Happy Wednesday! Halfway through the week, 4 more days until my sister is back from India and my sleep schedule gets normal again. Coffee is almost the same as sleep, right? Anyway, it does mean that I’ve been getting a lot of blogging down, so that’s something. Many pre-scheduled posts for the next few weeks have been finished.
This is the post where we all generally talk about the movies we have been watching, and interesting articles we read, and anything else that we want to talk about. I’ll start!
After seeing 12 apartments, I found my perfect one that fits all my incredibly specific and picky requirements. Including being in the exact 4 block radius I picked out, which means I am now, finally, walking distance from the movie stores! Yaaaaay! My dream since college! I’m moving into that place in a week and a half, but I am moving out of my current apartment on Sunday and into my parents’ place. This is my moving system, I have everything I really really need in a suitcase at my parents, and then I can just put everything still at my place in boxes without thinking “will I want this or not?” Plus, I can eat my parents’ food and use their dishes and all of that. So, that’s the majority of what I can handle in my life right now.
But in the tiny minority of my life, I am still reading and watching stuff. Murder She Wrote continues to be the perfect packing viewing. Just let it play in the background, and tape up boxes until Jessica Fletcher is ready to identify the murderer. And tonight I am either going to make yet another person watch Running Shaadi, or else take yet another person to Bahubali 2, depending on how packed versus usable my apartment is. Oh, and I missed seeing both Sarkar 3 and Mere Pyaari Bindu, because the showtimes were impossible, and anyway I had to pack.
And I am now 50% through Memoirs of a Thug/Thugs of Hindostan! It continues to be very very Victorian. But I think I’ve got time to finish it, filming isn’t even going to start until July 1, so I’ve got like a year before the film itself is released. Surely I can manage to trudge my way through it somehow in the next 12 months.