I'm watching the HD Hallmark Movie Channel this afternoon, in our MBR, while I do Christmas crochet. Next movie up is a remake or a more modern story of "The Seven Year Itch." It's description on the TV Menu said it's about a woman who wants to get married, but her friend tells her she's already in a common-law marriage, of 7 years!
It's a romantic comedy, I believe. A good clean movie, being on Hallmark, too.
Your shows sound good, Nancy. On FOX's network this a.m. at 8:30 a.m., they talked a lot about Ebola, too. It's sad how it's slowly spreading, but nothing like it is in Africa!
I feel sorry for the Texas nurses and now a lab tech, who handled the deceased man's blood in the lab, who was on a cruise ship. So far, she's not showing any symptoms. I think our Nation should do a TV special, to help calm fears, of Americans, too, all about Ebola.
Our Seattle Seahawks lost again. We're watching "America's Funniest Home Videos" tonight. It's just too funny!
From 8 - 10 p.m., The Discovery Channel has "Alaska The Last Frontier" on it. It's about a mulit-generational family who are homesteaders, with farms, they live "off grid," and it's a very good show. Wholesome.
Tomorrow, my new book arrives, by Kathryn Vercillo, called "Crochet Saved My Life: The Mental & Physical Health Benefits of Crochet, ". I can hardly wait to open the pkg. up and start reading it.