, We watch fishing on Nat Geo, too. There's 1 fisherman, who travels worldwide and he's always looking for a monster fish. "River Monsters," on Animal Planet is the fishing show. It's 2-hour premier is this evening; it's on now. DH watches "America's Funniest Videos," but I rarely do. People can get hurt because of stupid things they do, personally, don't feel it's funny.
I love to watch my favorite singer, Josh Groban's videos on YouTube. I have 1 YouTube channel where somebody's made a 51-minutes mix of his videos.
About Alaska shows. We watch many. Gold mining, logging, looking for homes, a gun shop, a railroad train, which connects people living off grid, into going into town or for emergencies. I want an Alaska pen pal in the worst way
, because I find the life up there, both, fascinating and challenging. I sent for 1 pen pal booklet and another sample issue of Inky Trail News, for pen pals, hoping to find an Alaska pen pal.
Would Media also come under the heading of music? I've got 2 concert DVD's of Josh Grobans & 1 concert DVD of Sade. I don't know if DH's XBOX games would be considered Media, for him.
He rarely plays. I enjoy YouTube because so many times, there are speeches, by famous people, who have passed away, who talked to university graduation classes. I learn so very much from their wisdom. Yes, Media can be a very educational and entertaining.
I continue reading Joel Osteen's "Break Out!" book. I was meant to read it during Lent. I get very much from it, he's so right on, inspirational, motivating, and intelligent. I love how he talks in parables. He makes learning enjoyable. I'm going to continue to order Osteen's books, in the future, after I've finished some other books, too.
My next read is "Jane's Melody: A Novel," by Ryan Winfield. He's a romance writer, who writes in the female POV. His next book "Jane's Harmony," is available via pre-order now. If DD or Dson/Ddil give me a B 'n' N gift card, I'll pre-order Winfield's book and get another book by Osteen. I cannot think of any other authors to read, but might enjoy Sue Monk Kidd's latest book, since I've purchased her "Secret Life of Bees," which I need/want to read, too.