Sunday Post #9: Lazy Days & Korean Dramas
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I had a very uneventful week these past couple of days. I think after some time, it was much needed. I’ve had a good amount of things going on lately with my family here and in Texas (physically and mentally) so I just needed a few chill days. After Monday passed, I just knew this was going to be the week that I closed myself off to the world (well, mostly because I did have to go into town and other things).
There was a good amount of catching up with Korean Dramas. I find that a good dose of K-Dramas helps my mind just have happy feels for days, especially since they are mostly short dramas and I can start a whole new one right away. I haven’t been able to do that in awhile, but this week it really helped things along. There were also a few movies I watched that were perfect for this month (one that I will NOT watch again lol… spooks for days).
Along with all those feels and tv/movie watching, I decided that I was going to do some more spring cleaning in the fall (don’t know what I was thinking). Much of that was rearranging things in the house, getting rid of several things that weren’t needed anymore, and of course the task I took on today of moving all my books around on my bookshelves. Yup, I’m still dealing with that right now and don’t doubt I will be for a few days.
Last Week On The Blog
October New Release Giveaway (It Starts At Midnight Giveaway Hop)
Snappsy the Alligator and His Best Friend Forever (Probably) by Julie Falatko (review)
This Week On The Blog
The Hanging Girl by Eileen Hook (review)
The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter (review)
What I’m Watching
Spellbound is a Korean movie that had many funny and spooky moments, along with a nice romance to round it all out. Then I watched Pinocchio, which I still have haven’t finished yet, but it’s a pretty good drama so far. Feast of the Gods was filled with tons of good food moments and a really cute love story (well two, one which I feel shouldn’t have been added as it just made things a little confusing). I also watched Annabelle Creation, which just freaked me out even more and made me wonder why I even put myself through it (yeah I’m still wondering since I’m really bad with dolls). Last, but not least, Escape Room because I just needed to scare myself more (no, no I didn’t lol). I mainly watched it because it had Skeet Ulrich in it, but doubt I’ll be watching it again. Even with all that, I’m leaving you with a little bit of a lighter scene rather than a scary one because I can’t be mean like that 😜.
Hope you guys have a great week, filled with tons of treats rather than tricks! Happy days and Happy reading!