One of my sister’s favourite things to tease me about is the lack of originality in what I watch.
It’s totally fair, because I have a nasty habit of turning on Netflix, watching things on repeat and not trying anything new. Once in a while, though, I get tired of what I’m repeating, and I actually find some other things I want to watch!
There’s been a lot of good stuff coming out lately, including some really neat Netflix originals.
So this is what I’m watching this season—and what I’m looking forward to! Continue reading “My Fall 2018 Netflix List”
The first conversation I ever had with Shane was about superheroes.
We had just met online, and of course were looking to find things in common. He told me his favourite was Batman, and I told him my favourite was Iron Man.
He brought me Batman Lego on the first date, we started playing video games together on the third date, and we’ve been together ever since. Continue reading “Struggles of a Gamer Couple”
The other day, I opened up Instagram for some early-morning browsing.
I’m really terrible at waking up, and spending some time slowly waking up with my phone in hand generally makes it easier for me.
I don’t typically see a lot of posts from Marvel, for whatever reason, but that day, I did. Continue reading “On Marvel’s Touching Tribute to Spider-Man’s Artist”
Every now and again, I get bitten by the travel bug.
And lately, my computer at work has taken to rotating through a series of beautifully tropical vacation photos on its lock screen, which really isn’t helping.
So I’ve spent a lot of this week thinking about getaways, and honestly, there are so many places I’d love to visit—both in real life, and in fantasy.
Here’s where I would travel if they were real places! Continue reading “My Fantastical Vacation: Where I’d Go If They Were Real”
You may have noticed this, but I love Marvel movies.
In fact, usually, I’m such a nut for them that I go to see them at least within a week of opening night.
Avengers: Infinity War was the exception to the rule, for a few reasons.
It was a little bit because it wasn’t quite in the budget when the movie came out, but it was mostly because emotionally, I didn’t think I was quite ready to see it. Continue reading “When Avengers Became Game of Thrones”