LIST OF NEWSWORTHY
|The 100: The obsession is real // Iced tea ’cause tea is important // Keeping up with PopSugar reading challenge // From the day I started learning how to drive|
And Now We Wait
My mother has been going through dialysis twice a week since December 2013 and while, it’s not the best situation to be in, I’m extremely grateful it’s not worse. Good news is that she’s up for transplant sometime in February, so January was spent figuring out what tests to get done and taking care of her. I hope everything goes well as it’s pretty daunting.
More Like Driving Rage
Sure, I’ve driven a car before but I never learned how to. The first few times I drove one, I hated the amount of work it all takes! I just thinks it takes a lot of attention to not die and I’m already doing that by living. However, I’m pretty determined to learn and I damn well, will.
I binge-watched The 100 till its mid-finale of the second season in December and I survived. Mainly because I lowered my expectations so much going in, that I was all meh during the first season. (Also, the first few episodes are total garbage). The second season got infinitesimally better and the mid-season finale shocked me. But then even before January 21st rolled around, my life became all about the 100 because of the promos and clips. The 100 fucked me up so bad, I don’t think there’s a show I love more. Cannot recommend enough.
Let’s Chat Feels and Books
I joined a couple of group chats with the #The100kru and one with Aditi, Asti, Crini and Mel. And oh, there’s another one I’m in with the participants of PopSugar 2015 reading challenge (re: Crini, Elaine, Lillian and Jo). I love it because so many bookish talks. Heaven.
|Look at that face! (´∀｀)♡|
I finally caught up on Orphan Black because Eve made me and damn, I love it so much more now. Also, shipping Hesse like anything.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine is right there with The Big Bang Theory when it comes to comedy shows.
I also started watching Hindsight and probably won’t continue, ha.
The 100 took over my life and damn that show. Much devastation, most tears.
As much as I like parallels to flashbacks in Arrow, I think the show is currently a bit lacking.
Suits return was perfect. So many feelings.
How to Get Away with Murder came back after a break and it’s better than ever. Can I have more Coliver, please?
I gave up on The Vampire Diaries but then Elaine gave me an idea of a fast-forward watch. Damn that plot. Such garbage, much eye-rolling. All I really like now are Steroline scenes but I don’t ship them together yet. Le sigh.
I’m now surprised I even watch movies any more.
|So f i e r c e!|
Lucy (8/10) – I really, really liked the concept and I think it was pretty well executed. Action-packed and highly engrossing despite being a bit cheesy.
I didn’t try out any new apps this month except one.
|Spotify because music is important, okay.|
LIST OF READS
|First favorite this year // Steelheart stole my heart // The Conspiracy of Us is just amazing|
Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli
Rebound by Noelle August
Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson
The Conspiracy of Us by Maggie Hall
Nimona by Noelle Stevenson
A Wicked Heart by Rhiannon Thomas
LIST OF BLOGPOSTS
I posted my review of Avalon by Mindee Arnett.
I posted a thing I wrote about goal phobia featuring Crimes Against Hugh’s Manatees cartoon art.
I posted my review Boomerang by Noelle August.
I posted my review of Sovereign, Volume 1 by Chris Roberson and Paul Maybury.
I posted my review of The Conspiracy of Us by Maggie Hall.
I posted a top ten Tuesday list of 2014’s top 15 new-tom-me authors.
LIST OF BOOK BUYS
Harry Potter box set by JK Rowling
The Conspiracy of Us by Maggie Hall
Seraphina by Rachel Hartman
Shadow Scale by Rachel Hartman (Yay, so glad I snagged it when it was Read Now on NetGalley)
|Leighton Meester is back and fabulous! // Forever in love with Fall Out Boy // OOO AAA is amazing and all hail Sandra ’cause she discovered it|