Every night after I put the kids to bed, I take a hot bath or shower, lather on "Bath & Body Works" Night Blooming Jasmine lotion, and park myself on the couch for the next hour or so. I love my stress-free alone time in the evenings with a good book, magazine or television show.
My new favorite show this season is "No Ordinary Family." I didn't watch it from the beginning but was soon caught up by the commercial promos. I don't usually get into Science Fiction drama but this show is simply captivating! It keeps me on the edge of my seat in great anticipation of next week's episode. Even if you're not a SciFi buff, I would recommend giving this show a shot.
I've mentioned before that I enjoy the show "Parenthood." It's still good but I think it's lost some of its Wow Factor. I think the parents of Haddie are pushovers and need to show her who is in charge. If my daughter ran away from home and moved in with her grandmother, I would have pulled her back home by her hair like a cave woman. (Well, not really but I wouldn't have been nice about it.) I also don't care for how the characters of the show think it's weird to attend church or believe in Heaven. I just had to get my two cents in on that subject. But I really love the decor of each home, especially the outdoors around the grandparents' home.
I've fallen out of love with "Glee." I thought the first season was well written but this season is just blah in my opinion. It seems like the theme of every single episode is homosexuality. They've made their point that Kurt is gay and people are mean to him because of it. I think it's time to move on. But I must add that I hope Finn and Quinn get back together. I think Rachel is too annoying. I'm still watching, but I won't remain faithful if it doesn't start getting better.
And of course, there's "The Office." It's the funniest show on television since "Friends" or "Seinfeld." Man, I still miss those! I think I would still watch a show about six 50-something Friends hanging out in a burnt-out coffee house.
Anyone watching "American Idol" this season? I said I wasn't going to, but my DVR recorded it automatically so I had to watch it. I must say, I love Steven Tyler on the show....he's hilarious! I love how he randomly bursts into song and how he doesn't like to be mean to people. That was unexpected, based on his image. I think they sent entirely too many people through to Hollywood. But they'll all be gone the first day or two, I guess. I'm also glad that all three judges have musical talent. It's hard to take a judge seriously when he or she doesn't have any musical experience. And also, I'm so glad it's back to three judges. Adding a fourth was torture. I did a lot of fast-forwarding.