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Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Stefanie's March Recap


Hey everyone,

It's April! Annie's got me good with April Fools, sending out an email about them changing their mascot and making it more Millennial friendly, choosing a llama as their new mascot. I almost flipped out, until they emailed the next day saying it was April Fool's...shows you how I haven't been paying attention to the months or days so far. 

March was a slower month for reading, even with Spring Break. I hit another reading slump and nothing I started was working out for me (this even happened with movies and a couple TV shows I tried to watch), but the one thing I did end up reading was Annihilation. After watching the movie I thought maybe reading the book would make me less confused about the universe. I think after reading the book I'm even more confused. I thought about trying to read book 2, but I've accepted defeat. Science and me really were never friends. 

What I Read in March:

Reaper by Kyra Leigh
Adultolescence by Gabbi Hanna
Love, Life and the List by Kasie West
Swearing Is Good For You by Emma Bryne
Unearthed by Amie Kaufman and Meghan Spooner
Staying Stylish by Candace Cameron Bure
Milk and Homey by Ravi Kaur
Women in Science: 50 Fearless Pioneers Who Changed the World by Rachel Ignotofsky
New York by Megan Hess
Nothing But the Truth by Vicky Pattison
Simple Tips to Live Beautifully by Pippa O'Connor
Annihilation by Jeff VanderMeer

Total: 12

Books of the Month:

 

Favorite Movies of March:

  

without meaning to, these all seem to have pink covers. I watched one, The Loved Ones, that I think might have been the most bizarre movie I have ever seen...if you are a horror fan I would recommend you check it out. I saw Sherlock Gnomes in theatre, which was interesting to say the least. 

According to my day planner I seemed to have done a lot. We had Spring Spirit Week the week before Spring Break. My personal favorite day is Throwback Day, where I went all out glitter and side ponytail, with a pineapple t-shirt dress. 

I went to an Escape Room with a group of friends and we were able to make it out with just a minute to spare (talk about it being like a movie, leaving it to the last minute..!). It was super fun and it ended with birthday cupcakes. 

Then Spring Break ended and it was back to work I went. I hope everyone had a great March. I know for me April will be filled with Peter Pan rehearsals and then we go to performance in May. 

Until my next review, 

Stefanie





1 comment:

  1. I'd love to give Women in Science a try. You really don't hear as much about female scientists' achievements.

    Also, I've yet to do an Escape Room but they sound like a lot of fun. Hopefully I get to do one soon.

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