Sometimes I don’t have the attention span to pay attention to a “new” show on Netflix. That is when I rely on a “go to” show. A “go to show” is one that has familiar characters and interesting story lines, but episodes that stand alone. I can fall asleep, wake up, go to the next episode and not miss anything. It is a show that I can watch over and over and not get bored, yet, not see for years. This kind of show is almost like comfort food for the brain.
My “go to” show is NCIS. Currently I am watching Season 3, Episode 13. Besides the quality of the show and the great characters, there are 12 seasons on Netflix. I can binge for hours and hours or not. What a great feeling.
Your favorite “go to” show?
My niece is being taken back to the OR. It is a very long complicated surgery for an amazing and complicated kid. She is in good hands. She is so much stronger than me because I just want to cry. But I won’t. She is having her her rib cage put back where it belongs and her scoliosis taken care of with rods. Know what she said to me this morning? When I see you next I will be 4’4″. She really is the coolest kid.
Today I was selfish and hurt someone. I feel awful and hope to be forgiven. I learned a valuable lesson.
When it comes to talking about my daughter’s health, the words come easily. She is complicated at best and if you read my other posts you can learn a lot about her. She is now 12 years old an…
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Just “lion” around enjoying the first day of the year. Happy New Year to all.
It has been a while since I have written about Team Angel. Well I will tell you it has been one heck of a ride lately. The last time I wrote we were just discovering that Angel’s native kidne…
Source: Team Angel- Part 2 in a series