Every time I attempt to start something, I get interrupted. Between schlepping the non-sick kid to the rink or school, and going to doctor’s office, drug store, and grocery stores, I basically read snippets and headlines, and that’s about it.
There is no time for anything else.
The internet is depressing. The politics in this country are also depressing and I don’t live in the USA…trust me, we have a lot of problems here in Canada as well, and the sooner people stop their swooning over certain politicians in this country the better.
The broken promises keep piling up. This time, a very eloquently spoken, disabled veteran has gone viral when he was speaking with our Prime Minister. He said:
I don’t often quote the Toronto Star but if even the Star is losing its love-affair attitude over our PM that’s gotta say something.
Here’s the National Post’s article: Trudeau under fire
Here’s the same story from an American perspective: freebeacon.com
It’s all just so disillusioning. South of the border, I see and hear things about Trump and wonder, how much brain power does it take to sort it all out?
No wonder I tune into sitcoms or comedy shows more than anything else on tv. At least the stupid humour keeps a smile on my face. For the record, I like King of Queens in syndication, Black-ish (most of the time), the Goldbergs and sometimes the Middle. Even Big Bang Theory has episodes that make me laugh, and one of the kids like Young Sheldon which I’ve seen a couple of times now, and it looks clever. Funny, too.
On the Canadian front I actually quite like Schitt’s Creek, and Working Moms. I just started watching the last two, and feel more than just a little entertained by them. 🙂
Enough with the drama, eh?
Except for the Walking Dead. That show’s coming back soon, and I’ll have to tune in to see what’s happening in the apocalypse. Right, Middle-aged warrior?
Tell me, do you watch tv? What do you like to do to get away from all the depressing news?