I currently have two knitting projects going at once. Which by itself is probably a bad idea because I've barely begun knitting. Plus the local library is getting yarn bombed this month and I'd like to contribute. I posted a photo to Instagram yesterday with some of the bombing evidence. It's actually pretty awesome.
Year book sales are going strong, not to mention school fundraisers (clubs, classes, and a basic school one), and school photo orders are also due. Shoo. Plus we are now making trips to Elizabethtown (75 miles one way) every 6-8 weeks. Shoo. Basketball practice, book club, band practice... SHOO!!
Do you know what started this post? TV.
I remember it wasn't too long ago that there didn't seem to be anything decent to watch. A billion channels and nothing to watch. Now we've got some choices. Television is finally coming back to us. I was already playing a Tetris like game with the shows I want to watch, but now there are more.
Tuesday nights have become family TV night. ABC's line up is what we were looking for on Tuesday's. Previously, we just wandered around the channel menu, playing roulette with the remote. Now we've got these gems...
|Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.|
HOWEVER!!! I'm telling you now... if you need a kick of nostalgia and laughter, watch The Goldbergs. I feel like I "grew up" in the 90's, but I have significant memories of the 80's in all it's glory and this show is great. During the ending credits, they play some home movies of the real Goldbergs. The actors seriously nail their real life counterparts.
I expected to not like Trophy Wife. I was completely wrong. It's like Modern Family with a twist. Funny, funny, funny. The cast is wonderful and accomplished. Clearly I already have a favorite character, Michaela Watkins. She reminds me of my friend Cam. Except Cam isn't quite as Jackie as Jackie is... not yet anyway! P.S. She's just returned from a two year blog hiatus so stop by, pay her a visit, and say hello!
Now I never, ever, ever, ever, watch the Lifetime Channel. That's all about to change with Witches of East End. I hope it's like, the long cancelled, Eastwick, the ABC series based on the Witches of Eastwick. Except I don't want it to get cancelled!
Have you watched any new shows that you were "iffy" about and discovered that you enjoyed them?