For the past 7 months, I've been borrowing a TV.
For the first 10 months I was here, I didn't have a TV, and now I am without one again.
Although the only show I was consistently watching was "The Office," I am realizing that I had the tv on a lot more that just for that show.
How can I tell?
Because it's quiet tonight.
I'm home alone with zero plans and all I hear are the clicking of my keys and the obnoxious steam heater.
The TV was a wonderful distraction and "filler" for when I was too tired to read, too silent to make a phone call, or too introverted to seek out company.
I have absolutely no intention of purchasing a TV of my own.
Maybe this means I'll be reading more.
Tonight, I started "The Heavenly Man" - a true story about a remarkable man's life as a Christian in China.
This is one of the first Friday nights I've been devoid of plans. To be honest, I wasn't looking forward to it. I wish I could say I've been pleasantly surprised and loving it.
But, I'm not.