I used to watch Designated Survivor on Netflix. But of course, this year, they decided to do the unthinkable and bow to pressures of all that my eyes should not see. I ended up watching only the trailer (which I regret watching) and that was the end of our relationship. In fact, in my household TV has become something we watch with radars on high alert. So Amy’s post is spot on. We need to be careful what those little eyes see, and not be so attached to anything that we cannot turn it off. Our ‘non-fictional’ relationship with the Lord, as Amy called it, is more important than what the best screenplay writers can ever entice us with. Amen!
It boasted that it was the TV series to watch. I was so pleased to stumble upon it on Netflix last week. It had everything I look for in entertainment. Romance, historical events, and even time travel! This was the show I was going to settle in and become a part of. You know those books or movies that stay with you. Well this was it for me! Until….the first romance scene was over the top! I closed my eyes tight and hit the home button on my remote. First thought, “So much for that” Second thought, “Maybe that’s only scene with that much nudity” I pushed play and continued to watch the show for the next several nights.
Man oh man…on it went. Wonderful storyline. Left you thinking during your day about the damsel and will she ever get back to her time. But the love scenes were almost…
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