is what we are forced to watch. See that big space between the ponies and the blue storage box (that is filled with yarn) that use to be the screen we watched. The next day The Phi walked into the den and exclaimed "why is the little TV in here!". And as much as I want to say, "who cares? a 19 inch TV is just fine" I really miss the big screen. So we are now shopping around and tonight we will hit up a few more electronic stores searching for the deal of the century because frankly we were not really financially ready either. Plus we don't buy things with credit, I mean why put ourselves into debt? And the real kicker, the icing on the cupcake, our internet is totally being crappy and not working. So sometime between 4:30 and 6:30 (my money is on 6:30) I should be getting a knock on the door and the call of "Cable guy" .
If they can't fix it right then and there I am seriously going to consider changing companies for internet AND cable. I am tired of Time Warner's crap. Did I ever tell you about when we had a second cable box installed for Uncle Matty? The cable guy came by and PR Dad and Uncle Matty were home. He noticed the TV (the now gone TV) and goes on and about how he has a TV just like that but its broken and if we still have the warranty on ours so we can take his back get a new one and give him ours. WTF? seriously man. I called the cable company and totally complained about that, as well as the "awesome" (NOT!) job this guy did. He literally just but a splitter and ran the cable across the den into Matty's room. Literally just across the floor. It was ridiculous. Can't wait to see what today brings? No. I am not going to be all pessimistic. I will be positive and will assume that this guy will be awesome and fix my internet in 5 minutes or less.