It's been such a long winter, I've resorted to watching more television that I've ever watched in my life. I'm still watching all those old E.R. episodes on TNT for the first time; I've developed crushes on various doctors, and become depressed when some of them left the series. I'm now up to the episodes filmed in 2006.
My daughter recommended Modern Family to me. Although I don't always like the shows she watches (Survivor??? please), this one turned out to be a new favorite for Cliff, and I find it entertaining as well. It's so much better than some other shows my husband enjoys... for example, My Name is Earl. Ewww.
Cliff and I agree that the absolute winner for best new show is The Good Wife. That one is amazing. We're disappointed when each episode ends, and can't wait for the next new one.
I've also enjoyed a locally produced program on the local PBS station, "Meet The Past". I especially enjoyed the episode where Crosby Kemper interviewed Annie Chambers, a famous prostitute and Madame in Kansas City in the 1800's. I may have developed a slight crush on Crosby Kemper III, too. He's a force to be reckoned with in all things Kansas City. Didn't his family use to be involved in politics? He'd have MY vote.
I still watch all episodes of The Dog Whisperer by way of the Internet. And yes, I still have my crush on Cesar. It's the accent.
Crushes come and go, but true love is here to stay. I appreciate Cliff for putting up with me for almost forty-four years, even through the long, hard winters: he's the one I love.