‘Allo!

Hey everybody, I’m still here. Just in a kind of hiatus while life happens to me.

I had a really nice and quiet Christmas with the fam. I got some smart, practical gifts, like a muscle warmer for my back, and some gifts I have no idea what to do with. For some reason my family members all got me food gift cards. Don’t get me wrong, I’m definitely gonna use them, but it’s puzzling, since I never mentioned liking any of these restaurants to them. I went to my sister’s Xmas party, and I’m not a party type person, so that was remarkable for me. I didn’t do anything but eat, play with my niece’s and nephew’s toys, and watch a movie about Tina Turner  with my Mom,  while trying to avoid getting our pictures taken, and failing.

New Year’s Day was really nice. The night of I got to watch some fireworks over my house, because the neighbor had some left over from Independence Day, I guess. That was kinda cool. I drank some sparkling grape juice and fell asleep. I’m a party animal.

In the Southern part of the US, its traditional to eat a mess ‘o black eyed peas on New Year’s Day. I had mine with neckbones and cornbread, so I’ve done my duty. I made only one resolution this year, to knit my first sweater. (Top down, and in the round, for you knitters out there!) I haven’t picked out a yarn or a color yet. I’m spoiled though and want the good wool yarn, and the good wool yarn is moderately expensive. I’m looking more closely at some Lion Brand, though.

I’ve got some interesting posts coming up about movie landscapes as characters, the depiction of greed in  the movie Fargo, my ten favorite characters of 2018, and scifi movies that tackle memory and identity. Plus the usual show and movie reviews. There are some things I won’t be reviewing anymore, like The Walking Dead, and Supernatural, although I will still be watching both these shows, and there are some shows I most definitely will be reviewing in their entirety this year, namely season two of American Gods, starting in March. Some shows I’m still on the fence about reviewing, like The Passage. I want to focus more on long form essays this year, as you guys seem to really those. Apparently, the weird way in which my mind parses the world is fascinating to some of y’all.

Glass will be released on Jan. 18th and I will be going to see that at the theater, and I’ll let you know what’s up. With the release of more trailers, I’m beginning to get slightly more excited for Captain Marvel, but not too much. I’m just not feeling it like that. I’m more excited by her appearance in The Avengers sequel (if she’s in there) than her standalone film, because I really want to see her go up against Thanos. I’m interested in going to see the new Hellboy. I’m hoping my Mom and sisters don’t make me go see the new Medea movie. I don’t hate the Medea movies, but they’re really not my cup of tea.

Ta Ta for now.

I will be back later in the week with some stuff!

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2 thoughts on “‘Allo!

  1. Mary Burrell

    Happy 2019 Black Eyed Peas, Neckbones and Cornbread. Yummy. My coworker/friend knitted me beautiful scarf out of some kind of sparkly yarn and it’s so warm.

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