Friday, October 28, 2011


It's been a busy day so far...worked for a bit this a.m., lunch w/ the hubs, and a little spray painting project (I'm in-between coats at the moment). Need to do a little cleaning tonite, too...yuckypoo.

So...yesterday (as I was longing for Friday to arrive), I started thinking about how growing up, T.G.I.F. was "like" a major part of my week. Not Friday itself, but the shows on Friday p.m. Idk about you, but back in the day...we had 1 t.v. in the house *gasp*. Usually, my dad was reigning over it, but Fridays...well, we'd all get to enjoy a little family-friendly viewing. 

A few of my faves were:

Not sure about ya'll, but I'm feeling warm and fuzzy just seeing those pics. :) Now...if only I could be transported to my parents' basement with a plate of Totino's Pizza Rolls, I'd be in business (a girl can dream, can't she?).

Of course...the only thing better than T.G.I.F. was a little Saturday morning t.v. action...Saved By the Bell, anyone? We'll have to wax nostalgic another time...

~We'll see ya next week!~


  1. TGIF...oh man how I lived for that, too. Home Improvement, Boy Meets World too! Gah. And then yes, waking up and watching Saved By The Bell on Saturday mornings, why couldn't we still be doing this?

  2. Where did all the family sitcoms go...or rather...where did all the good ones go?


  3. Jordan...I like to think about going back to that time...but of course I like being an adult too much. ;) and, Dustin...idk. I think times have changed too much...people don't want that same cheesey stuff anymore. Too bad.

  4. Love me some TGIF! Happy weekend!

  5. I loved TGIF, too! The good ol' days of TV :)
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  6. Could not wait for TGIF! We were just talking about that in Bible Study on Tuesday. -Nicole

  7. Great post! Fellow TGIFer here! And yes, just seeing those pics made me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. I'm glad you brought up Step by Step. That one seemed too short lived. So wish they still played those so I could watch them with my kiddos!