Actually, it was more like a month and a half and it wasn’t by my choice. It was interesting, nonetheless.
My TV broke. And it sucked. I was watching it and accidentally turned it off. It didn’t turn off the right way. It wouldn’t turn back on. I had to ind a way to get it out of here and then buy a new one. In the mean time, I learned some things.
- TV really is a good way to veg out sometimes. It’s distracting.
- It also provides background noise in the middle of the night that helps a person to feel less isolated.
- But sometimes the stuff that’s on really isn’t any better than watching nothing at all.
- Streaming Netflix is a God send. I watched a ton of it–mostly Family Guy–but my computer just isn’t very high quality.
- I can’t do anything on the computer if I am also watching a show or movie on it.
- A TV can serve as a central decorating point that pulls a room together. Without it, everything looks bare.
- Daily/weekly shows are fun to watch. They’re reassuring.
- Season premieres are exciting.
- I go a little stir crazy after not having a TV.
- Yet, having a TV isn’t a make it or break it deal, really. I am excited to have one again but I more used to not having one than I realized. I use it a lot less now.
- TV can make me restless in an anxious way.