For the record.. the obsession with TiVo isn’t just me:

“One morning, when I was walking out the door to leave for work, I said my usual goodbyes to the family: ‘Bye Mommy, ‘bye Mason (my older son), ‘bye Evan (younger son), ‘bye Indy (our dog), ‘bye Buddy (Mason’s stuffed dog that goes everywhere with us).’

Dissatisfied with the shortlist, Mason, our now four-year-old son, followed up with, ‘But Daddy, what about TiVo?’

So, now my morning goodbyes sound like this: ”Bye Mommy, ‘bye Mason, ‘bye Evan, ‘bye Indy, ‘bye Buddy, ‘bye TiVo!’

We’re a TiVo family!

P.S. Any time someone asks us about TiVo, we tell them it’s the best thing in the world… that if we had to pick between TiVo and air conditioning, it would be tough (and we live in Texas).”


I’ve always said, if Pleasantville were on fire, the first thing I’d grab would be the TiVo. And then maybe my roommate. Hey, I have a lifetime subscription – you really can’t argue with that.


One Response to tivolicious.

  1. DP says:

    Sadly, Romey is jealous of the TiVo, as he is stick with the craptastic DVR from the cable company. Sometimes life isn’t fair.

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