I don’t like old movies. So sue me!
They seem really cheesy to me. I try really hard to like them, I do. I go into it wanting to like it. Just not in the cards. I mean, I haven’t seen all the old movies I’d like to try. I’d love to rent old creature features and see if I like those. Some old horror movies I hear are better than the current ones, and not cheesy in acting or special features.
Which is weird considering I love “The Librarians”, a totally cheesy tv show. Although, it doesn’t have the same atmosphere as old movies and shows. Perhaps that’s it.
My favorite tv shows:
NCIS New Orleans
I am uber, crazy, probably psychotically, picky. So if I don’t absolutely love a movie, book, song, or tv show, then eh.
I’m supposed to be working on a birthday card right now. And I had something else to blog on, but I’m feeling too hemmed in with structure on my blog at current.
So I’m kicking that to the curb.
Sometimes putting pen to paper is the only thing that can calm the torment in my soul. Siphon the pain in my head and chest and splash it across the lines in such a way that, for a little while, I am released of its absolute control.
Sometimes its the only thing that can sop up the misery.
Perhaps that’s why I don’t often write about the things which make me happy. I want to soak in those feelings, not give them away to ink.
I think your favorite anything can tell a person a lot about you. For instance, I’m pretty sure that list of my favorite tv shows says something about me. I’m just not sure what. I can’t pick favorites with a lot of things. Like movies and music and books. It depends on my mood and where I’m at in my life. It changes too often to really try to pin down, day to day. Besides, there are too many. I’d just have to list them all. And then I’d want to edit the list every five minutes.
(I finished that birthday card before finishing this post, by the way.)
What are your favorite tv shows? Can you pick favorites for things like books, movies, songs?