Fangirls, let me tell you something; I love sketch comedy. I didn’t realize I harbored such an intense love of it until the past year or so, but since then, I’ve been following a group called Aunty Donna. Aunty Donna is an Australian sketch comedy trio who I can’t get enough of, and this past weekend, I got to see them live.
It’s kind of rare that I read adult fiction. I am someone who tends to enjoy young adult fiction, and high fantasy. But Crazy Rich Asians is a book with a lot of buzz around it, and with a movie coming out, I decided to check it out.
Getting back to the incredible pile of unused lush products, I tried out the Windmill Bubble Bar the other day! I was a bit nervous about it; I didn’t have the best time with the fidget spinner (for show, anyways) and I was worried this would disappoint in the same way.
h my goodness, Fangirls. I was lent Caraval by a coworker who shares my love of books, and I sped through it! I’m going to stay as spoiler free as possible, but know that you should be reading this.
THIS WILL BE A SPOILER FREE REVIEW, DO NOT FEAR
It happened. Ten years of building up to the biggest showdown in the universe and it’s finally here. Avengers Infinity War opened on Thursday night, and you can bet very easily that I was there for the earliest showing possible. I sat there, two and a half hours of movie, and I spent those two and a half hours going through a roller coaster of beauty.
I have had this reusable bubble bar sitting in my tote since September, so I figured it was finally time to try it out! I picked it up in Ireland, before it came over to the states, and while I had seen it before, I thought the concept was a bit too foolish for me. Turns out, I was wrong!
I both love and hate trilogies. I love them because they give us a chance to explore a world that wouldn’t be fully fleshed out in one book. I dislike them because they’re only three books and it just feels like not nearly enough time within the world created. I just finished a trilogy called the Olympus Bound trilogy by Jordanna Max Brodsky. It blends the modern world with the mythos of Ancient Greece in such a wonderful way.