Happy Wednesday! This week is just flying by for me, mostly because the past two days have been very busy work days. Always makes time move faster for me.
Reading: I got the first book in the Saint Mary’s historians series! Thank you to whoever mentioned it, I am enjoying it quit a bit. And it’s fun to read something new! I mostly stick to rereading old favorites.
Watching: So much! My parents and I continue to trade off nights. My Dad picked Kiki’s Delivery Service, so I have finally watched it decades after everyone else. Anyway, it’s great! Just like everyone says! And tonight I had us try the new Queer Eye. I hadn’t watched it before either, and by golly it is just as touching and inspiring as everyone says. Also, one of the leads grew up in the town my grandfather was from! So that’s cool. Oh, and also Mentalhood and Little Things which, seriously, more of you need to see!
Thinking: Okay, does anyone have a brilliant system for not fogging up your glasses while wearing a face mask? I am fine for about half a block of dog walking, and then I get foggy and the only solution is to take the glasses all the way off, and then I can’t see in a new way. Truly, life is hard. Am I crazy or is there some kind of defogger material spray or something?
Listening: Thanks to yesterday’s numbers songs post, this is now stuck in my head. Although, who doesn’t want more Anil Kapoor?
Now, question for you! Ready for a silly question? It is “Titanic Remembrance Day”. Who among you, if any, actually LIKE the movie Titanic?
I have seen 1/3rd of Titanic (so, about twenty hours) by accident. I was flipping through channels late at night in college and I found this absolutely hilarious spoof of Titanic. It was a little over the top and too spoofy, but still awfully funny. And then I kept watching it and it slowly dawned on me that, no, this is the actual film. And then I turned it off and went to bed.
Oh, and one more thing. My co-worker’s daughter made a youtube video and is (of course) closely tracking views and likes. If you want to learn how to “make jewelry easy”, and also make an 8 year old happy, watch it!