The moment of accomplishment.. the moment of utter joy is upon me because this is the last Thursday Movie Post of 2019. It’s been an incredible year and well, I’ve made through with flying colours (except that one time I posted on Friday). In all honesty, if it weren’t for this feature I don’t think my blog would have had anything going for it. This was literally the thing that saved my blog in 2019. So I’m very happy to have been apart of this and I will continue to be as long as Wandering Through The Shelves keeps hosting this monumental challenge.
We close the year with another Television Edition and this time we’re looking at rivalry! And unlike last week (where I struggled like no other), I knew all these recommendations the moment I sat down. So let’s do this!
Last week was a walk in the park – which means I had two days of work (both quite busy and long), and then a whole lot of time to spend. Most of that time was spent on books, which I’m not mad at. I also watched two shows and a movie. So, a pretty decent but a bit of a boring week.
Netflix has become like that family member who keeps showing up at family gatherings and taking the spotlight from everyone else because it’s Netflix, and that’s what Netflix does. In other words, Netflix has come out with another original show, shocker, right? And while I still haven’t finished watching 13 Reasons Why, I’ve now watched through all 10 episodes of Glow. Here are my random thoughts on the series I ended up not loving.
Another week has passed and I’m still reading Stephen King’s It – it’s my own personal horror story and I can’t seem to get out of it. It’s not that the book is bad, I enjoy it a lot, but I’m simply not sitting down to read these days. And I’m just frustrated by the fact that soon it will be a month of no work, and I’ve read almost one book total. I read more while I work 60 hours a week which is quite ironic but then again, my life is full of irony.