I have basically been without a television since I moved out of my apartment in June, and to tell you the truth, I haven’t missed it much. I have been very busy all summer with the new house purchase, and several months slid by easily without really noticing that I didn’t have a television in my life.
I was exhausted and distracted much of the time, so if I did sit down, I would quickly fall asleep anyway. Spending about a month packing and another unpacking, I was well into the autumn season and hadn’t really given it much thought. People would ask if I had heard about certain events, and then tell me about what was going on in the world. Much of it was not of much importance. Either that or it was sad or annoying news, and I really didn’t need to know anyway. For the most part, I was glad not to have the bother of television. Plus, I knew I was saving a little money by not having to pay for said bother.
The fall production of “Camelot” came and went, and as the end of the run of the show approached, I started to actually think about television again and wondered if my favorite shows had started up, and how interesting they were this season. I started to think that maybe it was time to seriously consider getting my television hooked up again.