Ok here is another little jem in the world of television. If you have not seen it...tune in. It is like nothing you have ever seen before. Take Nickolas Sparks, Agatha Christie,& Tim Burton throw them into a blender you would have Pushing Daisies. Those of you that have seen it. Sign the petition to save it.
~Save Pushing Daisies~
Thursday, October 30, 2008
Posted by Wallflower Diaries at 11:48 PM
How many of you have seen this little jem of a show?It's sweet and romantic. Please, please log on to save this show.
TheEx List: Petition to Save the Cancelled CBS Series:
The Ex ListAfter a run-in with a psychic, single woman Bella Bloom (Elizabeth Reaser) is told that she has already met her soul mate. What’s more, if she doesn’t reunite with him within one year, she’ll be doomed to spend the rest of her life alone.
With a premise like that, a TV show like The Ex List could go on for years and years. Unfortunately, not enough viewers tuned in watch the CBS series on Friday nights. Could the drama have performed better in another timeslot? We’ll never know because the network cancelled Ex List after just four episodes.
CBS initially ordered 13 episodes of the series and production was shut down during filming of episode 11. The network hasn’t said if they have any plans to bring back Ex List at a future date but it seems extremely unlikely considering the show has been deleted from the CBS website.
Are you one of the five million who tuned in each week? Would you like to see the series picked up by another network like Lifetime? Or, how about at least finishing all 13 episodes and releasing the show on DVD?
To: CBS and 20th Century Fox Television
We, the undersigned, have greatly enjoyed the new CBS TV show, The Ex List. We are dismayed that the series has been removed from the primetime schedule. We ask that you reconsider and put it back on the air in a new timeslot.
If that is not possible, we ask that you find a new network for the series or, at the very least, to finish the series properly and release it on DVD. There are over five million viewers who deserve to see the storyline conclude.
Thank you for your consideration.
~Save The Ex List~
Posted by Wallflower Diaries at 11:27 PM
You share characteristics with Jane Nichols from 27 Dresses! You're a people pleaser, kind, get things done, yet in trying to please everyone around you, you deny what you want and your own feelings. Someday you will put yourself first for once, in fact, I say you should make that day today.
Posted by Wallflower Diaries at 10:53 PM
You will need a miniature marshmallow, 2 regular marshmallows, and 2 chocolate sprinkles. Twist top of miniature marshmallow into a point by rolling it between your thumb and index finger. Trim all 3 marshmallows, and stick together. Twist top 2 slightly to shape. With a toothpick, poke holes, and insert sprinkle eyes.
Posted by Wallflower Diaries at 6:45 PM
Hiring a wedding coordinator was once a luxury. Today, for many couples, it's a necessity. Planning a wedding is more complicated than ever, now that most brides and grooms don't meet and marry in the same hometown. Both the bride and groom usually want to be involved with the arrangements but are often preoccupied with work or school. They have high expectations of their weddings, but are novices at organizing such big events. Not only can a wedding coordinator handle the time-consuming, stress-inducing details, but he or she can also help make the planning itself an enjoyable experience. "Many couples have tremendous wedding days," says Elizabeth K. Allen, a planner with offices in New York City and Atlanta. "But looking back, they realize how stressful it was to get there. A wedding coordinator helps to make it an enjoyable process all around, so the couple has great memories of the engagement and the celebration."
Posted by Wallflower Diaries at 4:48 PM
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
I came home last night to find my blogger page blank. No background , roll call or anything. I quickly got it going again but, I feel like maybe I have miss putting some of you back on the roll call list. If I did please leave me a note & I will add you back in. Or even if you just want to be on that works too.
Posted by Wallflower Diaries at 8:57 AM
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
I found this great myspace page that is doing it's part to fight this hard fight. So all you myspacers out there join for the woman you know that have been touched by this terrible disease. Also for the woman you don't know.
"You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face."
Posted by Wallflower Diaries at 9:53 PM
Monday, October 13, 2008
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Tuesday, October 7, 2008
Have your wedding invitations bare a postmark from one of a dozen “love themed” post
offices across the nation. Tell your loved-ones and friends that they’re really special. The uniquely designed postmark chronicles this timeless keepsake – making it as special as the correspondence itself.
Having your cards and letters postmarked with affection is simple. Simply enclose pre-stamped, pre-addressed envelopes (envelopes should each have 43-cent postage; postcards, 35-
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It is important to include a return address and ZIP Code. If you don’t know the ZIP Code, don’t
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Posted by Wallflower Diaries at 12:20 AM