Wednesday, April 15, 2009

A Blast From the Past - Starring Burt Reynolds as The Cube!

I had some free time at work today and I got into a conversation with Pregnant Emily on all our favorite TV shows we watched while growing up. We then played a game where we listed every show we could remember from our childhood. I've decided to share this list with you and ask you to include any we've overlooked. In no particular order -here they are:

Small Wonder
My Two Dads
Out of this World
Doogie Howser, M.D.
Golden Girls
Perfect Strangers
Unsolved Mysteries
Tales from the Crypt
Facts of Life
Mr Belvedere
Just the Ten of Us
Blossom
Punky Brewster
Alf
Charles In Charge
Saved By The Bell
Quantum Leap
Wonder Years
Babysitters Club
Full House
Step By Step
Family Matters
Dr Quinn: Medicine Woman
Walker, Texas Ranger
Cosby Show
Living Single
Head of The Class
Sabrina, The Teenage Witch
Boy Meets World
Who's The Boss?
Growing Pains
Webster
Silver Spoon
Family Ties
Sweet Valley High
Different Strokes
Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Living Single
Fraggle Rock
Baby Muppets
Kids Incorporated
Mickey Mouse Club
America's Funniest Home Videos (hosted by Bob Sagget)
Night Court
Cheers
Wings


Did you Know?
Burt Reynolds was the voice of the dad on Out of this World (the cube on the table - remember?)

What ones did we leave off?

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

What makes me happy

I never know what to blog about and just the other day The Red Head Pirate (I'm using code names for my friends - inspired by The Read Head Pirate who gave me this idea on her own blog) called me names and told me to blog about something because she was sick of not seeing an update.

I've decided to share with you what a great evening I've had.  It takes very little to please me; as you'll soon learn what made my night so great. I spent half the evening with Hoops running errands and during our errands we encountered several ridiculous people. One of the joys of hanging out with Hoops is that we find humor in any given situation so while most would be irritated with our night and the sales people who helped us, we instead loved every minute and laughed all night long. 

After running errands I came home and finished reading Crossing to Safety (highly recommended). Reading is probably one of, if not, my favorite things to do. I love everything about books - the smell of books and book stores just make me smile. I can spend hours in a book shop, library or in my room reading.  One of my dreams is to open a book store/travel shop/bakery/daycare with Hoops and The Pirate. 

After a delightful hour of reading I decided it was time to listen to music. I'm very passionate about music and I love to check out new bands. Tonight I spent a good hour buying new music and then another hour just laying on my bed listening to music.  Some of the new bands (new to me) I'm checking out are  - Natalie Portman's Shaved Head, Tokyo Police Club, Carolina Liar and Chromeo.   Here's a sample of what I've been listening to tonight: David Gray, Joshua Radin, The Weepies, Sufjan Stevens, Kings Of Leon, Dave Matthews Band, Iron and Wine and Band of Horses.  I'm obviously in a mood to chill - these aren't exactly upbeat bands.  

This is what makes a great night for me - hanging out with friends, a good book, good music and of course a diet coke. Like I said - I'm easily entertained and pleased.  

So to anyone who reads this blog, what is your ideal relaxing night?