An Echo Please… An Echo?
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As we have been on self-isolation for the last two weeks, I have had the opportunity to catch up on my reality TV. I’ve also read books, played games with the family, watched my way through Netflix, and walked the dog. I will do a book report next week, but first I have a very real need to get something off my chest.
“I need an echo!”
She needs an echo?
Yes. I have been particularly glued to the series, The Curse of Oak Island. For those of you who don’t know it, it is a treasure hunting show on the History channel (I know… History channel?! Who am I?) They are literally digging for buried treasure on an island in Nova Scotia called–wait for it–Oak Island.
Templars. Flood tunnels. Booby Traps. Oh my.
With episode titles like Bromancing the Stones, Things That Go Bump, and Surely Templar, the writing on this show is what keeps me coming back. It isn’t the number of spikes they find or the wood they unearth for sure. Writing on a reality show? Surely you jest?
No. There is writing and it is top-pocket-find awesome (If you are a Gary fan, you get me here). I tried to analyze why I love the show and this was what I discovered when I dug down deep.
“I love the echo.”
She loves the echo?
Yes, I love that whenever something amazing happens, an omnipotent announcer comes on and talks about the mystery they have uncovered. He starts every statement by repeating something we just heard but in the interrogative form and I laugh every time. Let me illustrate.
“I just found an extra hand sanitizer in my spring coat!”
She just found an extra hand sanitizer? Could this lead to more being found in other outerwear? What will she find next? $20? A lip balm from 1997?
Right?! Wouldn’t it be lovely to have a narrator for our life’s little victories making everything sound that much more important?
“I’m so happy to be clearing out our freezer.”
Clearing out her freezer? Can a delicious treasure be lying under those bean and cheese burritos?
“I’m out of underwear. I should probably do laundry.”
She’s out of underwear? Could this be the laundry breakthrough the family has been waiting for?
“Try and tell me that it doesn’t sound like my days in isolation are better with an echo?”
An echo–in isolation? Could this be the secret to getting through these dark days?
Maybe. Just maybe. Or watch this series if you can get it… you can thank me in two weeks. Stay healthy!
Are you healthy and safe? Are you isolating? How are you getting through COVID 19? What would your echo sound like?
Healthy and safe? Isolating? Echo? Could this be the curse talking or is there a hidden message that only you can help find?
Next week (pause) on Adulting In Progress… Kristine uncovers the secrets of three books. One she treasured. One that had her wondering “why the hype.” And one she wishes she had never found.