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Thursday, April 07, 2005

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faith

Growing up in Australia Dr Who was everyone's favourite TV show and the only chance to be scared by a cardboard alien wielding a carefully disguised hair-dryer! Can't waait to see the new Dr? How many si that now?

Margaret

I am glad you're feeling better. It takes a while to get our bodies used to the time changes. (especially coming home, I think) I watch little to no TV because I can't stand those reality shows. I am doing way more reading than normal; I guess that's a good thing! I'm always running out of books though.

Arlene

I don't watch TV very much and I think, like you, that there isn't much on that is worth watching. I always find myself "weighing" my choices - I can watch this, or I can do fill in the blank. And usually I choose the fill in the blank. Also, I think the internet has sort of become my media box of preference.

patty

hi
glad you are back, those Scotland stones and castles are just amazing and it sounds like you had wonderful trip... you are blessed!
great pic of the latern here too!

Stephanie

(I tried posting this once, and I don't think it worked...sorry if it posts twice)

The composition of that photo is perfect. I just love it!
You're right about nothing on TV, especially for those of us who don't have cable. I like Joan of Arcadia, but find I'm not home very often on Fridays. I used to watch CSI (the original) but have recently found it too disturbing for me.
We are loyal viewers of Alias and West Wing, but now the season is over for West Wing. We also try to catch Scrubs since I think it's about the only comedy that doesn't have a laugh track (which drive me crazy). If we're home and not busy we'll watch Las Vegas, Law & Order, and Amazing Race.
Jason still watches Seinfeld reruns everyday, but I'm usually giving Sydney a bath. Pretty much I spend my evenings on the internet, which seems to be more interesting than television these days. :)

Stephanie

The composition of that photo is perfect. I just love it!
You're right about nothing on TV, especially for those of us who don't have cable. I like Joan of Arcadia, but find I'm not home very often on Fridays. I used to watch CSI (the original) but have recently found it too disturbing for me.
We are loyal viewers of Alias and West Wing, but now the season is over for West Wing. We also try to catch Scrubs since I think it's about the only comedy that doesn't have a laugh track (which drive me crazy). If we're home and not busy we'll watch Las Vegas, Law & Order, and Amazing Race.
Jason still watches Seinfeld reruns everyday, but I'm usually giving Sydney a bath. Pretty much I spend my evenings on the internet, which seems to be more interesting than television these days. :)

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