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- •I've talked here before about my struggle with depression over the past year or so
- •It got so bad that I wouldn't leave my apartment and I had to withdraw from school for the year
- •That was the darkest time of my life and I wish that experience on No One
Or: things I can't get on board with Or: things I'm sure I'm missing out on
- •Leaving my house on the weekends
- •Watermelon. Or an melon.
- •Waking up with the sun
- •ParticularlyCan anyone say this without going very slowly and carefully??
- •PreferablyWhen I read it I have to pronounce it both ways. I say "pra-ferably" and then I say pref-ferably". Does that make sense?
- •PrescriptionThis is more of a spelling issue. I'm usually great at spelling but this one always trips me up
I watched a LOT of tv this month. I've been especially down and when I'm feeling that way I usually turn to tv. Besides keeping up with my usual favorites, I branched out and found some great new stuff.
- •House of LiesI watched all four seasons in three days and I'm now counting down the days to the season five premiere on April 10. I'm obsessed and fully invested in the characters' relationships. This show is Amazing. By far my favorite new discovery.
- •TogethernessI'm always excited to watch anything new from the Duplass brothers and I don't know how I put this off for so long. The seasons are sadly only eight episodes each, but I really enjoyed season one. Also, whoever picks the music is doing a fantastic job.
- •LoveI was So excited to see Gillian Jacobs in a different role since I'm used to her as Britta (Community). I marathoned it in one sitting and really enjoyed it. I'm sad I have to wait a whole year (I'm assuming?!) for the next season.
This is a very abbreviated list because I'm always uncomfortable in social situations.
- •When someone leaves the room without closing the door.
- •Even worse when they close it Almost all the way but not Quite. It's crazy but I can't stand it and I have to get up and close it all the way.
- •The Scott's Tots episode of The Office. I can not watch it.
- •It was a really light reading month for me. I spent the first two or three weeks of the month struggling to motivate myself to read at all so I turned to graphic novels for a kickstart. Hopefully next month is a better reading month for me!
- •Nimona- Noelle StevensonI Loved Nimona! The art was beautiful and the story was really touching. I think it's a stand alone, which is great, but I loved the characters so much and I want to read more about them.
- •Blankets- Craig ThompsonThis is a massive book, but it was super quick to get through. I had very high expectations, based on reviews, which weren't exactly met. It was a really nice story and I liked the relationship between the main character and his love interest. Butttt there was also a lot of religious talk in it. This could be a very good thing for people who are religious, but it was unrelatable for me which turned me off of it just enough for me to think "good but eh" when I finished.
Thank you, @nathanveshecco for my first list request 💕 I hope you'll give me credit for all of the titles you'll inevitably be inspired by.
- 1.It Was Only A DreamMy dreams are Very vivid and I need the reminder
- 2.The Morning SongThis is just my dog barking because it's the first thing I hear every morning
- 3.Finally AloneThis is a symphony of farts
This is just a selection of who I follow. If you don't follow any animals on Instagram, you should really look into it. It'll make your life better.
- •ChloetheminifrenchieLike me, she doesn't like her naps to be interrupted.
- •AmeliahedgehogAny hedgehog in a teacup is a winner in my book
- •MisofrenchieGrumpy and owning it
- •So, in all likelihood you haven't actually noticed that I don't comment much
- •Because I do Sometimes, but usually I don't
- •That's not to say I don't write out a comment and then delete it
- •You need to go watch this on Netflix
- •There are four "episodes". Marriage, Silicon Valley, Racism, and Drugs
- •You get the comedy aspect on the topics as well as a more serious/exploratory look at each one