This right here is how you keep those nosey neighbors from peeking inside your house:
Yessir, keep those curtains closed even when the cat in residence is home alone! If you’re thinking those handy-dandy curtain clips look familiar you might be on to something. Check out this close-up:
Ha! Recycling reaches new heights!
Contentment. Sweet solitude.
After the week I had, this lovely, lingering over my solitary breakfast is the ultimate treat.
Perfectly crisp-chewy home fries. Eggs over medium without runny whites! And one of the best, rare steaks I’ve had in a while. Top it off with a bottomless cup of decent coffee and you have a recipe for a good start to the day.
Since I’ll be spending the rest of the day and a big part of tomorrow with my in-laws, I am reveling in this all-too-rare “Me” time.
And I guess I can take a Greek omelet back to the RV for JD. After all, he did buy me an Italian margarita at dinner with his family last night.
Must you marinate in that perfume? Holy sinusitis Batman!
Or maybe I should just call it like I see it – WATCH THIS SHOW!
Television shows come and go. Some are more popular than others, obviously. Not that that assures them of a long tenure on the air. (Firefly rocked but the people in charge dropped it anyway damn it.)
I’ve followed quite a lot of TV shows over the years, from Joan of Arcadia, Farscape and Dead Like Me to The Walking Dead and Orphan Black. While I enjoy The Big Bang Theory, I’m not often a fan of the sitcoms airing these days. Co-workers have raved about some of them so I’ve had JD look them up online and given them a look-see only to be disappointed at how lame I find them. What happened? Where are the shows like M*A*S*H and Night Court? When I look back at Night Court now, even though it does seem silly, I still laugh out loud at scenes like the one where Roz has tied Dan Fielding into a human pretzel.
More recently, JD stumbled across a show online that he thought looked interesting. Since it only lasted two seasons, he saved both of them so we could check it out.
Oh my goodness! Why didn’t this program last longer than two seasons?! It only took one episode to hook me; I had to see the next one, and the next. I let my other shows linger in limbo while we binged on 20-something episodes over the course of several days (I can only watch a couple hours after work before I have to hit the sack). As we neared the end I started slowing down and including other programs between episodes. I didn’t want it to end! Knowing it was truly the end — of the show — not just the season, was heartbreaking. Okay, that might be a tad of an exaggeration. But I really loved the show, the characters, the stories, the premise itself! And part of me dreaded how they ended it. Would it have closure? Were they given enough notice to tie up loose ends or wind up the storyline?
No spoilers here folks; watch it yourself and find out. But to whet your appetites, here are two videos which will give you an idea of what the show is all about. If it turns out I’m the only one who found this entertaining, then I guess we’ll know why it wasn’t around very long. But that won’t change that I love this show. So much that I’ll probably watch both seasons again. And again.
Douglas Adams would be proud.
Have a great weekend everyone.