Brain Drain...

OK, so tonight Lisa told me she thought we, as a family, watch too much TV. She went on to say that from the moment the first kid is up, until we go to bed, the TV is almost always on and that she wants that to change. I must admit that this irritated me at first...I work hard and I just want to come home and front of the TV...Then I started to remember that when Lisa and I dated and even during the first months after we were married, we watched VERY little TV. Now it seems to absorb all my didn't used to. I used to listen to music, or listen to Lisa play the piano. I used to work on the boys's rooms or some other project around the house. I used to BLOG...everyday! and I used to read A LOT more scripture. I've allowed TV to 'take over' and it has stolen the joy I used to get from doing all those other things.
Lisa's right, we are watching too much TV and the first step is recognizing it...

Hello, my name is Vince...and I watch too much TV.

~ V


  1. Hey, good for you for wanting to change. My husband once took a baseball bat to our small TV and threw it in the garbage because our two daughters were always fighting me on what they were allowed to watch. We didn't get another one until the youngest was about 16.

    We sure enjoyed all those years of playing games and playing the electric piano. The kids had lots of time to do their homework too.

  2. Hey Brother, this is SOOO FUNNY! how are YOU by the way?? lay it on me BRO! please :) enjoy today and listen and obey the doctor, your wife, Jesus, and YOUR SISTER'S ,hehehe. love to you always! debbie

  3. I like this picture considering I feel like that when I am in front of the boob tube. Im on here as well at . Im your latest follower. :)


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