Happy Wednesday! I don’t know about you, but I am ready for the weekend already. Mostly because I get to see War again on Friday, which will make me very very happy.
Reading: Nothing! I’m having one of those dead brain weeks when I can’t seem to read anything. Oh, except for SRK’s “Ask SRK” tweet series surprise yesterday. That was fun!
Thinking: Should I flip my apartment? Currently the little room just off the kitchen is my cozy hang out TV room, and the big room by the front door is where I have the dining room table (and piano and pedal sewing machine and antique desk. My relatives have got to stop dying and leaving me large heavy furniture!). But I could flip it and have more space for the sofa and chair and stuff by making the big room into the living room. And then I could enjoy the bay window too. But then I would lose the coziness of the little kitchen room. I just don’t know! Oh, and this would also involve moving all of my thousand pound furniture, so maybe not worth it?
Watching: I finally watched Scarface! Not the weird new one, the real one from the 30s. It is quite quite good, and very disturbing. And I am super proud of my film viewer cred for watching it. In other news, I am almost done with the Lewis mystery series, and am considering starting either Endeavor or Poldark. For those of you who have seen both, what’s your vote?
Also, of course, the SRK Netflix series announcement, yaaaaaay! I’m gonna be up soooooooo late on the 24th. Oh well.
Listening: Obviously the War soundtrack over and over and over again. Because it is the BEST.
Question for you: Okay, you know the moment when Tiger first sees Hrithik in War and it is so emotional and passion filled that you have to look away from the raw emotion on their faces because it almost feels to intimate? Or, for a classic example, you know the Gazebo scene in KKHH? What times have you had to look away from the screen because the moment between the characters felt too private to watch?
For example, another moment that felt like too much to watch is when Hrithik starts singing in this song: