In Other Words -Stream of Consciousness Saturday – SOCS

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In Other Words – Stream of Consciousness Saturday – SOCS 

The Friday Reminder and Prompt for #SoCS Feb. 3/18

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This is where we write whatever we think, as it comes to mind, with no editing, except for spelling (maybe). Sometimes I follow the rules, and then sometimes I just have to look something up. I don’t think Linda minds. She’s nice like that, and even gives a prompt word to get us started. 🙂

It’s fun, so why not join in? See above link for details. Thanks, Linda!

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So, every time I tried typing ‘words’ it came out as ‘worlds’. Is that a sign that I should write something about the world, or other worlds? Maybe it’s just I can’t type right. I do seem to transpose letters all the time, whether typing the words, or reading them. Then I have to go back to do/read it right. I’m even worse with numbers. I don’t really understand much math, and whenever I look at numbers, both my mind freezes up, or the numbers jump around, so I can barely tell what they are. I mess up the check book a lot.

Well, enough about that. In other words, I’ve said all I want to about my discalculia (math blindness, I think it is).

Moving on. In other words, writing about the typing of world instead of words, got me thinking about one of my favorite soap operas, “Another World”. It’s been cancelled now for quite a few years, but I watched that one from the first airing, to the end. I was so upset when it went off the air. Here’s the intro song for the show.

“Another World”, by Crystal Gayle and Gary Morris, was chosen as the theme song for the soap opera, “Another World”. It was released in 1987, and ran through 1996. It was written by John Lefler and Ralph Schucket, and was on the Warner Bros. label.

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Thanks for visiting! Peace ☮️

© 2018 BS

 

8 responses »

  1. Oh my word, I hadn’t seen that since… the 80s?!? My grandmothers watched that, too — Days and Another World. I remember being enraptured by the story of the twins and the bad boy, lol! Other worlds usually provide great entertainment.

    • There were so many great story lines on that soap, and so many memorable characters! It was my mom’s favorite soap, so of course I watched it, too. Now, part of the time I was in school, but mom would always tell me what happened on those days. This was way before VCRs. I wish there was some way to see them all over again. 🙂

  2. Seriously, you watched it from 1964 on? That’s being faithful. The people that amaze me are the ones who followed those stories from the radio days… Most of them are gone now that there aren’t too many people home during the day.

    • Yes, I sure did. Like I said to Joey, sometimes I’d be at school, but mom would tell me what happened. I watched it whenever I could, from the first to the end, when it was cancelled. Another one I saw from the beginning was All My Children. I do vaguely remember some of the old radio programs. Mom would listen to them, so I did too! 🙂

  3. I used to watch them when I got home from school, so whichever one was on around 3 PM. Maybe the Doctors or One LIfe to Live. I stopped watching after a while though. I have a love/hate relationship with TV.

    • Same here, for me. I hardly watch any TV these days. I mean, it’s on all the time, because the mister is watching stuff. I like some of the old sit coms that I’ve seen a million times, though. I’d rather be on here reading and blogging. I like a good book better than anything on TV anyway. 🙂

      • Does your mister take offense if you’d rather read than watch TV with him? It bothered mine a bit, even though I was in the same room with him. Now if we are watching together I try to color instead. I have a problem just sitting and watching.

      • No, he doesn’t mind. Some shows we’ll watch together, but even then, I’m typing on here or even reading a book at the same time. I can’t just sit and watch, either. Have to be doing something else, too.

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