get to soon:

1. The fall TV and movie schedules and how I'd love to be a couch potato.
2. Cascade vs. Electrasol
3. Adding to my reading list and the books I've purchased recently (I think it's becoming an addiction. I just can't stop!).

4. My adopted soldier and how I'll need your help (it will only cost you a stamp).

5. The 10 Things About Me meme Steph tagged me for.

Very ambitious, I know.

Dance Party Friday

Friday, August 29, 2008

Anyone remember Dance Party USA? I used to watch it religiously. I would call my friend and we'd watch together over the phone. Ahh, memories. Happy Friday and have a great holiday weekend!

SeeqPod - Playable Search

My Thighs Are Screaming!

Thursday, July 24, 2008

Another 30+ minutes today with the Wii Fit. I hate lunges! Yesterday, I decided to do Pilates instead of use the Fit, and I got scolded!

"I see you were too busy to work out yesterday."

Cheeky bastard.

My fit age dropped again, to 35. I'm pushing myself to see if I can get it below my real age on or before my birthday in a few weeks.

How about you? Are you focusing on lowering your age, weight or BMI?
(Fit image from here)
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TV Time

Tuesday, January 1, 2008

We have an online membership with Blockbuster. Love it! We don't get out much and don't subscribe to a movie channel so being able to stay semi current with movies and the cable series is great. I thought I'd start keeping a list of what I've been watching with the same rating as the books and a note on kid appropriateness.

27 Dresses - Thumbs Up

Juno - Thumbs Up

Weeds, Season 1 - Thumbs Up

Iron Man - Thumbs Up (There were a ton of kids today, but I'm not letting DS see it because of the sex and violence)

The Brave One - Thumbs Up (viewed 5/7/08)

PS, I Love You - Thumbs Up I laughed and cried. After, I got into bed with hubby and told him he can never leave me

Indian Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull - Thumbs Up

The Great Debaters - Thumbs Up
(viewed 5/28/08)

Grace Is Gone - Thumbs Up (viewed 6/15/08) I loved it. Such a tearjerker!

The Happening - Neutral The "why is this happening" was obvious very early and there was no Sixth Sense "didn't see that coming" twist. (viewed 6/27/08)

Jumper - Thumbs Up - Definitely a rental, but I like Samuel L. Jackson. Sometimes the "guy gets in trouble and almost dies for love" plot gets a little old. (viewed 7/22/08)

The Dark Night - Thumbs Up - Excellent

Journey to the Center of the Earth - Thumbs Up - Another predictable Brendan Fraser movie, but entertaining. My 5 year old wasn't scared.

Into the Wild - Thumbs Up Knowing it was a true story made it worth watching. Ditto the soundtrack (Eddie Vedder, 'nuff said)
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