Gloria Graham, AKBD
Brendan Donovan Furniture & Cabinet Co.
3685 Investment Lane, West Palm Beach, Florida
Phone (561)254-7736,
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Tuesday, June 7, 2011

LET'S COP TO GUILTY PLEASURE



I do not think I have ever published two blog posts on the same day (God forbid), even after my long recent pause.  However, a group of my blogging homeys collaborate every two weeks on a Tuesday to sound off about a specific topic.  It’s called “Let’s Blog Off”.  The current discussion is "Guilty pleasures:  what's your favorite show on television?"

Hmmm.  First off,  let me say that enjoyment and education are available on TV.  I believe in watching TV with purpose as opposed to aimlessly channel surfing or leaving it on in the background.   It's OK to turn it off and pick up a book (or a Nook) when your show is over!   That said, my most embarrassing TV confession would be that I love watching Bethenny Ever After on Bravo.  I know.  I can't believe it either.  Here's how it started.  I was captive on a flight from New York to West Palm Beach and wonderful Jet Blue is so awesome with their free-flight-long- cable.  I had finished my book, so you see it was a perfect storm  that brought me to  the wacky world of Bethenny.  I really can't stand her, couldn't be more different but I grudgingly admire her success at self-marketing.  That is a quality I really really admire.  Think Madonna and now Lady Gaga.    Bethenny Frankel has that certain something, be it annoying or not.  The world is her oyster and she made it herself.

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2 comments:

  1. I'm not sure I could control my gag reflex long enough to get through one of her shows! You're right about self-promotion, though. Some people are really good at it, and she certainly seems to be one of them.

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