What I Watch & Why – What Do You Watch & Why

What I watch and why I like it:

Bates Motel: I was a fan of the Psycho movies. I saw all five of them. The Bates Motel series does a great job providing a backstory explaining why Norman is the way he is. Bates Motel also continues to surprise me with elements, such as Norma having a brother and the nature of their relationship. Each episode keeps me waiting for the next one. Having a degree in psychology, I enjoy seeing how that factor plays itself out in the series.

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The “F” Word – Friendship or not Friendship

“Friendship,” in my opinion is a word that is all too often spoken without understanding of its true meaning. Of course, the “true meaning” is open to subjective thought. My subjective thought of the “true meaning” of that word seems to carry more weight than when I hear it spoken by others. I’m not judging, please do not get me wrong and assume that.

I hear people say, “this is my friend” or “that is my friend,” but what do they really mean? Do they mean they get along sometimes? They go out and party? They have sex? You give them money when they need it? Do they mean we met at work and have lunch together every day? Do they mean someone who clicked “like” on their Facebook page, or added them on their Instagram, or followed them on Twitter? Or do they mean what “friendship” or being a “friend” means to me? Continue reading The “F” Word – Friendship or not Friendship

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Gay Bar/Drag Show Experience

I visited an out-of-state friend to attend and celebrate her graduation. I told her for her gift, we would go wherever she wanted to go or do whatever she wanted to do (movies, dinner, shopping, etc.). Well, some friends of her from school invited her to go to a drag show. I thought, “Oh, boy!” I am a person of my word. If I say I’m going to do something, I try my best to do it, unless the Lord gives me a clear “NO!” So, I said, “okay.” I had never been to a drag show or a gay bar in my entire life and I’m 44 years old. Of course, I was praying for the Lord to cover me and keep me.

Entering the gay bar was well … an experience. We had to walk past the bar to go to the side room where the stage was for the drag show. The best way I can describe it was interesting. Continue reading Gay Bar/Drag Show Experience

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