Fangirls it has been a minute since I’ve been to my birth state, but last weekend I went up to NYC to hang out and see each other. Admittedly, it wasn’t nearly enough time, but we had a blast while we were there. Also, I’ve been to NYC numerous times as a child and teenager, but never spent much time there as an adult (it’s expensive as heck, man). So I’ve seen a good amount of NYC during the day, but getting to walk around at night was wonderful. One of the things that there are an overwhelming number of options with, is food. So I thought I’d share some of the food we ate!
A friend of mine gave me a big long list of delicious apps for me to devour, and City 2048 was the first one I tried out. Needless to say, I haven’t made it any further down the list yet. This game is so simple, and actually has so little for you to do, yet it’s ever so enticing.
I don’t watch a lot of television, Fangirls. There’s not a lot of shows that are up my alley. However, there’s this beautiful thing called Sonic Highways, and I’m pretty darn obsessed with it. I know it’s not an artist, but this show is so good, and gives you so much information on music & musicians, that it was only right to talk about it today.
While perusing the library the other day for something Bat-tastic, I discovered something both unknown and unexpected. In the early 2000’s, a television series was made, only one season unfortunately, about the Birds of Prey. Well, sort of.
Greetings, Fangirls! This past weekend, Emily & I went to see Godzilla. I didn’t really have any expectations set for the movie, and I didn’t have anything to compare it to. I went in with my mind a total blank slate, just looking to watch a movie. And it didn’t go that much farther.
Fangirls, as I’m sure you’ve also experienced, it’s annoying to have to worry about your own safety. As women, we are aimed at more often, usually being seen as more weak, and some how having our gender being like some big target. It shouldn’t be so, but unfortunately, we have to be prepared because it is. Read More »