Lost In Darkness And Distance

I'm sorry. I believe that you're the only one of you there's ever gonna be.

11:45 - Lois Lane escapes by drawing a portrait with a typewriter!

Ahhh, The Adventures Of Superman.  My brother and I watched every episode one summer.  This episode (paid for by the U.S. Treasury Department) has always been one of our favorites.

Remember when I said I’d never reblog anything again?

I LIED!

These opening & closing credits used to creep me out!

"The Odds" - my favorite episode of Tales From The Darkside.  At work, whenever a manager asks me to make a sign for an item on promotion, I write down the item specifics on a Post-It note, stick it to my desk and once I’ve finished the sign, I crumple up the Post-It note and chuck it, just like Tommy Vale does with his bet slips. :)

My brother and I watched this last night.

18 year old Me, with my late Great Grandmother on the night of my high school graduation ceremony.
I’m having one of my late-night Eddie Valiant perusals of old family photos.
Okay, now that I’ve gotten that out of my system and littered your dash with nostalgia, I’m going upstairs to watch a movie with my big yellow M&M.  I’m thinking Dracula Has Risen From The Grave (1968).  Yeah.  What a great title, huh?
Goodnight, Followers.  And, goodnight to you.  Yes, YOU.  We need to talk.

18 year old Me, with my late Great Grandmother on the night of my high school graduation ceremony.

I’m having one of my late-night Eddie Valiant perusals of old family photos.

Okay, now that I’ve gotten that out of my system and littered your dash with nostalgia, I’m going upstairs to watch a movie with my big yellow M&M.  I’m thinking Dracula Has Risen From The Grave (1968).  Yeah.  What a great title, huh?

Goodnight, Followers.  And, goodnight to you.  Yes, YOU.  We need to talk.

The Child Who Was Batman.
Me, aged seven, with my first grade teacher, Mrs. Washington.  I’m the one on the left.

The Child Who Was Batman.

Me, aged seven, with my first grade teacher, Mrs. Washington.  I’m the one on the left.

The crickets are loud tonight.  I think they’re protesting my presence in this part of the world.  I can’t leave yet, little crickets!!!

This basement is weird.  Dusty too.

This basement is weird.  Dusty too.

Actually…

Already I’m having to review the rules I set for myself.

The Monkey and The Cat, 1670, by Abraham Hondius.

The Monkey and The Cat, 1670, by Abraham Hondius.

Came home from work an hour & a half early because I’m feeling fatigued, again.

I’m going to try a few things - multi-vitamins, leafy greens and drinking more water (I really haven’t been drinking enough water…).  If, after three days, I don’t feel better, I’ll go to an urgent care clinic.

But first, I’m going to collapse on my bed for a while.