Like a Virgin

I'm not so crazy about English tea or David Beckham, but DAMN, can the English make an airline! My American Airlines, sharing a 13' x 13' TV screen with 70 people, watching "Because of Winn Dixie" EVERY FLIGHT, notion of air travel has been completely blown away.

Not only was everyone friendly and nice (and gave us goodie bags with socks and toothbrushes and eye masks), but the most profound discovery for me came when I saw the ridiculous number of movies and tv shows and documentaries and music that you could watch/listen to. I was feeling pretty awake last night on the plane ride home, so I thought I'd delve into the documentary section. Three hours of documentaries about women in their 30s who want to have kids through a sperm bank later, I was hooked. I moved onto the Office, then a documentary about Russian ballerinas, and finally, one AMAZING episode of SuperNanny.

I feel very confident, after my Virgin media experience, that I can hold down an office while researching sperm donors and disciplining my other children, all the while wearing toe shoes.

I am reborn.

1 comment:

m said...

SuperNanny... seriously Jen, seriously?