At last…finally…thankfully…there’s something good to watch on TV tonight. Hooray!
There has been somewhat of TV drought of late, or at least a drought of programmes that I enjoy watching. This hasn’t troubled me in the slightest, as I’ve been keeping myself occupied in the evenings with non TV-related activities – designing and making my handmade items, catching up on some reading, walking the dogs and writing my blog posts.
In fact, it’s been quite nice to have had a break from the monotony of the TV. But, after a week of struggling through this latest health setback and working on commissions, I could really do with curling up on the sofa and watching a good mystery drama.
And guess what? My wish has been granted, as the new series of Vera starts tonight. Yippee!
For those of you who aren’t familiar with it, Vera is a British murder mystery drama, based around the character of Vera Stanhope, a grumpy, often anti-social Detective Chief Inspector. Despite her abrasive manner, she has a good heart and what I enjoy most about the programme is that it’s not painfully obvious from the start whodunnit, unlike plenty of other shows in the same genre.
After, I press Publish on this post, I’m going to finish off a few bits and pieces, have some dinner and then assume a horizontal position on the sofa ready for some good, old fashioned TV viewing. I’m so looking forward to it! 🙂
Day 213, Reason 213: Today I am really happy that finally there is something good to watch on TV.
31 Day Giving Challenge – Day 25 Gift 25: The other day my niece called to tell me some very exciting news about her sporting achievements (aged 5!) So, as a surprise, today I have made her a certificate to award her when I see her tomorrow.
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152 reasons to feel glad/happy/joyful to find
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