us All have ideas of how we should live our lives (ideally, to enjoy life to the fullest), but only one is right: me. In this new column, titled “NO, BUT LISTEN” The little ritual that gets us through the day will be analyzed and celebrated – give up.
In the first year of the pandemic, I missed a lot of things I remember That time was sometimes scary and sometimes boring. I wanted to eat at restaurants, sing karaoke with friends, hug my extended family…but one thing I didn’t realize I missed was the experience of staying in a hotel. I’m not talking about a luxury hotel, nor a white lotus -esque extended travel sequence; just an ordinary place with a clean enough bed , just good coffee for free in the morning, and – this is the most important part – there is a TV in the room.
I spend a lot of time in hotels like this – I’m in a long distance relationship and I live state is far from most of my friends and family – that’s why I feel empowered to share with you the secret to getting the most out of them: go to bed, and book a room if you can service, then spend an hour to a full day watching Grey’s Anatomy
reruns on Lifetime or WE.
here is The Beauty of Grey’s Anatomy
is probably the longest-running show in the universe: it was sold to the syndicate so long ago that it seems Always reruns on cable. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a lifelong fan who’s watched every episode, or a casual observer who vaguely knows the show is about doctors who enjoy having sex with each other. When you’re in a hotel room, the normal rules don’t apply, and Grey’s Anatomy
becomes the most engaging and easy at the same time – ignore the TV you might be on programme.
You might think , hey, I’m not really a fan of medical dramas, can I watch Law & Order
reruns instead? While your question is valid, I’m here to tell you, no, it’s not. Ithas