Alright Fangirls, it’s the last Friday before I leave. While there are some last minute things that aren’t packed yet, I have a pretty final idea of what is coming with my for my trip to NY and then overseas. I think I’ve packed pretty reasonably, and am honestly proud of how little I’m taking. When I was younger, I went to Europe for 3 weeks and had a full size suitcase, a carry on, and a personal bag all stuffed to the brim. Things are different this time.
For this month I’m going to be sharing what I’ve done, packing – wise to prepare for my trip to Ireland and England. Since toiletries are the the easiest to pack early (even makeup!), I thought it best to start with them.
This book had been sitting waiting for me to read it for a while now. And I’m happy to say that I spent a beautiful day relaxing outside reading just about the last half of the book. And boy do I wish there was more.
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.
In case you all haven’t heard yet, J.K. Rowling is writing a new play in the world of Harry Potter called Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Not much is known about this, except that it for sure is not a prequel in any way BUT it will deal with the past of the Potter family, but nonetheless Harry Potter fans, like myself, are incredibly excited.