Oh! Oh! Look what I found early this morning. A Charles Kuralt dvd set is out. Finally.
I never did watch Charles' On The Road series while it aired on Sunday night all those years. Why? Because back then I was the good little Christian who you could always find sitting on a church bench during that hour. heh.
But probably ten years ago at our town's library I discovered one of Mr. Kuralt's videos, Unforgettable People, and I checked it out over and over until I (oh happy day) found a set of three videos at a yard sale. Oh, how inspiring to watch the woman who cooks lunch in her home for hours each weekday for her townspeople. She feels that's what she's called to do. Or the elderly farming couple who built a boat in their yard then sailed it away when he retired. Or the aging black man who keeps a garage full of bicycles for the children in his neighborhood to 'check out', as they would library books, so they can ride around after school then return the bikes at night.
I love to watch old-fashioned people who think and act outside of the box. I so need inspiration to live my own life creatively, to dance through my days to the beat of the Great Drummer and not just walk around zombie-like, as though by rote, acting or even feeling as everyone else acts and feels. We already have enough ordinary folks-- that quota is filled, I believe.
To read about this set of dvd's go to Amazon.com, here. Be sure to scroll down (keep going, keep going) to the comment which lists and briefly describes the people on the dvd's. Just reading those descriptions made me crazy-impatient to order these dvd's.
To order the dvd's, though, I found them cheaper here. (I've ordered many dvd's over the years from this website, Deepdiscount.com.)
These dvd's would be my prescription for cabin fever and the winter blues. Guaranteed.
And if you grew-up watching and loving Charles Kuralt's On The Road, you'll love this dvd, too-- Disney's America's Heart and Soul. I watch this dvd over and over, especially in wintertime to keep me inspired.