Stream of Consciousness Saturday #SoCS

Looking For The Light

This is my first go participating Stream of Consciousness Saturday #SoSC, if I miss something please point it out, nicely. πŸ™‚

Television was a step closer to the internet by way of seeing images for the first time. Much like the radio brought words to books. I’ve seen photos and painting of people gathered around the radio, more imagination is needed to listen and draw the story in your mind.

I had two favorite shows, Popeye and Gunsmoke. Sounds like a strange combo, I was a grandpa’s girl and Gunsmoke was his show. Looking at both now and then, it’s often the good guys against the bad.


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    • Hi Simon I hope you are happy and healthy. TV played a large part of my youth. Back then you didn’t have to worry if you parked your kids in front of TV. Today I have a hard time finding anything but certain kids shows I could do that. Times are a changing. The great thing about being 55 for me I don’t worry about keeping up or looking 25 anymore. I might wear a cool shoe now and then but I cut and dried aged me. Have a blessed day.


      • Yeah things were a bit more care free back then. This has started with us, these days seems to care more about appearance.
        Thank you, your have a blessed day as well πŸ˜€

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