It was a Ladies Who Lunch day on Friday. Six of us met in a Target parking lot and carpooled to a small town about 30 miles south of Fresno to have really good Mexican food and even better conversation. We sat around the table for over three hours talking about all sorts of subjects.
One topic that had more than one of the gals ranting is cable tv prices. The rates just keep increasing and it’s hard to get a real person on the phone to talk about options. I had little to offer because we have never paid for tv programming.
We have an antenna and still manage to have more tv to watch than we have time for. Terry sets up a recorder for programs that will run late in the evening. We spend a couple of hours watching previously recorded programs each night. I can only handle about two hours at a time so we always have plenty to watch.
The discussion at lunch turned to the actual tv, and I said we have a 21-year old tv. One of the gals jokingly asked, “is it just black and white?”
It gets color but it’s not large. Nor is it high definition. However, it still works and until it dies, we will keep watching it. After I got home, and was watching the news, I took this picture and texted it to my friends with the note, “see, I do get color on the 21 year-old tv.”