Sunday, 15 April 2018

Sunday Post #11

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Life

My life has been crazy the last two weeks. The first week of Easter break I had four two-hour driving classes which I had to combine with my puppetry rehearsals and shows. On Thursday, a local television crew came to film a rehearsal and then I had a driving class straight after and in the evening the premiere of our puppetry theatre production. So, that was a very exciting and busy day! On Friday and Saturday I had another puppetry show, and by puppetry I mean theatre with marionets.


The following week was supposed to be relaxing but I got a call had to do a job interview, which means I start teaching tomorrow and will have a very busy month after all. I have another teaching job lined up in May, as you might already know, so it's the perfect fit! 

Blog

So because of all this hectic stuff happening, I have only finished one book so far this month and I haven't been blogging much either. I planned to be more active the next couple of weeks but now I can't guarantee that anymore. During these two weeks I did write four posts:

April TBR

Can't-Wait Wednesday: A Court of Frost and Starlight (A Court of Thorns and Roses #3.1) by Sarah J. Maas


Can't-Wait Wednesday: The Smoke Thieves (The Smoke Thieves #1) by Sally Green

March Wrap Up


I hope to reply and comment back to all your comments soon! 


Also, my blog reached over 10,000 views yesterday, which I find quite exciting!

Books

Currently reading The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith, I'm only at page 140.


TV and Movie

I watched the second season of Victoria, one episode of Timeless and Chicago P.D., The Graham Norton ShowThe Man from U.N.C.L.E. and quite a lot of Scandal episodes (I'm now on season 5).



What did you read or watch recently?

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Have a wonderful day everyone!

11 comments:

  1. I'll be teaching a lot in May too, although I'm not really looking forward to it xD people jobs... Hope you enjoy it though :)

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  2. Congrats on the teaching job! Hope it goes well! The Smoke Thieves definitely sounds fun (I just went over to check it out).

    Congrats on pageviews too! Have a nice week...

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  3. I have to admit that puppets freak me out!

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    1. Haha, yeah that's probably because of the picture itself, my phone does not take the best pictures in the dark, so I took a promotional shot of the television site.

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  4. Wow, seems like you have quite a lot going on! But busy is good, isn't it?
    I have yet to see Chicago PD, here in UK they've only shown Chicago Fire and Chicago Med (which is a shame, because I am really curious about PD).
    Oh, Graham Norton is HILARIOUS, you should see when he does the commentary for the Eurovision contest!
    I've watched a couple episodes of Timeless but I wasn't much into it. One new show that I've just started watching is The Resident (which is a med show). They've only aired one episode, but so far I like it!

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    1. Busy is good indeed! Chicago P.D. is actually my favourite, followed closely by Chicago Fire. Graham Norton is the best! I have watched a couple of Eurovision songcontests on the BBC and I agree, he's absolutely hilarious! I haven't heard of the The Resident yet, but I'm going to check it out!

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  5. Wow, sounds like you have been busy! I hope life calms down a bit for you. Congrats on hitting 10,000 views. Milestones like that are always so rewarding :)

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    1. Thanks you! It's one of my first milestones, so I'm really happy about it!

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  6. I hope your new teaching job is going well Lynn!

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