Making a Dream Out of a Nightmare

For no reason what-so-ever, I completed the entirety of Kitchen Nightmares, the US version before you ask. I don’t know what it is, but Gordon Ramsay yelling at people makes me feel better. I’m sure that I would break down crying if he were to do that to me, but degrees of separation and what not. I just love the way he turns owners around. I just feel bad that some restaurants were closed down after he came to help either because of the owner’s stubbornness or bank came after them. I was also watching the show on Hulu, so when I went to the comments, there was one faithful person who would inform you if the restaurant was closed. I don’t know why I found it funny, but I was pleasantly surprised when I didn’t see their comments. I don’t think I would ever binge this show again; there’s just not anything else one can really get from it, especially since I’m not planning on opening my own restaurant someday. I just happy that I can say that I saw all of Kitchen Nightmares. I might actually check out a couple of Ramsay’s other shows and hope that I get the same pleasure out of it.

Old Homes in Waco, Texas

I think everyone had the point in life where they can’t understand the appeal of  HGTV. I am officially past that point. Recently, I discovered that Hulu put Fixer Upper on its streaming service. Unfortunately, it is only three seasons, but I hoping that they add more later on. This is one of my favorite renovation shows on HGTV. Instead of doing something else for this blog, I’ve been binge watching these first three seasons. I’m a bit behind on my schedule, but I think it is worth it for the chemistry. Chip and Jo are one of the cutest couples that I have ever seen, and their kids are just so adorable. They should not be allowed to be that cute. It should be against the law. I’m a bit sad that they canceled the show, especially since they got pregnant again. I really want to see the new baby, but at least I know that they are doing well and are happy. But I can still hope that they bring the show back when the baby is older.

Failing in the Best Ways

I recently just finished binge-watching that amazing Netflix original Nailed It. It is based on the trend of ordinary people trying to create the masterpieces that they see on social media platforms such as Pinterest. It is three hours of your time, but what an amazing time you will have. The host is hilarious, and the main judge is adorable. What I love about this show is that no one truly believes that they are better than everyone else. Everyone is in the same place and are just having fun with it. It’s a fun little competition between beginner bakers. What I also loved, is that if the judges saw something go wrong in the process, they would inform the participants what they did wrong and how to fix it in the future, so it is fun and a learning experience all in one. I would definitely recommend watching this short little binge.