Right now my cup is very much near the brim… I am on top of everything and there is not a lot of upset… so it has given me time to indulge in pleasures like my epic halloween costume and a television programme that passes the time wayyy to quickly… Murder, She Wrote. Murder, She Wrote is a detective programme made 1985 - 1996 with a few one of specials after that. It follows mystery novels writer, Jessica Fletcher as she scrutinises the somewhat often occurrence of a murder that happens in her life… cracking the most twisting and diverting cases with her gentle and overwhelming intellect The oddest first memory of the programme I have is the knowing and allure of sesame street being on at the same time whilst I was younger… as in toddler… before I started attending education… but always choosing to watch Angela Lansbury (Jessica Fletcher) instead… I was an odd but epic child. The lesson from this I love the most is the way she always goes the extra mile… she doesn’t settle for the face value of things… she’s aware of everything, she questions everything to the very end so you have it’s naked truth. And this is something that should be applied in our own lives. Too often do we just settle with flimsy reasons for peoples actions… too often do we ever question why someone chooses to act in a certain way… when motive is the fuel that drives that car of any action. If your sitting at a bar… and a man approaches you… its flattering but why…. what surged him the bravery to make the move… is it desperation… is it physical… how long has he been drumming up the courage…. what does he want?!? And not just question other people… more so question your own actions… why do you want something… why does something make me feel this way… this is where J Fletcher really has to come out in us for if we simply take our own actions at face value… how can we truly know ourselves and mend the broken cogs that tick within. As a side note…. my ringtone for my mobile is that that glorious orchestration involving a typewriter… the theme from the opening credits of Murder, She Wrote! The aim of this note isn’t to turn out a nation of Jessica Fletchers… as appealing to me as that sounds… it’s just to take a deeper look… for your own clarity… cause as the titanic found out… things are never as they appear on the surface.