That’s how I’m spending my precious Saturday. Am I in Canada? Nope. Am I actually hanging out with other people (not counting the tortoise who just wandered into the room)? Oh absolutely no. After all, this is my precious Saturday. Am I living in a haunted apartment? Not that I know of. I’m just watching Amazon Prime, and I found a show about gay Canadians hunting ghosts. That’s not the actual name of the show, but I think it should be. I don’t even know the real name of the show. And I seriously doubt any of it is actually real. But I’ve found myself very amused this morning.
The best part is when they say sorry. Yup. In this show, the gay Canadians apologize to the ghosts they’re hunting. I’m pretty sure you don’t get more Canadian than apologizing to those who’ve gone before us… Could I be doing something more productive with my one of my two days off from work? Meh. That’s not the point. The point is how cool will it be when folks ask me what I did over the weekend to answer I watched gay Canadians hunt ghosts and then I made a blog about it. That’s write I don’t even write blogs anymore. I make them.
My poor person… I have a migrating pile of clothes, there are still lights I want to hang from when we moved in, pictures that I want to frame. In other words, there are any number of other things I could be doing to contribute to making our not haunted apartment more homey. Not homey in the 90s slang way, but homey as in the sense of making the feels of pure comfort. And yes, my planetary lights and pictures from an old Lord of the Rings calendar are going to do that. Okay, maybe not. And besides I have an entire one more day to do because fuck the Super Bowl.
I don’t think there’s a point to today’s blog. It’s mostly me sharing my laziness and new Amazon Prime discoveries. Because this blog isn’t for sharing anything useful. I mean I could have talked about my dad going home finally after falling and breaking his hip 2 days after Christmas or the financial lessons I’ve learned or just the adulting I’ve started doing on the regular. But no. Not today. Those can be topics for a different time and different place. Today, I share with you that if you have Amazon Prime in America, you have access to a show about gay Canadians hunting ghosts.