I’ve been listening to musicals recently to help me cope with a sudden onslaught of work.
I revisited some old favorites as well as a few that I once hated.
Because I worked so much last week (and thus spent at least 50 hours listening to musicals), I decided to do book recommendations based on the musicals I listen to the most.
Continue reading “Book Recs Based on My Favorite Musicals”
For several years, High School Musical formed a large part of my identity.
I LOVE these movies (even the third one.)
Where else does one find cheesy, earnest musicals about summer busboys and their romantic dramas?
WHERE, I ASK YOU?
Continue reading “The High School Musical Book Tag”
Happy Top Ten Tuesday! Today’s topic is a Love Freebie.
My love language is Movies.
When I love someone, I want to watch movies with them all day long.
What better way to celebrate love than to watch one of these ten romantic films?
Pop some popcorn (with – I hope – extra vegan butter) and prep for some warm and fuzzy feelings.
Continue reading “TOP TEN TUESDAY: Best Movies to Watch With Your Valentine”
(Spoilers for Cats)
I take issue with the Jellicle Choice.
Old Deuteronomy made a mistake. Continue reading “Making the Jellicle Choice”
Trainwreck. Abomination. Fever dream.
I’ve heard all these words and more used to describe Tom Hooper’s adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s ’80s hit. Continue reading “I Really Enjoyed “Cats””
Last night, while waiting for the bus, I got angry.
It happened while I was reading updates on the impeachment trial and accompanying Tweets from Methodists annoyed with the proceedings.
They have every right to be frustrated.
Ten months ago, queer Methodists (myself included) and their allies were denied inclusion in the Methodist denomination.
It took the Methodist church a matter of days to make me unwelcome in the denomination and ruin my entire year.
Meanwhile, it’s taken MONTHS to initiate impeach proceedings against the man who instated a trans military ban and popularized the phrase “grab her by the pussy.”
After waking up feeling extra salty and extremely political, I drafted a Christmas list.
Santa better deliver.
Continue reading “My Rage-Fueled Grown-Up Christmas List”
I lived all 30 days of November but I barely remember any of them.
Somehow, I condensed a year’s worth of activities into a single month.
When I started the month, I thought I’d be fitting writing sessions between social engagements, horror movies, and book rereads.
Here’s what happened instead: Continue reading “November Happenings”
Today marks the first day of Halloween. Continue reading “Halloween the First”