I tried for a real post today, or at least not a completely foolish one, but I sat here typing and backspacing out. So I wrote the following, and I’m going to call it a Tired Tuesday post. Sorry, folks. I’ll try not to Wuss-out on Wednesday.
When all else fails, look for pictures from old monster movies. I guess the above is more a horror flick than a monster movie, but you now I adore alliteration (see what I did there?). The above picture is from The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920), a pretty trippy silent movie. I think I need to watch it again soon. It might be problematic, though, because in general, I only watch silent movies while running in place on the mini-tramp. If I try to knit or crochet, I can’t keep my eyes on the screen, which is kind of essential when there is no dialog.
Here’s two monsters, one on the cover, one looking at the magazine, and the word “MONSTERS” on the magazine! A perfect picture for a monster post. If only this was a Monday, my alliterative cup would overflow.
As I looked through my Media Library, I saw The Brain that Wouldn’t Die (1962). Only I didn’t want a picture of Jan in a pan; I wanted the monster. I found the above on Dracula’s House of Halloween, one of my favorite Facebook pages.
The best thing to do on a foolish post is to keep it short. I just passed 250 words and shared three pictures. Let’s call it a day.