The main one is I don’t take a good picture.
If I looked like Reese Witherspoon, I would probably hold a camera in front of my face all the damn day long.
Heck, if I looked like Reese Withoutherspoon, I would probably hold a camera in front of my face all the damn day long too.
I can hear my dad laughing at that from Tennessee.
It has been a long while since I have turned on Netflix.
I am ashamed to admit it.
My children would probably suffer some sort of mental breakdown if Netflix were to inexplicably disappear from our interior landscape.
To say that they appreciate Netflix on a deep level is an understatement.
My seven year old and Pee Wee Herman are on a first name basis, I am ashamed to admit.
Well, ashamed and a little proud.
Okay more ashamed than proud but I digress.
In a recent week, I think I spent maybe one-hour watching television and most of that was spent watching local news coverage of a manhunt for men that didn’t even exist.
So I really need “shelfies” more now than ever before.
I need them to save my soul because Real Housewives and Celebrity Wife Swap aren’t cutting it. Only I don’t have an interest in the murderous drama’s about the White House anymore.
I don’t want to see crime or death or cheating.
I need to see love and happiness and rainbows.
I really do.
I think we all do, quite honestly.
I think a lot of the problems we have in our world today stems from what is coming out of that box in that little room next to the kitchen.
So all of my “shelfies” are feel good in nature.
I love documentaries and I can’t wait to start this one.
We take education for granted in this country.
This one will make me appreciate how lucky we are for what we have.
I love animals and I love watching shows like this with Ellie, so I can’t wait to watch this one with her.
I love Steve Carrell, this was a no-brainer.
If I am starting a new series, why not an old new series.
And why not a really feel good, old-fashioned happy one?
I have never watched one episode.
So this is a definite “shelfie”.
This documentary we have seen a couple of times and love so much.
It is heartwarming and inspiring.
If you haven’t watched it, you really need to.
Really, why not?
Sometimes you need to re-visit old Friends now and again.
What shows have you shelved for later?
I am a member of the Netflix Stream Team. Meaning, for the next year, once a month I will be writing posts about how my family is using our Netflix. They provided me with a Roku and a voucher for my Netflix account.