"Let your conversation be always full of grace ..." ... Colossians 4:6
Oh! Have you seen Ty Pennington's new show called American Diner Revival? I'm thinking my fellow all-things-vintage-lovers will enjoy it much. Here's a blurb:
"Ty Pennington and Amanda Freitag are on a mission to help classic American diners across the country in American Diner Revival ... Over six episodes, Amanda and Ty travel the country empowering towns to lend a hand in saving their struggling diners, using a combination of Ty’s design and carpentry skills and Amanda’s culinary expertise."
So encouraging and see? More than just a handful of us still love eating in vintage-style diners. Their day is not over and never let anyone tell you otherwise. I watched the first episodes this morning (thanks to our On Demand cable feature) and totally enjoyed each inspiring, heart-warming one.
Have you already watched this? I hope you'll tell me what you thought.
The people who say there's nothing good on tv nowadays? Phooey on them. Either they're folks with a basic television-hating personality (and therefore, shouldn't even be criticizing tv shows because it's rather like dog haters commenting on message boards for dog lovers). Or they just enjoy complaining instead of actively searching for the special stuff. Frankly (I confess) I have 0 patience with the second group.
Yes, I said that. People who believe there's only one way to learn or who begin sentences with, "Nobody ever ____ anymore," or "The Good Old Days are gone because _____," are not my kindred spirits. And they tend not to like me or my positivity. At all.
But oh well. C'est la vie.
If you have a couple minutes, check-out my Pinterest collection of 92 shows I've thoroughly enjoyed at certain times of my 56 years. I'm sure some of them will shake your memory and make you smile.
Unless you're a die-hard all-things-tv hater, of course. :)