Hello Darkness, My Old Friend

I finished a FaceTime call with my friends in England today just as the sun began to fade. I yawned and considered retiring to my bed. Except I then realized the time was only 2 p.m.—much too early for bedtime.

Clouds have moved in, creating this wonderful gothic feel. All of a sudden I have a desire to watch old episodes of Dark Shadows. Why aren’t those being broadcast on some nostalgia channel? Seems like a no-brainer. Did anyone else rush home after school every day to watch Barnabas and Angelique? Just me? Now I feel foolish.

Peace, people!

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

8 thoughts on “Hello Darkness, My Old Friend”

      1. Well guess what? I found two ways to watch it. Tubitv.com or Pluto TV, both completely free and pop right up on your computer with google. Tubi seems to have every season if you feel like a marathon!

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