OK, I do NOT want to be a spoiler. So, right here and right now, if you are NOT caught up on the Walking Dead, including last night’s (3/16/14) episode. Then you do NOT want to read this post yet…
For those of you who are thinking, “I don’t watch that show, so why would I want to read this?” I might say give it a chance anyway. I have a few friends (very few, one of em prefers chick books to zombies) that will NOT watch this. I’ve heard a few of them say, “Why do I want to watch a show where all they do is kill zombies?”
Well I am here to tell you that last night, as well as most of the episodes we’ve had since the mid-season break has shown it isn’t just a zombie show, last night in particular demonstrated this. Continue reading “Wow”
Folks it has been a busy weekend! I spent all afternoon Saturday working at the Dusted Valley tasting room in Woodinville. It was the last weekend of their fall offering, and they brought in extra help. My job was pulling orders from the wine closet, restocking the wine, and carrying cases out to people’s cars. By the end, I was exhausted!
Today was errand day, and doing all the stuff that didn’t get done yesterday. I feel like I was running almost all day! (Ok except for watching the Seahawks win!) Dinner is now made, kitchen clean (when I good kitchen gets MESSED up) and its time to sit!
Though in less than 3 hours, Manchild and I will experiencing a first for us! Continue reading “A First for us”
So today, once again I had to fly to Spokane. This is the last run for this class, it’s only for 3 days, and I will be home Wednesday night. Still sucks, I feel MUCH better than I have been, almost healthy. But Michelle is still a hurtin camper and I never like being gone when she feels bad.
Add to it, Sunday, the day I flew out, is also the night for Walking dead. Last week, I chose a hotel that had the AMC network, but the morning breakfasts sucked. I survived, but I just couldn’t do that to myself again. (For the Record stay away from the Holiday Inn Express in Spokane Valley.) This time, I decided I would choose the Oxford Suites, a MUCH nicer place, and less expensive, and I would just skip the Walking Dead for the first time since it started 4 years ago. I was less than happy, but I would catch up on On-Demand. The decision didn’t make me happy, but I didn’t have another plan. That is until I sat next to an older lady on the plane. Continue reading “You never know who you are sitting next to!”
There was once a time I watched TV every night! Yep, I’d come home from work, sit in front of the TV, watch reruns of 80s sitcoms, or Seinfeld, or That 70s Show, and then keep watching. American Gladiators was one of my guilty pleasures (I always wanted to shoot the tennis ball canon). The math major and I watched every episode of the first season Survivor (Luckily, never watched it again afterwards.)
In College, I would head up to Barb and Teri’s every week to watch A-Team and Simon and Simon. Plus, Thursday nights was great TV. Cosby Show, Family Ties and Night Court to name a few. Shoot, if you go back far enough, I watched (sad as I am to admit it) Dukes of Hazzard, BJ and the Bear, Happy Days and Laverne & Shirley. TV was a big part of my life.
The key here? WAS. Now, aside from watching either the Seahawks or COUGS on TV, there is only 1 show I make sure to watch every week when it is new. Continue reading “It is Time!”