This weekly recap coming to you straight from fever hell. Literally. I’ve had a fever for the last 3 days and nothing renders me more incapable at life than a fever.
Reading. Finished The Dry and currently reading The Blinds. Had to table We Were Eight Years in Power because it’s simply too heavy for me right now. Picked up a book from NetGalley (I fell victim to one of their enticing emails) and put Still Me on hold at the library. Pre-ordered a book for the child and am contemplating buying a book my library had one copy of and lost. To be fair, there was one copy in the whole state and the book’s home library lost it. Not my actual library.
Watching. What did I watch this week? I think I just caught up on the DVR’d stuff. Nothing new. But I am currently searching for a new binge-worthy show. Send me your recommendations. You all know what I like.
Not watching. The State of the Union. I couldn’t do it. He makes me sick, I can’t look at him or listen to his voice and paltry vocabulary, I hate every fucking
lie word that comes out of his mouth, his continuing need to drive a wedge between everyone in this country because he thrives on fear and hatred like some sort of evil, maniacal Tinkerbell, and I refused to help contribute to his ratings (which were so low, despite what he’s trying to brainwash people into believing. He’s unbelievably petty and delusional). So I watched Drunk History instead.
Listening. Death, Sex, and Money did a series on class and wealth so you know I consumed the hell out of that.
Wondering. You might have seen this on IG but I am honestly wondering why the hell the pharmacy put my daughter’s name in quotes on her prescription label? It’s actually her name. We’re not trying to fool anyone, she’s not in witness protection, it’s not a nickname, and I legit don’t get it. I truly wish people would learn proper punctuation.
So, that’s it for this week. If you need me this weekend, I’ll be recovering from the monster headache that’s been the entire month of January and not giving a shit who wins the Super Bowl.