I don't know if I just heard a collective sigh of relief or sadness, but the series that began with the birth of the Gosselins' sextuplets in 2004 was given the axe by TLC.
I never cared for the show, because ~ much like Supernanny ~ I can't handle the kids' screaming and crying. It hits too close to home and I get a twitch.
Also, sometimes Kate reminds me of the rag I
most of the time sometimes can be.
And she sort of terrifies me.
Me no likey.
And all those kids. Oy.
I only tuned in for that short time to watch the Jon debacle.
Will he stay in the house? Will he bring his sleazy girlfriends on the show? Will Kate emasculate him on the show again? Can it be any more possible to feel sorry for someone and cheer for him at the same time? Can he look any more pathetic?
Because I like to watch a good train wreck.
I would probably participate in one if I could, but since I am now in my late 30's, I really don't particpate in train wrecks personally any more.
This is pretty merciful, I guess, because when I watch Housewives of New Jersey it seems to me that those ladies' lives look pretty exhausting.
And at this point in my life, I'm a low energy person.
But I like to WATCH other people's drama. Something about it is deliciously satisfying.
Our family is creating its own drama, though. (At least according to my mother.)
We got a German Shepherd puppy, in addition to our 1 year old dog, Ragnar. We named her Thora. She's 8 weeks old.
My husband put together a playset in three days. He's sort of like Superman. Because I saw how many pieces of wood that went into the "before."
We are getting a fence to enclose the area around this area this week. So the dogs and children can frolick. Can't you just see it? (Minus the dog turds?)
Oh, and we are also considering hosting an exchange student.
Because why the heck not?