March is coming to an end and it’s been a month of stories on highliers (plus points if you get the reference!) and Alzheimer’s. I wish I could say a lot of delicious naps but the weekends so far have been spent outside my batcave so there is that. I need about three months’s worth of weekends to recuperate from all those times I went out and about. Didn’t you know? 345 naps a day keeps the doctor away. But here, let me recap March (so far):Continue reading “Thursday notes”
Turns out I’m still blogging… Who knew, right? What with my last post, which had been spotted at 1898. I would just like to take this moment (and steal a bit of your time — heh!) to let you know that:
“Memories of the Alhambra” has my heart and soul and tears and HERE TAKE THEM.
** WARNING: Next paragraph contains a major spoiler.Continue reading “Thursday is my favorite day of the workweek”
Ironically enough, it’s also my birth month. WHAT’S UP, UNIVERSE????
It’s been one hell of a month, that July. Whew! But let’s not focus on my three hospital trips. Go on and sit down, Bob and Becky. This is that time where I talk to you about what made July traumatizing yet awesome because:
- Stephen King book
- “Come and Hug Me”
While I only managed to read four books last month (I need to update my Goodreads account, yes?), it was a good month in Booknerd Kingdom. I barely crawled out of my room, let alone my house to finish gobbling up wonderful, wonderful works of fiction. The last book I read for July was “Pet Sematary” by Stephen King and while my nerves were all fried up, it was an awesome read nonetheless.
Meanwhile, it’s in the land of Kdrama Fever was where I laid low. I stopped binge-watching them and instead focused on finishing just one. I chose “Come and Hug Me” and dropped “Why Secretary Kim” and paused on “Master in the House.” (The latter is not really a kdrama but a kshow, though.) What is it about “Come and Hug Me” that made me continue to watch it? Oh dear… All the tension and nail-biting moments on that one!