Not Knots Landing
And No Drama of The Serial
Or Cereal Variety. . .
I know I am older than some on this platform. A look into the bathroom mirror and around real life also reminds me of this.
Although the details are fuzzy, I recall the television show, Knots Landing. For the uninitiated or those who have forgotten, it was a spin-off of the primetime drama, Dallas also from long ago. Knots Landing was more relatable to someone like me from the suburbs. I didn't grow up with Texas oil influencing my childhood homestead. I wonder: would it be allowed in any HOA?
In another attempt to tie together things that seem so far apart, I think these cereal quotes nicely fill my serial pondering bowl. And as for that sweet stuff regularly served for breakfast during my youth, I did enjoy Cap’n Crunch. However, like the serials mentioned earlier, those days are long gone too.
Don’t let life go by you.
Fall in love with the back of your cereal box.
Like religion, politics, and family planning,
cereal is not a topic to be brought up in public.
It’s too controversial.
I grew up with ‘Life’ magazine on the coffee table,
Life cereal on the breakfast table,
and the game of Life on the card table.
People were just so happy to be alive, I guess.
The image in this post is from canstockphoto.com.
faye schubert - the world continues to change and evolve. That definitely includes how we are entertained as well as the way we eat.