Man you are preaching to the choir I'm 53 I was 27 before I got my first TV. And Growing up I was the TV remote. That doesn't mean I can't miss EQ.I'm sorry...I know it's not fun, but I can't help but giggle to myself just a little. Some of us actually grew up that way on a day to day basis until the late 80's. There was no such thing as internet for me until I was grown and had kids of my own. When I was a kid, we were too poor to have more than one tv in the house. I was 14 when I got a 15" tv in my room, and that was only because my parents finally upgraded to a 23". I was lucky enough to have cable though so it was parked on the MTV channel. I was hooked on Headbanger's Ball. So...I guess if I had to endure it now for a few days, I'd just go back to playing cards or board games with the fam. Maybe do something that kept my hands busy like drawing, painting, or crotcheting. Books are always a great way to kill time too, if you don't mind reading. Wasn't one of my favorite things to do. Best of luck finding something to keep you busy one more day!
I was the remote too!!! LOL Yay GenX!! I don't blame you for missing it. It's hard to be without anything you're used to having.Man you are preaching to the choir I'm 53 I was 27 before I got my first TV. And Growing up I was the TV remote. That doesn't mean I can't miss EQ.
I have Heat 2 on Audible that was what I was thinking.
Nice try but any manual labor I do these days is purely by mistakeIf I was home alone and not working? I’d try to stain my fence that I’ve been putting off for a year …
How did you get in my head? Would you mind kick starting a few neuro receptors my stroke laid waist to while your in there. And if you tell Jeanne what I'm thinking I'll be so pissed. LoLMorose, depressed, slightly misanthropic and going through massive withdrawal symptoms!