I rarely watch TV, and when I do, I set my DVR so I can watch at my leisure. Stalker has changed all of that. The writers of this show know how to up the ante and leave viewers on the edge of their seats.
All season long, one story line has been building to a climax, and Wednesday night, it happened. And I was left staring at the TV screen with my mouth hanging open. It ending on two HUGE cliffhangers. The problem with that is no one seems to know when or if the show is returning. Gah!
As you can tell from my website, I write suspense so shows like Stalker are right up my alley. They have just the right amount of creepiness but not enough to send me scurrying from the room. (Had to stop watching Criminal Minds because of that!) And Dylan McDermott and Maggie Q work amazingly well together.
In Wednesday night's episode called "Reckoning", a gripping cat and mouse game played out on screen with every life in danger. No one was immune to the sick killer's twisted mind games. And just when I thought "Oh, good, everyone's safe", two lives ended up hanging in the balance.
Now all I can do is sit and wait for the hoped for renewal or the dreaded cancellation. In the meantime, you can watch several episodes for free at CBS.com. I'll be surprised if you don't get addicted, too!
I'm a big proponent of thinking positive, being positive, and speaking positively. That doesn't mean I consider myself to be a Mary Poppins, but I try to look on the bright side of things regardless of the situation. I try to find humor or a glimmer of hope.
It's easy to get mired down with all the negative things happening in this world, to think that the world is an evil place, but there is still good to be seen like the recent article of the man who walks 21 miles to work showcasing dedication and determination. Or the cop giving out shoes to the homeless, the group that worked together to help a dog who'd accidentally been pepper-sprayed, and the people who constantly come together to support others in need whether it's with money, groceries, or transportation.
This is why, when I have a bad day, am struggling with a health issue, or my heart is hurting, I will not post anything negative to social media. I want my friends and the people who follow me to see the good in the world, like the funny dances people do or the wonderful singers who audition for The Voice. I may slip up and post a quick gripe, but, for the most part, I keep it positive.
I understand that some people reach out because they need to connect with others, and this post is not a criticism of those people. This is just how I see life, what I want to reflect on social media.
There is a gospel song that reflects what I'm trying to say in this post. I'm including it here for those who'd like to hear it.
My thoughts, experiences, challenges, and goals. Right here. At least once a week or so. Oh, and opinions, too. Those will definitely come in. Join me!