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SOLSC Day 3: Stay Home and Watch TV

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SliceofLifeSwagMarch2016My husband asked me what I wanted to do tonight (we were both home for a change). I looked at the movie listings, but I didn’t find anything intriguing. We were hungry, but we didn’t necessarily want to go out.

I said, “Hey, we have that fish in the freezer. Let’s just make that.”

“Are you sure? We can go out.”

“No, let’s just stay in and watch TV.” (It was already 6:00 — yeah, I’m getting old!)

Netflix it is. I just love this Blue Bloods marathon night at home. Peaceful. Quiet. Needed.

 

Author: Jennifer Sniadecki

I write about reading and literacy education. My passion is sharing titles I use for reading and writing workshop teaching. My goal is collaborating, researching, and sharing with other life-long literacy learners. Welcome to my blog!

5 thoughts on “SOLSC Day 3: Stay Home and Watch TV

  1. Nothing wrong with staying in for the night! Enjoy your night at home!

  2. We do the same most Friday nights too – a quick dinner out and curl up in front of the TV! Ahhhh – – a teacher’s life!

  3. Staying home here too, writing my post. Enjoy the evening!

  4. Jennifer, sometimes it is just a night at home that works. Tonight, we were going to have salmon but went to the mall and a grandma pizza was just what we wanted. I often forget to check out Netflix. Thanks for reminding me.

  5. Fridays are the HARDEST to find the energy to do something after a long week. There’s nothing better than pizza, PJs, and DVR on a Friday night. 🙂

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