October 19, 2005

Still Haven’t Heard From CBS.

I’ve written the fine folks at CBS over 30 e-mails regarding the cancellation of Judging Amy. I’ve sent two typed letters and three handwritten letters. I’ve received over *100* e-mails and countless blog entry comments from dismayed fans about the cancellation of this show. Google searches turn up disappointment all over the internet.

I still have yet to hear from the “fine” folks at CBS.

I hear the new show that replaced “Judging Amy” is tanking in the ratings. I’m not surprised. “Judging Amy” is still in my TiVo season pass list, awaiting new episodes to be aired. I’m not going to give up. I’m not going to shut up. Not until someone official says something.

Just think what I would have been like during the cancellation of the original series of Star Trek!

At the very least someone could send me an autographed photo from Amy Brenneman.



Originally uploaded by macwarriorny.

I decided to celebrate my feeling better today by going for a walk during lunch. The sun was shining brightly, the breeze was mild and the enchantment of October was riding the wind. So I decided I needed to enjoy our downtown area. This is about a block from where I work. As you can see, the streets aren’t that busy at lunch time!

As I look at this photo, I realize that downtown looks like a city scape you’d see on a “behind the scenes” movie tour set you’d see at Walt Disney World or Universal Studios. All that’s missing is the fountain that the Friends played on.

A Little Help From My Friends.

Yesterday when I arrived home from work early because I was feeling so lousy, I took a few moments, meditated and asked for help with getting better from the Universe. I said aloud that I would stop taking cold medicine and chemical medication in efforts to ease or cure my sniffles. I asked to have these sniffles and associated symptoms purged from my body so that I could go out in the world and strive to be a positive influence on all those around me.

This morning I feel like a million bucks. No sniffles, no achy, no fever. I thanked the Universe for the help.

I had to share the experience.