An open letter to my TV

Dear TV,

I am writing this open letter to you to tell you how I am forever grateful to you. You are the backbone of our home, no joke of a lie. I don’t think I needed anyone quite like you in my life especially now that I am a mother.

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You are central to our family, I class you as a helping hand and when I am in need you are always around to be available in my hour of need and kept me calm before I lose my rag.

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TV you’re so important because without you we would feel lost, you allow me to have that break to do things without the need to think how I am going to entertain children. I can get s**t done such as doing my cleaning like the washing or do the vacuuming without interruption from the kids. This may seem like a bad thing for a parent to do but you know what things need to be done or else the social services will come knocking on our door asking me why my home such a pigsty.

Not only do you help me in my hour of need but you bring us together as a family when we watching movies when it’s cold outside and we’re cuddling on the sofa mentioning popcorn. It is the small things that count and he’s will probably be kept as happy memories of what my boys did when they were younger.

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TV You are providing me with entertainment, a fair few belly laughs. you’ve been a source of education to help me to understand, kept me entertained with thrillers and update on what is happening in the news.

Therefore, from the bottom of my heart, I love you my little 42-inch tv you will always have a spot in the middle of my living room.

Cheers for reading  x

25 thoughts on “An open letter to my TV

  1. Love this post, I love my TV too particularly Netflix, which I have a tendency to binge watch after the housework! Currently watching Grimm!! x
    #readysetlink

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  2. I’m with you on this! TV is a life-saver at times in our house – I’d struggle to get dinner cooked most evenings without it and it is lovely when you can snuggle up together and watch something as a family 🙂 #bloggerclubuk

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  3. Love this post, there’s so much emphasis on why TV is bad for us so this post is really a breath of fresh air. It all just depends on how you use it! #StayClassyMama

    Soffy // themumaffairs.blogspot.com

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  4. You are so right – I’m not a mega TV person and would choose a radio over a TV to take to a desert island LOL, but there is definitely a place in my heart for the ability to zone out in front of the box, not sure I could ever be one of those people without a TV altogether.

    Thanks for linking to #coolmumclub

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  5. We don’t watch any live telly but catch up everything and use Prime and Netflix. Absolutely essential for my sanity! #coolmumclub

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