I have no clue.
But I’d love to find out!
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about what I spend my time on.
Naturally, I’ve taken a look at the television shows I watch.
I got to wondering, what do they say about me?
I change. A lot.
So do my opinions, likes, yada, yada, yada.
I’m only going to throw my favorites at you peoples, the ones I’m currently watching and re-watching.
Let’s take a look.
I’ve recently become obsessed with the show IZombie.
I binged this show in four weeks. There’s three seasons.
I love it!
Always Scooby-Doo. I mean, come on. Duh. It’s never going to be off my list.
I’m currently watching Arrow.
I love the way they ended season 3. I almost regret starting to watch season 4.
Sherlock. Minus season 4. I don’t particularly have nice things to say about season 4. In fact I have to pretend season 4 doesn’t exist or I would have to LOATHE certain characters.
I’ve seen all the episodes of these three shows and continue to re-watch them.
I’m not a “silence” kind of person all the time.
I mean, don’t get me wrong, in the mornings, SHUT UP. Everyone, everywhere. Seriously. What’s wrong with you? I have to deal with being conscious. And you’re going to speak words to me?
But that’s not what we’re talking about.
If it’s too silent, I get really, really tired. It’s like the silence allows my CFS to rear its head completely. And I’ll end up falling asleep. Also, if it’s too silent, my depression springs forth from whatever hole it slinks down into in my gut and jumps on me like a rabid pack of man eating squirrels and hijacks my day.
Hence, the television or music being on. It creates another atmosphere, one which can drown out the low level shrieking of darkness inside me and allow me to locate something else that doesn’t give me the urge to eat everything in my chocolate stash.
When you have issues, you figure out ways around them. Or you eventually give in to them. I don’t want the latter to be me. Depression, CFS, anxiety, gut disease, migraines, etc – they’re hard to deal with. But that’s what makes me human. What I do about them is what determines how my day to day life goes, where I end up.
Regardless of your challenges, there’s a way around them. There’s inspiration out there. There’s energy you can absorb, truths you can learn, ways of coping healthily.
Right. Back to coping mechanisms.
So let’s see. What do these shows really have to say?
We’ll get to that later.
What do you do to keep the darkness within from controlling you?
What are your favorite tv shows?