It is now after 8pm and I just got through my email for the day. I am not sure how it is with other self employed people, but by far Monday is always the busiest day. Time to sit back and watch some Big Love before I have to enjoy a day full of meetings. Hopefully by the end of the week, I will be able to finish up my CSS containers series.
I recently got a second TiVo and hooked it up last night and to my delight, when I upgraded the software, I found out that I could now use tags with TiVo. First tag I will put in? “Sela Ward” followed by “Chicago”. I am a nut for Sela’s work as well as all movies/shows based in Chicago. Nice work TiVo!
There has been plenty of cicada talk here in the midwest concerning the 17 year cicada. The news covered weddings being rescheduled, teachers at school were making “cicada hats” with their students to try and lessen the scariness of the bugs, and of course, the great Walter E. Smithe commercial. No sign of the bugs yet, but I did want to share the insane commercial for a local furniture chain. Yes – furniture. These guys have a great sense of humor!
I am not sure if anyone else caught the Ninja Warrior but I was pretty worthless between that and having out of town guest here (who I also made them watch it too). This show contains so many great qualities: impossible obstacles, stories of the competitors and one really excited announcer. I am so happy I found this show!
I have been up late the last few nights and on Sunday I caught my first episode of Ninja Warrior on G4 TV. This is an amazing show and before you think you would not enjoy it – check out when it is on next and give it a try. The competitors have amazing strength – mental and physical and it is an awesome show. Want to see some Ninja Warrior in action now? Watch the videos on the G4 web site.
The last few weeks I have been waking up early on Saturdays to catch the Six Feet Under re-runs. If you did not catch these on HBO the first time around or are interested in catching a really great show, check out the re-runs every Saturday on Bravo.
All of you Seinfeld fans will be happy to know that come November 2004, we will finally be able to buy the Seinfeld series on DVD. Finally! Perhaps I can get rid of Comcast cable altogether now!