but tonight i don't have to worry. how come?
my sister is here (oldest) and she brought her granddaughter. who is 3 and so it is a blast for my daughter who gets to be the 'big girl' and they'll be playing the whole time. yea!
i'm calling this 1 the origin story because we go back to 2003 and find out why and how emily decided revenge was the best way to handle her father's wrongful conviction for terrorism.
this should be pretty heavy. i hope.
i was asked by reader ginny what 1 thing i find unrealistic about the show?
honestly? well how about the vacation home of the graysons?
this time, okay, daniel ended up on trial for murder. but what's the trick going to be each season to keep things happening in the hamptons?
now victoria could live there.
i live off the coast of boston and a lot of my neighbors are seasonal. they only come out for the summer. but i chose to live here year round. when flyboy and i got divorced (we've remarried), we divided up our homes and i wanted this 1. and i made it my year-round home.
(though i'm sure he suspected i only wanted it because it was in his family before i married him. that's not the reason though. i've always felt safe and at home here. when we were married the 1st time, we only came out here a few times in the winter and summered here. when we divorced, i moved out here full time. and now it's where we live full time.)
but there should be a number of issues with that house.
for instance, the staffing. it's a summer home. a murder trial means they stay. fine. but those are seasonal employees, they're not all staying. some have college or school, some have other jobs, etc.
so i guess that's what i would say is the issue i'd be watching for in terms of something pushing reality. right now it's fine. but, again, how are they going to keep the action in the hamptons every season? and they need to because a larger canvas will cause the show to unravel (my opinion).
let's close with c.i.'s 'Iraq snapshot:'