Saturday, January 17, 2009

Reality TV

There's something intriguing about other people's lives. I don't know if it's because it lets us forget about our own, or if it highlights all the things in our life that we actally are content with. But reality tv is certainly prolific. I have to say that I'm a fan of some of the shows. Since there are so many now, I kinda waver in and out between series. I'm not an American Idol fan. I prefer shows where there is more of a rising and falling plot to follow.

Anyway, my DVR is full of shows this month. I might as well enjoy it, cause when the kids come it'll be shut off!

Speaking of kids, we haven't heard anything yet. I'm hoping that the dossier has been translated now. Of course I hope that it's been submitted too, but that may be a little unrealistic. But each day, I literally imagine where it could be, and if someone is working away translating it, or if it's en route, or if it's resting on a desk somewhere.

It could be that I think about it way too much, but then again, those papers were a part of our life for a loooooong time.


Renee said...

I think about our dossier all the time too. I can't wait till we get closer to a referral. Then I'll be thinking about our kids instead of our papers ;-)

Wendi & Benjamin Wood said...

Somewhere out there in Colombia, your babies are waiting just like you... when you shift the focus from the papers to the babies, that's much more exciting!!! It was about 2 months after our dossier went over that we got a referral. You are asking for 3, right? It will come quick. Enjoy your reality tv and time alone. Things will change drastically AC (after children). Not a bad thing, just a different thing. Different things will excite and overwhelm you; you will learn of emotions, you never knew you had...but it's a good thing! I can't wait to hear the good news of a referral! Praying with you thru the wait!