So it’s another bad blogging week. Sue me. I’ll work on having some Mohawk Valley adventures this weekend and go for a better week next time. That is the beauty of blogging: you can try again tomorrow. The fact is, although I am feeling better than yesterday, the lightheadedness that plagues me continues to do so (my computer seems to think that lightheadedness is not word, but if lightheaded is, why not lightheadedness? Discuss among yourselves).
This is from The Walking Dead (1936). It was posted by a Facebook page I Like, B-Movie Mania, and I said, “Ooh, that’s me!”
And that’s about all I have for this week’s Non-Sequitur Thursday post. However, I can’t let it end here. There must be other pictures that are appropriate. Let me look.
Here’s a haunted look, if you like. It’s that guy from House on Haunted Hill (1959), produced and directed by my beloved William Castle. That actor was also in Rosemary’s Baby (1968), which was produced but not directed by Castle. Whenever I refer to him as merely “Castle,” I flash on the Nathan Fillon television show. I loved that show, especially the divine Susan Sullivan.
I may have crossed a line myself, blog-wise. No matter. I’m over 200 words. Once I think of a title, I have a blog post. Happy Thursday, everyone.