The TV Girl

I love watching TV.  I watch a lot of TV shows than movies.  I have a backlog of movies to watch yet I am up-to-date with my favorite TV shows.

This is a post-it near my work area I posted last August in anticipation of the start of the new season. The post-it still hangs in my work area.

I have added more shows on that list: Smash, Suits, Game of Thrones and New Girl, to name a few. I also watch NatGeo, CNN, ANC and Lifestyle Network. I already skipped the teleserye in local television because I still get updates from my aunt anyway.

My aunt and I love travel shows. I’d be doing something on my computer and I’d drop everything when she calls me to checkout some travel show. One of our favorite shows is Susan Calo-Medina’s Travel Time. “Huwag maging dayuhan sa sariling bayan”, she would often say. (Don’t be a stranger in your own country.) I am still a stranger in my own country but I already started exploring the archipelago.  I’m taking a step at a time. I started with my own city and continue to do so.  My cousin and  I took a tricycle ride to one historical site in the city and enjoyed our afternoon adventure. ( I will write another blog post for that.)

Agusan River

Another TV show that I like is Urban Zone.  My mother would have loved this show.  I am a morning person and I really have to hit the sack early so I was not into the show until I got iWanTV. Good thing Daphne Oseña-Paez has a blog so I still get updates even if I miss the show (or when the Internet lags).  The show bade goodbye early this year. Or was it last year?  I am glad to learn that Urban Zone will be back in another format. I think it is a progressive thing to do: use the Internet as a medium.

I am really a TV girl but I think I am turning into an Internet girl.


Today is Day 7 of the 30-day blogging challenge.


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