The internet is a wonderful world. For example, you can go back into time and see a TV show you watched growing up as a kid like Lost in Space, one of my favorites then, a CBS primetime fantasy/sci-fi serial about the Robinson family, particularly son Will Robinson, the Robot and Doctor Smith.
After reading about an episode about a talking carrot rebellion and how Guy Williams and June Lockhart could not stop laughing or do their lines with a straight face because of the ludicrous script, I wanted to see an episode I had no memory of seeing along with all the others. I found it on YouTube and hated the episode especially how it was presented in a small viewing box with a distracting moving screenshot used I supposed to keep it from being censored.
In the poster’s description, I clicked the link and found a high-quality version that listed most all of the show's 83 episodes in its three seasons on TV. I spent the day watching episodes of Lost In Space instead of writing and enjoying it as re-lived my own childhood when I thought this show was the most awesome creation in the world.
I was pleased to learn from Wikipedia that Lost in Space was also the favorite show of John F. Kennedy, Jr. growing up in the 1960s. That blurb made me smile...
In South Carolina, I have become a better cook. Almost a gourmet one. In San Francisco, I rarely cooked at all and ate out quite a bit. But here I am uninspired about restaurant offerings in humdrum settings. Along with watching old films, reading, writing and all my hobbies I've found cooking for myself to be a pleasurable experience.
After working out successfully for two weeks in a row because I needed it, I made a steak that had been frozen in my freezer for weeks. My, oh my! After it defrosted in the microwave I broiled it in the over for about 12 minutes on each side and enjoyed all of it with a glass of delicious red wine . . .