Reading books is one of the biggest highlights of my entire existence. Without it I think I would go completely blank and void of any thought or feeling whatsoever. I feel like I've been given a great opportunity when it comes to reading because I enjoy it so much. I never believe people who say they don't like reading - they just haven't found the right book for them yet. Thankfully, I was very, very young when I discovered my love of reading. I would now like to take the time to talk to you about my mother, who nurtured this...
Welcome to the end of Part 12 of my 20 books of 2020 (numbers 221-240) and I would like to say again, a big thank you to those of you who have joined me on this journey. If you're interested then head to my profile page and you'll be able to see all the sections of this series. Now, let's get on with the history section of our performance.
I still writing about K-Drama. 😆 This is last one, I promise. There are so many good TV shows and it’s hard to choose. 🤷🏻♀️😊
There is nothing more satisfying in cinema than a clever, unexpected and preferably terrifying plot twist.
Whilst not everyone was a fan of Joker, you can not ignore the new avenues it has opened up for the Superhero genre. Here we have three villains that we believe make strong contenders for DC’s next villain solo outing.
As numerous countries are implementing social distancing tactics to help flatten the curve of COVID-19, many are hunkering down at home.
The Walking Dead pulled out all the stops for Danai Gurira's last (for awhile, at least) appearance as Michonne. As well as her discovery that Rick Grimes may still be alive, the episode features a hallucination sequence showing us how Michonne's life would have turned out differently had she not saved Andrea at the end of Season Two.
Let's be honest - the world is a bit of a scary place right now. Due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic, people all over the world have been encouraged to to stay inside their homes to prevent spread of the virus. While this is certainly a worthy endavour that EVERYONE should be following, it unfortunately means that we're going to be scrambling for things to do for the next couple of weeks. Now, while Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and other streaming services are no doubt great companions for this kind of situation, to quote Yoda from Empire Strikes Back.....there is another.
I know I've been extremely bored during our recent quarantine and focus on social distancing. Here are some movies on Netflix that can take your mind off the state of our world right now.
First of all, before I will give you the top 10 Netflix tv series to watch during the quarantine, I would like to send my prayers to those who are affected by the pandemic virus, COVID-19. May we find our will to just keep on fighting no matter what will happen to us this year. Since the outbreak, I have been struggling as much as everybody else. The panic buying, classes suspensions, restaurant and hotels closed, airfare cancellations, lockdowns and social distancing has been vigorously affecting us all. I hope each one of us will continue to strive for our betterment of the future and may our Mother Earth heal us and united us as one.
So, COVID-19, huh? Having been declared a global pandemic by the WHO, many countries have instigated quarantine periods, and people are buying TP en masse despite the fact that this isn’t 1846 and nobody’s going to die of dysentery. For their safety, most everyone except for minimum wage service workers are confined to their homes for two-week periods of self-isolation. I’ve been in Shanghai since just before quarantine started, so I’m an old pro at the whole ‘staying in your apartment for weeks on end, only leaving to get snacks, and thinking that I might die if someone doesn’t hold my hand soon’ thing. Oh, wait, that’s just my clinical depression!