For the third year in a row, we called the cable company to cancel cable TV. This time, we actually did it. The first time, Time Warner Cable offered such a steep discount that we accepted it and kept TV for another year. When the price began to rise again, we called again to cancel,[…]
* BWF has now mastered climbing onto all the small chairs: RLF’s desk, her Poang chair, and the rocking chair they inherited from me. He is mainly trying to get the things above them: posters, light switches, bulletin boards, etc. Today, he tried to move the Poang chair under the light switch in RLF’s room,[…]
* MRB went to story time * M&I had Billy Bob’s takeout for lunch, with home-cooked sweet potato fries; RLF had a sandwich.
“Wee, wee, wee” means “wiggle, wiggle, wiggle” in Rebecca’s language. She learned it from a song on TV. Which brings me to an interesting discussion point: Whether TV actually “rots the brain” as so many used to say when I was a kid.
Just about every cable TV package comes with a handful of channels aimed at homeowners. There’s HGTV, DIY, and others. These are channels that my wife and I had never watched before, mainly because we’ve never owned a home before. Suddenly, about a week ago, she was flipping through the channels and realized: “Hey! We’re[…]