Did you guys know I'm pregnant? Yes, I am, in case you missed it in every single one of my previous posts for the last 2 weeks. If you haven't noticed, I like talking/writing about the pregnancy and can somehow relate this pregnancy back to everything, including television shows and how the shows I watch are causing me to have those psycho crazy dreams that one only has when you have the flu or are with child.
I promise that soon, as in next week, I will start talking about other things besides this pregnancy and may even have an amazing DIY project (or 2) to share with you that is not pregnancy or baby related. Yes, it's true, I am hard at work this week on creating about 10 DIY's (psst, hint: NEON yo!) to post next week between this blog and my other blog, which is leaving me minimal time to think of really fascinating subjects to write about besides, well, this pregnancy.
The Walking Dead on AMC and/or Doomsday Preppers on NatGeo? Well I watch both. And it's screwing with my brain. For the last week I've been having those crazy dreams where you can't tell the difference between your dream and real life. They haven't really been nightmare like, just creepy and unsettling. Last night I dreamed we were sitting in a cafe trying to act like the world was not coming to an end, when a few zombies walked in ready to attack. We casually helped the waiter kill them with a broom and a chair and then we all went back to our business.
28 Days Later, I Am Legend and of course Night of the Living Dead are my favorites). I do in fact think that something along the lines of Contagion could happen, and of course the uber creepy Children of Men, while may not be likely, is a shit scary concept if you ask me.
Day After on November 20, 1983 I have been hooked. By the way, I was 7 years old when that show aired and I saw it. Seven! Why on earth I was allowed to watch a show about nuclear war at 7 is beyond me, but that's besides the point.
Overall he sits and mocks these people that prep and plan every spare moment of their day. But last night as we were watching the season finale of The Walking Dead, and the group got split up during a zombie swarm, he turned to me and in all seriousness said "See, they didn't have a bug out plan. They should have had a bug out plan so they could be prepared in an event like this."
And just like that, boom! Fiction collides with reality. I guess someone was paying attention after all.
Do any of you watch these shows or is it just me? You guys think I'm completely nuts right?
images 1-3 via AMC; images 4-5 via National Geographic Channel