My favorite days within and around my work day or night schedules have always been payday and my days off. Those days to enjoy the rewards of labor, and to relax in comfort.
I love having my space and reveling within my natural confidence and independence.
I am a loner who is never lonely.
As I love to be alone I don’t need, or desire, the constant company of others.
I love my food and living the very healthy lifestyle I’ve lived since my early youth. I love my entertainment and individual recreational preferences.
Yesterday I made two delicious vegan vanilla milkshakes and popped yummy🍿white popcorn kernels.
I watched an old episode of “The Virginian”, one of my old favorite classic television shows.
I then watched a good suspense flick.
Later on within the evening, around eight o’clock p.m., I was all set to watch my Sunday night noirs.
I started off with a black and white film titled “Please Murder Me”, a 1956 movie which starred Angela Lansbury and Raymond Burr, the film was great.
I tried my hardest to stay up to view the following noirs, however, as I laid propped so comfortably upon a pillow I fell fast asleep into the clutches of a much needed long rest.
When I first heard this past Friday that Peter Fonda died I immediately said to myself “Aw”, and I thought about how great a role he played in my favorite cult film classic Race With The Devil.
The movie came out in 1975 the year I was born.
I became aware of the movie in the early 1980’s and had always remembered the film. It was so well acted and entertaining, and till this day, in my opinion, still holds up and maintains its thrill.
There was nothing corny or phony about the movie.
I literally searched to view Race With The Devil again during my adulthood a few years ago. I didn’t stop until I found out where to get the film and I watched it twice in one night.
A relative and I enjoyed the flick to the fullest.
The entire cast did a fine job portraying the eerie characters in which they did throughout every scene and it was one of those cult movies with legitimate storyline and a haunting appeal. Hollywood doesn’t make films of this quality anymore.
I’m so glad I grew up within a time where I could appreciate such a terrific classic that I’ll continue to love and never forget.
I also enjoyed a 1966 film titled The Chase which starred Peter Fonda’s sister Jane Fonda along with Marlon Brando, Angie Dickinson, Robert Duvall, Robert Redford, and E.G. Marshall.
I love old classic flims.