This week, I am giving my computer a break … and, today, I will write a fantastic blog post for you guys. Earlier this week, I used one of my features in a blog post … and, today, I will talk about something that I like to do on weekends.
Now, on weekends, whenever they’re not showing programs that would air during the pledge drives, I will watch WQED for several hours in various rooms of my house. Now, on Saturdays, WQED doesn’t show children’s programs on the channel … and I will be able to watch some cooking shows and home improvement shows whenever I get bored. I will watch it for several minutes at a time between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Saturdays … and, then, from around 2 until 5 on Saturday afternoons, I will watch Channel 13 while I use my computer. The shows are very informative … and I happen to like most of them, especially “This Old House” and “The Woodwright’s Shop.” Now, on Sunday afternoons, I will watch WQED for at least three hours or so while I use my computer, but, if they’re showing the long-form pledge drive programs, I will watch Create, which is on Comcast Channel 201, if I see anything interesting on there. On Sundays, WQED airs children’s programs on Sunday morning … and, then, they show local programs for a while. I’ll watch one or two of their local shows on Sundays, especially if it’s one of Rick Sebak’s programs. Then, I’ll leave Channel 13 on if I see a show that looks interesting enough for me to watch. Otherwise, I’ll probably switch over to Create for a while and watch some things on there for a while.
If any of my Pittsburgh friends need something on watch on weekends, since there won’t be too many interesting sporting events on our local channels for a while, may I suggest watching WQED for a while on weekend afternoons? I know I will do just that.
This Sunday morning, at around 5:00, I will start using my computer again … and, at 7:00 that morning, I will tell you about the blog posts that I’ll be writing down in February of 2020. Enjoy your day, my friends!