I do not believe that giving up reality television would be humanly possible. Not only am I addicted, but you are too Bonnie. Let me remind you that in our house, Blush has been watched for the past 5 Saturday nights in a row. There are a couple things wrong with this:
a.) Blush is the worst reality tv show on the planet.
b.) No activities have been going on which are more exciting on Saturday night at 12:30- which is sad.
c.) It is a show about a bunch of gay make-up artists carrying umbrellas and making people look like whores from the 1940s.
Therefore, I think stopping watching the Bachelor and Blush are great ideas. I couldn't live without the rest of reality tv. There would be no human tetris, no ANTM, no American Idol, no ABDC, no America's Got Talent- and therefore no church activities that are entertaining.
I do however believe that our own reality tv show would be quite a hit. The Bachelorettes (note the plurality): pick a boy and create a love triange. Then, both of us can try to seduce him, and he will want to date/be engaged to one of us. But at the same time, he won't be able to stop thinking about the other one, will eventually dump the first publicly (perhaps Color Night? I can make this work...) and hook up with the other girl. Brilliant. The goal of the tv show is to be the girl he hooks up with in the end. Therefore, you want to woo him, but make him think that the other girl is better. It is important he doesn't stop thinking about you though, so he will want to get back together with you. Bonnie- this will be done. We must pick a suitor. Perhaps not on a public blog. Dinner table. Tomorrow. 5:00.