Television does change you, I think. At least, it changed me. It has gotten to the point to where I literally change my schedule around to make sure that I am home to watch certain shows. And now that I think about it, that is pretty sad. I could probably recite every commercial that has been on TV in that last ten years. That is crazy. For example, on Monday nights, I have to be home from seven to ten. I don't answer the phone or go anywhere between those times. My fiance isn't even aloud to talk to me between those times, unless there is a commercial, but as soon as the commercials are over, he knows to shut up until the next one. That is crazy, the more I think about it, the more I see how sad it really is. My life revolves around TV.
I am totally into music, too. I am not a fan of any one type of music, although I can not deal with classical music, simply for the fact that I believe that if it does not have words, it is not music. I am the type of person that blares my stereo and sings off key as loud as I possibly can. I have certain Cd's that I listen to based on the type of mood that I am in. When I feel like belting out every note except for the ones that the singer is actually singing, I will pop in something like Mary J. Blige, Alicia Keys, or Melissa Ethridge. Every mood has a different CD case. Today I am listening to Evenessance, because they tend to wake me up and get my blood flowing and at nine o'clock in the morning, that is what I thought I needed. Yeah, that didn't work.
I am not so much into movies. I have probably watched about five movies since the year started. I don't really have time to watch movies, because as soon as my shows are over for the night, I have to get back to studying or something else. It is so bad, that I just saw Scary Movie 3 last weekend. I am not a movie fan all that much.
So, my life is pretty much TV oriented and I really don't think that it will change any time soon, because even if they happen to discontinue any of my shows, I will most likely just end up finding a new show to replace the old one. It has become a routine for me. So, I will be old and gray still sitting infront of the TV at seven every night. It is sad, I know.