Documentaries and Dr. Who
I haven't written anything about what I've been reading or watching lately. As for reading, well, not much. Most of my free time is devoted to stitching right now which means my eyes are too tired to read when I do take a break. I know I could listen to books while I stitch, but that just doesn't work for me. I am not as good at focusing on two things that require concentration as I used to be. Having TV on in the background while I stitch still works though. Plus I can easily pause it when I need to do so.
So I still watch tons of TV - on Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime for the most part.
I have been on a big documentary kick for the past few weeks. I have watched a bunch that originally aired on PBS and also watched a documentary parody show on Neflix called Documentary Now! with Fred Armisen and Bill Hader. I think of all of them I watched my two favorites are Ken Burns American Lives and The Roosevelts. I also enjoyed the two I watched about The Dead Sea Scrolls.
As for fictional stories - well, I have been watching a lot of sci-fi. I started in on Star Trek - the original series. My DH and I have been watching it together. I didn't realize how few of the original shows I had actually seen. I have also been watching Dr. Who - just starting yesterday when it came back to streaming on Amazon Prime. I don't binge on the show usually - just watch and episode here and there, but after it was gone from Neflix I missed it! So I watched several episodes yesterday and I will probably watch more today.
What kinds of shows do you like to watch while you stitch? Or are you a audio books or music person? Let us know in the comments.