This evening was pretty tame. I’m hoping to go to bed within the next hour!
Snacked on cereal:
And dinner was a platter of yummy goodness.
I had two Wasa crackers with hummus and steamed carrots:
And tomato soup and corn on the cob.
More to Love – "Yay" or "Nay"?
I bet you guys knew I’d talk about this on the blog EVENTUALLY! 🙂
So, I’ve been asked by a few people "What do you think of the new show "More to Love" on Fox?" If you haven’t heard of "More to Love," here’s the synopsis.
MORE TO LOVE, the new dating competition show from Mike Fleiss ("The Bachelor"), follows one regular guy’s search for love among a group of real women determined to prove that love comes in all shapes and sizes. The inspirational new series is hosted by iconic supermodel Emme.
Luke Conley is a 26-year-old former college football offensive lineman who stands 6’3" and weighs over 300 pounds. He’s a successful sub-contractor and real estate investor who has his sights set on building a long-lasting relationship. Luke’s ideal woman is intelligent, passionate, down-to-earth, full-figured and comfortable in her own skin.
This eligible guy will have the chance to find the woman of his dreams when 20 voluptuous ladies vie for his heart. These unique women have careers ranging from waitress to teacher to lawyer to rocket scientist, but they all have one thing in common: They are also looking for love.
This brawny prince is searching for one curvy Cinderella to take on the romantic adventure of a lifetime!
I am DEFINITELY going to watch "More to Love" because I’m kind of curious…. Oh, here’s the eligible bachelor:
Judging from the previews, I’m sure they are going to make a big show about how "curvy" the women are the first episode (because it’s exploitative reality TV!). But, I wonder if they will drop all that talk as the season progresses and REALLY make it about love, not appearance. Basically, I’m going to reserve judgement until I see it! But my initial reaction is "Ehhhh… I don’t know about that!"
What do you think? Are you looking forward to "More to Love"? Or do you think it’s going to be a totally stereotypical crap-fest?
I think it's a great idea for a show, but I agree with you Caitlin. They'll definitely focus on the size concept for quite awhile in the beginning. Hopefully, they'll be able to move past the appearance after a few episodes and focus more on the personalities of the individuals. Great post!