Bingeing…

I went down like a sack of potatoes.

Luckily a nurse was walking in Central Park with her dog.

The guardian angel checked me out and said I would be sore. She was concerned that my head had hit the fence so hard so I was placed in self-imposed concussion protocol…sounds so professional as if I had earned it on the gridiron.

Made me feel like a receiver for the NY Giants…at least 4 players have been in concussion protocol this season.

My husband, my other angel, rushed to the Park and emotionally carried me home along with our frisky pup.

My Friday plans went to hell so I binged all day.

No food included in this binge, but I got a mouthful of crazy watching 10 episodes of On Becoming a God in Central Florida.

The dark comedy features an excellent cast, but Kirsten Dunst is outrageously fabulous.

The next indulgence was a full season of mediocre Jack Ryan.

The writing was inferior to the past season and the pace was slow as molasses.

I kept up the pace with a deep dive into Modern Love which is must see TV.

Saturday dawned with season 2 (Dropped October 25th) of the fabulous Kominsky Method, starring Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin.

The shines a light  on the curveballs that life throws at the Hollywood duo navigating their later years.

I am halfway into the third season of Atypical which is Netflix’s coming-of-age drama about a teenager on the autistic spectrum…season 3 debuted on Friday.

Atypical is funny and powerful with a cast of amazing young actors supported by Jennifer Jason Leigh and Michael Rapaport.

I am happy to report that although I did not run yesterday’s NYC Marathon (no angel could get me through that event), I was back in the spin saddle…sore, but ready to roll with no dizzying side effects.

Bingeing on TV is addictive, but constitutes no weight gain or opioid addiction.

*photo:padailypost

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