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ive been getting into the christmas spirit and watching romantic innocent sweet lovely tv shows on lovely people who make me smile, people with good hearts and souls. So i watched, "catering christmas" and there are many like this, and i loved it.
Spoilers: //// I even cried when i found out the foundation they were keeping alive yearly around christmas was a place for volunteers to take care of the community of children, and help them with arts and crafts and cooking too. The main character said that if it weren't for the foundation, her parents was able to save alot of money for her college degree and i was in tears because so many children need a lovely community like that and parents need help and support from those they can trust in the hands of good people. It's nice too because the main character male in question was not really interested in the foundation but he loves his family even his aunty who is the main person doing this foundation since the beginning. And he always was there to help her yearly. He has such a good heart. But he wanted to pursue his dreams elsewhere. In the end, his love for the main character just sealed the deal. it made him realize how much more wonderful it is to be with someone you clicked/connect with and love and also with helping the foundation keep going to help others in the community have a prosperous life. All that made me tear up. I wish for many like this in the world. The world needs love and happiness. I really so love wholesome shows.
30 Coins on HBO
We're going to watch, Peaky Blinders, next as recommended by @libra-noir and also wyotess.
I'm still watching, Velvet. They've added some dancing and singing.
I think this show is my Neptune escape.
The Last Ship.
I've been watching a lot of Hallmark Christmas movies lately but snuck in a Norwegian Netflix series called Home for Christmas. My husband and I loved it. It is about a girl who is trying to meet a guy to being home for Christmas and shut up her nagging mom. The characters had dimension and were likeable, flaws and all. I really enjoyed the culture too, such as honoring Christmas traditions that weren't plastic consumer plugs. It was fun to watch.