Free has been on my mind recently probably because summer is showing early signs of surfacing. Finally urged me to watch precious boys youth that I know was going to kill me.
I feel the post is about to turn a tad poetic but other night I returned to a wondrous garden where flowers of are constantly blooming.
Fav Disney film. . . Nooooo
More favourite questions this is too hard, I have to pick among all the movies I’ve ever watched in my life.
I meant to get this out the day after seeing the film while things were fresh in my head. Nope that didn’t work out but Madman surprised the Aussie land and New Zealand bringing Makoto Shinkai’s newest work to our shores early . . . course I had to go see it.
Look, see. Lita is keeping up with this finally. Though I dare say it might be like this for the rest of the year. We shall see. But HERE WE ARE for a very special end of monthly post – a – rama.
Our February tour was perfect fit looking at adore for a mushy month. Again we have a perfect fit for March in respect for Woman’s History month tackling Feminism. Where I go back to the old roots of home for this one.
I’ve managed to get on track with everything in life and blogging, officially can confirm and it feels great. Last of all things to bring back strong is end of POST – A – RAMA. This January one will be a mixture of new and old, I’m psyched to share with you all !!!
There is a lot of things I’ll never understand about myself. One of those is when it comes to normal horror, I’ll avoid to watch any. But when it comes to a gory death game, or vampire series, I’m all for it. How does this work?
Last week decided to begin making my way through my off the shelve anime, I hadn’t rewatched or seen. As my anime watching has been all over the place, a Mamoru Hosoda movie was a good place to start.