November 9, 2010

Rowing on

Filed under: daily,TV — jennifer @ 11:49 pm

Grace in Small Things, tv edition

- CONAN back on the air
- Law&Order: SVU
- Stewart and Colbert
- Modern Family
- Phinneas & Ferb

Yes, there are people stronger than I, who watch less tv or HAVE no tv. TV helps me get out of my head in a different way than reading. Occasionally I can watch an episode of Glee and the music makes me smile and takes all my troubles away for a moment. Simple, smiley, happy. It compensates for the deficit of my psych meds. So yeah. Good tv. TV I like, small thing and big thing.

Tonight I just want to stop processing the day. We can talk about it later.


  1. Phineas & Ferb definitely merits as a GisT. SWINTER, MAN!!! :)

    Comment by sweetney — November 18, 2010 @ 9:02 am

  2. oh dear, this is where I start to ask WTF everyone is talking about. no, I don’t have a TV, I have a sailboat instead.

    I’ve heard of a Snookie (what is that, sweet nookie? a snortable cookie?) but never paid much attention. And apparently someone named Kardashian farted last week and made everyone forget the Chilean miners.

    You damn kids, get off my lawn!
    Jennui, pick up the internets and let yer sbf know what’s going on!

    Comment by secretboyfriend — November 30, 2010 @ 5:08 am

  3. I totally watch Stewart on YouTube on my computer. So it’s not really true to say I don’t watch TV. I just watch it on my laptop instead. : ) I wish John would run for President, damnit. I say, Stewart/Maddow in the next round, because a jew boy from New York and a lesbian from western mass? That would be awesome.

    Dutifully taking my own meds. Not sure they’re doing much. Still the incredible shrinking woman, inwards and out, but I’ve kind of run out of options except no meds at all. Hugs to you. Many of them, and apologies for my phone phobia.

    Comment by bipolarlawyercook — December 8, 2010 @ 7:38 am

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