So, last week I got my second Covid vaccine and, while I was thrilled as hell to get it, it knocked me on my ass. Straight laid me out. Last Saturday, I spent the whole day on the couch. I spent that time wisely, of course, I binge-watched an entire season of City on theContinue reading “Freaky Friday, but Make it Worse”
Drag Race S13,E12 & E13 We’re doubling down again this week because, well, I’m a slacker. Facts are facts, America. So, last week, we had a nice girl roast and, well friends, it wasn’t that great. Our honorees were none other than Nina West, Heidi N Closet, and Valentina. So, two nice gals and oneContinue reading “It’s a Roast, Henny!”
Drag Race is back, back, back again and we are here for it. Like most things, Drag Race has a new look. New werk room, slightly new phrasing, and new rules. This premiere served looks, plexiglass barriers, and six lip syncs. Yep. Six lip syncs. The queens were paired up and immediately made to lipContinue reading “Gentlemen…Start Your Engines”
“Life is so beautiful that death has fallen in love with it, a jealous, possessive love that grabs at what it can.” Life of Pi 5 Pretzels Thanks to Tiger King, there’s been a lot of tiger talk on the socials lately. How about a tiger story that isn’t full of smarmy scumbags? This blogContinue reading “Life of Pi: A Review”
Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore is a fun, creative mystery with one banger of a reveal by Matthew Sullivan.
Emira Tucker is a twenty-five-year-old babysitter. She has no plans for the future, and in a short time, she will lose her health insurance.
Emira babysits for the Chamberlain family. Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain have two young girls, Briar and Catherine. Emira is tasked with caring for Briar while Mrs. Chamberlain works on writing her book. Easy peas, right?
This book is not about the English countryside. Apparently there was a lot of miscommunication about that on Goodreads. I mean, you should read it regardless, but just now it doesn’t look like the set of the Great British Baking Show.
I also keep wondering what song I would perform if I met Zoey? What about my friends, family, that one woman at work who gives me the stink eye for no reason every time I see her? What would they sing? It’s a really fun game to play.
So, if you’re not some kind of elitist who will only support orphans in some sort of sappy tragedy porn I totally suggest giving Everything is Gonna be Okay a shot. You’ll cry but you’ll also laugh and feel a whole lot lighter after every episode.
A winner is chosen from the many awesome crafts. Unfortunately, the least successful maker is sent home. But not really.