Do you ever wonder how much things you watch impact your thoughts? I’ve listed ten of my most memorable TV moments.
Columbine (I had a newborn at the time. I remember thinking, what will schools be like when my children attend?)
Alex P. Keaton Driving all Night to See Ellen (In my early years of puberty I thought this defined romance.)
Shock and Awe (Our high school staged a walk-out to protest and we all wore yellow ribbons. Bette Midler’s song, “From a Distance” was overplayed on the radio.)
The Loss of the Challenger (I was in fifth grade, band recital, clarinet in hand. When I returned home I saw my mom break down bawling for the first time.)
Richard Hatch Winning (That was the most incensed I’ve ever been over a TV show.)
The Headless Horseman episode (Nothing scared me more than this episode growing up.)
Kevin Kisses Winnie (This was particularly sweet because Kevin and I were about the same age, going through the same growing pains.)
Ross Standing in the Rain (He was her lobster. Ah, to be young and in my 20’s again. No thanks.)
The Hatch is Open (Still my favorite.)
Can you guess some of those shows? What are some of your most memorable TV moments?
*photos by flickr
**interesting that two of my answers have the word hatch in them…hmmm.