What I read and watched in March

What I read and watched in March

It’s spring! Maybe…

The sun comes out more often, and it is now warmish enough to sit outside and read. It’s one of my favourite things in the whole wide world. Get some rays with my inspiration.

Here’s what I managed to read this month:

The Road to Little Dribbling by Bill Bryson, Do Cool Sh*t by Mike Agrawal (which I didn’t finish, it became repetitive), Delta of Venus by Anais Nin (mostly finished), A toi pour toujours, ta Marie-Lou by Michel Tremblay, gave up on L’avalée des avalées by Réjean Ducharme because I found it too dark for no good reason, Le déclin du nationalisme québécois by Dominique Cliff, Hater by John Semley, the first few chapters of Maria Popova’s Figuring, Daring Greatly by Brené Brown.

Still in progress: The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Black Milk by Elif Shafak, Un lien familial by Nadine Bismuth.

Here’s what I watched: Fury, CHIP (holy cheesy, but so enjoyable), Brave, Frozen (still on a Pixar kick), Polar, Secret City (series, sort of like an Aussie House of Cards, very gripping), Planes, Triple Frontier (don’t; it was awful), Planes: Fire and Rescue, The Circle, The Girl on the Train, Brain on Fire, Tallulah, The Dirt, Little Miss Sunshine.

The kids, they are alright

The kids, they are alright

Seven years ago a boxing match changed Canadian politics for the worse

Seven years ago a boxing match changed Canadian politics for the worse

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