It has been a while and it will be a long time until I’m actually able to write a proper post this Summer. Though I expected the my internship to be busy, I did not expect things like 7-day shifts and those days off when you feel like doing absolutely nothing. Today is one of those days, not working but there’s no motivation for almost anything than just trying to write a letter to my grandparents, putting down TV-show thoughts (I’m sorry) and updating on my latest happenings in this mountain surrounded rainy place called Mayo county.
Since I’ve been taking the summer schedule thing way too seriously by not posting at all, I thought I’d give you guys a taste of what’s keeping me from staying indoors – the beautiful scenery all around me! It’s not that I don’t want to post reviews and stuff, it’s just that I can’t seem to find the time to do so. Same goes for reading/commenting your posts which seem to be coming in more frequently than ever, I’m a bit disappointed at myself about that as well but I’ll make it up to all of you with a few pretty photos.
Using the word summer might be a bit rushed, since it starts on June 21st, but I always associate school breaks with summer – and school basically ends in May. Never mind the fact that I’m currently not even going to school; I’m sticking with summer starts when June starts. Or in my case, my internship begins.
I never thought this would happen but I’m in a serious need to update on news in the middle of the week because there’s just too much! First off, the Lammy’s are almost over, secondly, a lot of shows have wrapped up and last but not least, many new fall schedule shows are already making me anxious. So buckle up, it’s going to be a post with a lot of feel(ing)s!
With my vast knowledge of John Green through his YouTube channel VlogBrothers, which he runs together with his brother, I was 100% certain I was going to like The Fault in Our Stars. My assumptions were not misleading – the book was exactly what it promised to be – funny, sad, hilarious and a-cry-fest! I’m not sure about you, but I consider the book to be amazing when it manages to make you cry through the tears caused by the tragedy of the story.
Though this list should have worked better in January I can’t really say I was looking forward of seeing any movies throughout January to April, so the timing is actually perfect. I put them in order of my own anticipation and not the actual release dates because it seemed more interesting.
Here it is guys, My Top 50 Favorite Movies part 2 (25-1) – the cremé de la cremé of movies that are special to me AND this is my 500th post on this blog! That pretty much says everything I have to say, but I want to add that: thank you all for reading because that keeps me writing!
This post is almost like an introduction to the actual 500th post which will be the second and final part of this Top 50 scheduled for next Wednesday.
Before you continue looking at this post, remember, THIS WAS THE MOST DIFFICULT THING I’VE EVER DONE! Seriously! Lists and actually prioritizing things into an order is literally painful for me and therefore this list might not be 100% accurate! It was some what based on multiple facts, mostly the factor of re-watching and the point that I mostly went with newer movies. I’ve re-watched most of the movies in this list, some multiple times, and I love them.
Now, enjoy this part 1 of my Top 50 favorite movies as it was a pain in the ass to actually put together – but I did it all for you, guys!