Too much drama? I'm afraid so. I enjoy a bit of drama on tv, and a bit in life too. But too much…nope. Life's too short for drama.
OK, so I have followed this show since it started but lately I feel like it is just TOO much…did I say too much? ha!
Here is my two cents, or whatever it's worth…oh and if you have not seen Sunday's episode you probably don't want to read this and spoil it…
Justin and Rebecca: last week it ended the same way, she wants to tell him she is pregnant, and he is blabbering off how busy he is and doesn't give her a chance.
Sarah and Luc: OK, so this hunky french man follows Sarah to America, everyone loves him, including Sarah's kids. He cleans, and helps with the kids, and cooks. She loves him, he seems to love her, but she pesters him about where they are headed, and blah!blah!blah! So he leaves.
The Winery: Finally something is going their way, the wine is extraordinary, and they even win an award, only to have Ryan the little creep ruin it for them by emptying it all and ruining it…and umm…wouldn't that be locked up? When that happened I said out loud "oh give me a break", and that might have been the part where I thought…perhaps I am done with this show.
Nora: She has a younger then her hottie, who really likes her, but she cares what everyone else thinks, till she gets a little jealous and then tells off the rich snobby woman and leaves her with her mouth hanging open..ha! Loved how he came back to her and she explained herself. Maybe this will be a good storyline yet.
Kitty & Robert: I think they need to be on more, I loved how she was calling her wig the girlfriend.
Saul: I love him and wish his character was on more, he totally reminds me of MAMMa's hubby Daddy Vinni, and its like I get to see him every week.
Kevin & Scotty: I want them to just find a surrogate and get on with the story line, they are dragging it out too much.
Holly: she has the character you love to hate, and I kinda wish her and…crap I can't remember who plays her boyfriend, Rebecca's dad…(Ken Olin) but they are married in real life, I wish they would get their own show and maybe a comedy. I loved them years ago in Thirtysomething.
Tommy: Perhaps he was the lucky one to escape all the meddling and drama…
All right did I miss anyone?
All right let's get to the fun stuff. Eric lost his crown last night so I had to make him a dentist appt today. What sucks is once he turned 21 he does not have dental insurance anymore, so this might be a pricey tooth, as they say his root canal needs to be retreated, and then a new crown. So after we were at the dentist we went over and rented a few movies, The Watchman (its got my Jeffrey Dean in it), The Land of the Lost (I am not a super big fan of Will Ferrell, but loved this show on tv as a kid) and The Ugly Truth which we watched tonight, it had some very funny parts and then it kinda lagged…but it has Gerard Butler in it so I survived..ha!
So I wanted to do a quick card and use a stamp set that I had not used yet, AND I wanted to copy a card from the catalog. I mean why not? The samples this year are amazing. I just changed the colors.
Paper: Basic Black, Tempting Turquoise, Real Red, Very Vanilla
Ink: Basic Black
Misc: Stumps, Watercolor Pencils, Sansodor, Striped Black Wide grosgrain, Plyaground Buttons
I still need to play with my camera, this looks blurry and a bit dark. I took the picture late at night and that does not help either, but I do need to read up on it some more.
You will notice this new little icon on my blog this means I am now Certified to teach My Digital Studio, a great new program for making scrapbook pages, books, cards, calendars, and even videos. I watched a bunch of webinars, and had to answer questions, and do some challenges, and today it is official. Fun eh?
Have a great Tuesday and thanks for stopping in!