Tuesday, November 17, 2009

What's new?

Every time I wake up, my hubby is watching the news. When I go to bed, he is watching the news. When I come home from work, the news is on. I can't escape it. How much news is there in a single day? I just believe that when the anchor person goes home, he or she does not watch the news. I mean the same thing is being repeated through out the day and sometimes for more than one day at a time. This has got to be boring. I know for me, just seeing the news when I walk by is depressing. I'm sure if it was some major issue that I really need to know about, then my favorite television program will be interrupted....you know, like when a major storm is coming or something.

So when hubby is sitting around watching the news, which really ain't so new, I have a tendency to go in the other room and watch something that pertains to my liking. He will then ask me why do I have to leave the room....isn't it obvious why.....he will then say that he likes my company and wants me to stay with him. I mean, I don't have a problem with that if he turns the channel to something other than the news. Then it seems like I'm the big bad wolf if I ask him to change the channel and he'll say something like, "what....I can't watch the news?" For goodness sake, who am I to deprive someone from news watching? It's just not my thing, so don't get upset with me if I don't want to sit and watch it with you. I'm off to go and find something new to do.

Lovingly yours,


  1. ROFL! Well, we know why God gave your news watcher a wife with a sense of humor - need some stability 'round here (lol).

  2. I had to take a break. I think my hubby started to think I was addicted to watching the news. I, too, would watch the repeated broadcast 3 times in a row. Don't know why. I just liked the news. Wierd, I know.