Signed, Sealed, Delivered

How does someone of age 76 and a little technically challenged appeal to others to try something that might be just a little technically challenging?  I confess, I don’t know, but I have this desire to try.  If I have not peeked your curiosity at this point, just scroll on and pay no attention to the me or the following:

Kathleen and I have spent the first half of this month binge watching a made for television series with 11 first season episodes, and then 11 more episodes that are not part of the series but were produced following an insatiable demand by the public for more.  Now, understand that these were not done yesterday but rather back around 2014 or so.  In addition they were all done for and produced for the Hallmark Channel.  I know, boring, you think.  No Sex scenes, probably pitted deep with intrigue, perhaps a tearjerker or two, love triangles, etc, etc, etc,.  You would be right.

The 22 episodes are titled, “Signed, Sealed, and Delivered”.  They are currently being shown on “Amazon Prime” and are free to watch until Jan. 31st, when I believe they will begin charging to at least watch the last 11 episodes.

My purpose for bringing this to your attention is to try and encourage anyone with a Prime Amazon Membership, a smart capable television, and the technical savvy to accomplish accessing them, to do so if you can.  I promise you, if you can get through the first three episodes of the series and then not desire to binge watch the remaining 19.  I will “eat my shirt”.  Well not really, but you get my meaning.  Those of you that neither have Prime, nor a smart capable television, or the savvy to pull it off, if you can locate this series of 22 episodes anywhere, even if you had to pay $100.00 per episode, I would recommend them highly. 

The four characters featured in each episode’s lives intertwine.  They are Oliver, Norman, Rita, and Shane.  There is a story within a story in each episode.  One of the stories is, what these four have to solve, the other story is what happens with each of their lives going forward with each episode.  I promise you, it is,  ( well, I don’t even know how to describe it ) one heck of a lot to absorb as it pulls you from one episode to the next.  I challenge you to watch all episodes.  You will not be disappointed.  I promise.

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