Happy March! The past few days of sunshine here in southeastern Pennsylvania have been a tease for my soul; my body is beyond ready for steady springtime warmth. (Although let's be real, that's not really a thing in this corner of the country. April showers bring May flowers, amirite?) Between working a bunch at the library (highlight: our Dr. Seuss themed Books & Breakfast party featuring neon colored pancakes) and having my How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World and Captain Marvel film reviews published for the pop culture/entertainment website Dork Daily, it's been quite the month. I have a couple of more personal pieces in the works that I'll hopefully be able to share here very soon, so keep your eyes open for those.
Quick library plug: I've been brushing up on my bilingual skills by taking Mango's Spanish for Librarians course (which I can access for free through my public library system's website), and I forgot just how much I enjoy learning a new language! It's truly amazing how many resources libraries offer, and what's more amazing is that they that often remained untapped by the public due to pure unawareness. See what's available at yours today!
me/my family members: "how was running the 800?" [a race that involves running two laps around the track - a half mile - straight]
brother #1: "it was fun!"
brother #2: "ever feel like you have blood in your throat?"
reading: placemaker by christie purifoy (a local author who frequents the library where I work!)
watching: jane the virgin - just finished a crucial episode in the middle of season 3 and I am shook to the core.
listening: imagine dragons' new album origins on repeat
eating: TRADER JOE'S COOKIE BUTTER
drinking: black coffee (I know, Whole30 changed me.)
playing: still kingdom hearts; unfortunately it's slid down the priority list in the busyness of the past month but I'm determined to start kingdom hearts 3 by the end of this year so we need to step it up