So, I’m posting this late. And am not sure what my posting in the next month is going to be like. I’m not planning a hiatus, but right now I don’t have any posts scheduled for April. Honestly, March was a month full of upheaval – though nothing actually happened. I’ve just been thinking a lot about work and trying to adjust things in my life and finally, finally, getting some things to take that has really helped my anxiety.
That all being said, I’m in the process of trying to spend more time working and…I really, really don’t know how all you bloggers that hold down full time jobs still have the time and/or energy to blog. Kudos to you. So, I hope to get things shifted, but right now, my life is messy and I don’t know how much I’ll be posting this month.
On a side note: I cannot believe it’s already April. Where is 2019 going?
Read in March
Not a lot read this month, but at least I’m getting back into the swing of things. And all the books I tried to read turned out really well. Which is always a blessing.
What I Watched in March
I started watching Wynonna Earp and I think I made five episodes before deciding that, nope, this show isn’t for me. It’s kind of a shame, because up until that fifth episode, I was really liking the show, but they just did a couple of things that I has major problems with. One was the level of flat out torture in the episode/show – and it finally reached a point where I was having my doubts about watching anymore as it was. But then we get the kiss/sex scene between two people that have absolutely no chemistry (YMMV on that, considering everyone says they have great chemistry, but to me it was just uncomfortable) and happening at the most inappropriate time. So, yeah, stopped watching that show. (Thank you, Netflix!)
I also decided to pull the plug on Daredevil. I also watched about five episodes of it, but that was last year, and…I realized that I was watching the show for the relationship between Matt and Foggy and Karen and the lawyer bits, not the superhero parts and decided that it was time to stop. (Seriously, if this was a show about a blind lawyer and his lawyer friend and their new friend, I’d just love that show, I think. Also, the violence made me dread watching the show a little.)
I also watched about eight episodes of iZombie. While the show is fun, that’s only if you don’t look too closely at it. Let’s just say that it’s obviously got the thumbprints of Rob Thomas all over it because the same problems I had with Veronica Mars are here. Without the general awesomeness that is Kristen Bell. (It’s very white and though the main character is a pretty awesome woman, the rest of the cast/everyone truly important in her life are men, no LGBT+ rep, ect.) If you still think V. Mars is the best thing ever, you might like this show.
Finally, I actually finished season 2 of Call My Agent. It’s an odd little Netflix original from France and I mostly enjoy it. I say mostly because this season every single guy on the show behaves terribly to one or more women – usually their love interest. The women, on the other hand, are being ever more awesome.