Fangirls and boys, I don’t know about you, but I struggle with not feeling like a bother to my friends and family. I don’t know why it’s such a constant (other than the anxiety and depression), but its a serious issue.
Fangirls, not only do I refuse to stop purchasing nail products, I honestly don’t think I can stop. I have a drawer full of nail polish (many duplicates), and I continue to buy more. And now that I know about, and kind of understand nail wraps, I keep buying those too. I had my boy (who has Amazon Prime, praise) order me some cute space themed nail wraps from NAC (Nail Art Club Inc), by way of Amazon. I love shopping with Amazon Prime because I get my stuff the next day, which is wonderful since I’m the least patient person on the planet. So I got my cute space nail wraps, and squealed a bunch over how cute they were. Then I got down to business, and applied the little dudes.
Fangirls….fangirls….the new trailer for Captain America Civil War is out. It’s just under two months until this movie is released and a new trailer just came out for it. I’ve already watched it multiple times, so let’s discuss it, shall we?
There are some books, Fangirls, that are fabulous and beautiful. There are some that are not as wonderful. Books have so many categories, made entirely personally by book lovers. Paula Hawkins’ The Girl on the Train to me falls under predictable but so compelling.
It’s February, time to get romantic! If your idea of romance is to go around killing people to impress the woman you think is pretty neat, then our next villain might just be the guy for you! Erik Destler is the name given to the horribly disfigured physically and emotionally version of the Phantom in the 1989 movie The Phantom of the Opera.
Fangirls, we lost a great one. I was having trouble falling asleep last night when I decided to open my computer up and stream some Netflix to lull me to sleep. Instead what I came across was an article announcing the passing of David Bowie, a music icon, fashion powerhouse and everyone’s favorite Goblin King. I stared at the screen convinced it was a hoax and quickly googled for confirmation. Sadly, it was true and this legend has left us at the age of sixty-nine after an eighteen month battle with cancer surrounded by his family.
With the release of the highly anticipated Star Wars: The Force Awakens there’s been a lot of excitement (understatement) about continuing the Star Wars franchise. Picking up where the original three movies left off, the new Star Wars introduced a whole new cast of characters to fall in love with and new story lines to unfold in front of our eyes. There’s a whole generation about to fall in love with Star Wars all over again, and as a lifelong Star Wars nut, it’s really exciting. However there are some out there, I’m sure you’ve seen them, who aren’t so excited for the new Star Wars movies. They’re on your social media pages talking about how they don’t care about Star Wars or have never seen the movies or find it weird that people can be so excited about it. Well this article is dedicated to those people. Sit on down children, I’m about to tell you why Star Wars is so important.