Do you believe in Superstitions?
I am not really superstitious.
I remember when I was little, my grandmother was very superstitious. If a black cat crossed in front of our moving car, she would make an "X" in the air to "cross out the bad luck" I remember thinking it was funny. I also remember her being very real about it and not thinking it was funny. Some other things I remember is not opening an umbrella in the house and not walking under a ladder.
I do remember spending a lot of time as a kid either trying to step on a crack or not stepping on crack depending on if I was mad at my mom at the time. LOL. You have to remember that game " Step on a crack and break your mothers back" The game came a halt one day when a friend of mine stepped on a crack and that afternoon her mom hurt her back. Looking back on as an adult I see where the two had nothing to do with the other but as a kid it scared me to death.
I was given the chance to watch the preview of AMC's newest original drama series "Rubicon" which debuts on Sunday August 1st with a special two hour premiere from 8-10 pm ET. Rubicon is a thriller for anyone who loves mystery and action shows. It is based in New York and follows an analyst who finds out no.thing is what it seems in his attempt to figure out what to do next. He is surrounded by quirky, superstitious co-works that are very intelligent. They work to solve "codes" found in places you would never expect to find a code. There are so many superstitions in this show. The one that got my attention was the one where you are not suppose to let a broom touch your foot. You will have to watch to see what is suppose to happen when you a broom touches your foot. Can't give everything away now!!
I liked the show and will be setting my DVR to record since Sunday nights are kinda busy at my house. I love being able to record shows to watch when I need some Mommy time.