Hooked on Faith.

Oh, I know, not exactly what you think, but close.  Combine time travel, a female plastic surgeon from the future, a gorgeous enigmatic stoic loyal paranormal warrior hero from the past, a young inexperienced king, a self-possessed reluctant queen, Korean kitsch, funky subtitles and what do you get?  Faith.

I’m loving the hero.  I’m waiting for the heroine to stop whining.  She’s getting there, might be growing on me.

I’ve already got JW Manus interested.  We’re watching on Hulu.  See here~ Faith.

It’s a much-needed distraction right now, plus I’m working on a time travel story so all the better to immerse myself in a little cultural dislocation.

(In the dad front, no change, waiting for the cardiologist to decide upon the next step and waiting for hubby to get home from D.C. so he can have some input on any decisions we make.)

Here’s a song for you: Walk on Faith, by Mike Reid

I’ve seen Mike Reid perform. He’s a wonderful singer/song-writer and a former NFL player (Cincinnati Bengals). He was a very high draft pick, #7 to be exact, and one of my husband’s heroes.

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9 Responses to Hooked on Faith.

  1. Amber Skyze says:

    Keeping your dad in my thoughts.

  2. Jaye says:

    Do you know what I did yesterday evening? I watched Faith. Season 1, episodes 1-5. Would have watched more, but I’d appropriated the old man’s laptop and he was trying to watch football, and well, there was some… conflict. I was riveted.

    Who knew Korean television could be so good? The production values and costumes alone are worth watching. I wish the TWD writers would watch Faith and get some clues about how to write strong, interesting female characters. Oh my, Julia, did you catch the scene where the queen tells the king about why she learned to speak Korean? The king is such an idiot! Or… is he?

    Hope your dad is doing okay. Thanks for the head’s up on this show.

  3. Katalina Leon says:

    It seems like the past weeks have reached a crescendo of chaos.
    Prayers for your dad.
    I’m excited for you that you have more wonderful stories to tell.

  4. Sending best wishes for your dad, and for you. Thanks for the heads-up on Faith.

  5. Thank you, Stephanie and you’re welcome – it’s a very interesting show.

  6. Seems like it, Kat. But it all boils down to caring for the ones you love. Thanks.

  7. Jaye – that is so funny! Now I have to catch up with you! Been so busy answering the phone I’ve fallen behind in my ‘Faith’! My dad is in a holding pattern. Sees the specialist today. He’s going to need open-heart surgery.

  8. Thanks, Steph and Amber. Means a lot.