Originally posted 2015-12-23 16:12:53. Being an adult isn’t always fun. Sometimes, you just want to have a blanket fort and watch cartoons all day long. Sadly, this past week, only 1h22m was devoted to animation of any kind, and alas, no forts were made. But… I did manage to learn a few other things in…

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Originally posted 2015-11-29 14:55:43. (Note: I started hand writing this November 26, so I figured you should know that fact heading into this week’s review. I was a bit tuckered out by the end of the day, as you’ll soon find out.) You’d think after typing for eight hours straight and writing over 10,000 words…

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Originally posted 2015-11-23 17:13:11. High above the land below (nine stories up to be precise), sits a nefarious creature, bent on the self destruction and ill shenanigans that only that creature could manipulate. It is a lair fit for few brave intrepid souls, and a couple of furry beasts. The heroine of our story, is…

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Originally posted 2015-11-06 12:55:22. It’s been a crazy week. Crazy AWESOME! But I should back up, because I really want you to understand WHY it’s so utterly gobsmackingly fantasticalistically chalked full of woohooohooo’s and *splorts* and O.M.F.S.M. moments. Last year at this time, I was in a pretty bad situation. I had taken a room…

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Originally posted 2015-10-07 02:06:14. I got to sleep in this morning for an extra hour. We had to buy a duvet during the week, as it turned bitterly cold, thanks to the pre-storm to Hurricane Joaquin. The cold weather affects the hubs intensely now, since his chemotherapy and oxaliplatin (the cancer meds that made him…

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Originally posted 2015-10-03 05:00:32. This past week was a shorter one, as the kick-off for the new #100days started on Wednesday. Still, I had a crazy busy week. A visit from a girlfriend who I hadn’t seen in exactly 5 months (minus a day), and another who was around almost daily during my “hibernation” in…

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Episode 1: The River’s Edge The show starts with (who we will soon realise is Jughead*) narrating the entire story, which makes me so delighted from the start. * Juggie was my favourite character, and Cole Sprouse does NOT disappoint in this role. He steps up and takes this character by the crowned beanie tips,…

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When I was little, I was allowed to read one comic series. ONE. The rule maker in the house didn’t know I had secret copies of X-Men and Casper and other happy reads, but I will say I have quite the fondness for the group of characters who called Riverdale their home. Archie comics have…

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So the news broke just over twenty-four hours ago that the newest regeneration of the Doctor is going to be a woman. The internet has broken itself into three main factions: Those who are good with this change. (<<< I cried at the fantasticnessity of this reveal and am so so so excited for the…

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Kiss Kill Marry So, I’m over in Ireland now, but I figured I’d wrap my time up on here with my all time favourite French writer: Alexandre Dumas. Yes, I realise everyone’s heard of The Three Musketeers, but there’s more to him than just that and The Man in the Iron Mask. The Count of…

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So, last week, I gave you the starting craziness of Hugfest2017 in Gatwick. Week 1 finished pretty awesomely, with Canada’s 150th birthday being celebrated in Manchester! My first official Hugfest Hug was from Lucy on June 29th, 2017. I need this day to sit in my heart forever, because it was a pretty epic hug….

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Show: GLOW – Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling Where to find it: Netflix My Rating: Solid 7.5/10 Genre: Historical Comedy Drama Action Reality I’m not even sure if it’d be classed as PG-13? R? I’ll rate it HBO, how’s that? If you let your kids watch Game of Thrones, this shit will be tame in comparison….

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Oh the Nostalgia I’m still in France!! Whatever shall I write about reading now? Let’s see… how about a fun French book! Perhaps this time, I should choose Anias Nin, or Alexandar Dumas, or Victor Hugo.   Let me just bring you up to speed on how much I love these authors. Nin was one…

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