Sorry I have neglected my blogging as of late. I’ve had some stuff to share but my mental energy has been spent on entertaining two children. School starts in 3 and a half weeks… maybe you’ll start hearing more from me soon!
I’m going to keep this simple. I’ll share what I watched on TV last night. Watching TV is when I move from room to room checking to see what someone else is watching. I don’t sit down to really watch it myself until about 11pm most nights.
Random television viewing started last night around 9:30pm and it was that Big Idea Show where people who have invented something get interviewed and talk about it. This navy seal had managed to develop a better way to do a push up using some specialized equipment. At one time in my life I would’ve probably bought the newest exercise gizmo… (yes, I owned a thighmaster) but right now doing a push up is the last thing on my list. Unless it has to do with undergarmets (I can always use a push up padded bra). The next inventor actually had done a great job marketing some clever undergarmets which I must say I will probably buy. This was probably too much information but my brain is what you might call “summerized.”
Next up was Larry King. He was interviewing Tammy Faye Baker. She has cancer and is dying and well, she looked like it too. It was terrible! If you have seen The Emperor’s New Groove she looked like the character Izma. Except worse! Mike said, “this is starting to become a bizarre night on TV.” Soon after that I made my way to the couch and saw a 91 year old man wrestling a twenty-something woman on CMT. Next was the goofy guys on that Mythbusters show sinking a car with one of them in it. As if that wasn’t enough we ended with us watching the Jerry Springer Show. This show actually begins with a disclaimer, “This is one hour of your life you can never get back!” written across the bottom of the screen. I’ll spare you the details but I only gave that show about 20 minutes of my life. We finally turned the TV off.
Right now Mike is watching two shows (picture in picture) and changing the channels every so often. There is some version of American Gladiators on but it is in Japanese? These are not Americans. As long as it is not the Nancy Grace show I think I’ll go join my man a little early on the couch tonight. Over and out!