August Recap5:40 PM
This month was a pretty eventful month just because I wrapped up my summer class and moved back to college (packing can be pretty time consuming) and all the things. It was pretty jammed together.
I have an apartment now guys! I'm so happy. I have the same roommate as I did last year and really she's so chill and easy to live with. And if you want, you can go watch my apartment tour video. No pressure ;)
Without further ado... let's get into the recap.
Nimona by Noelle Stevenson. ✪✪✪✪ Maybe it was school...because it took a little while for me to get into this story. BUT, once I got into it I was in. The humor was dry and hilarious. The art was great. There were, of course, epic comebacks and funny moments of silence. Also shape-changing. And magic. Woooooo.
The Chapel Wars by Lindsey Leavitt. ✪✪✪ Sadly, I was disappointed in general. I had really high expectations for this book (based on my experiences with Lindsey's other books) and it kind of fell short. The characters didn't grab me and over all it was just good, not super good. Although it did make me cry. A full-fledged review of this one will be up later this month.
One of my newer obsessions has been watching Hani (from EXID a girl kpop group) clips from a reality show called "A Style for You." I think she's starting to become one of my favorite female artists. She's so relatable.
Aaand some of my favorite pins:
I thought I'd do a quick recap of all the biggish, fun things I got to do or that happened in my world.
1. I went paddle-boarding for the first time ever. In a big river. It was terrifying and awful but then I kind of got a hang of it and it was pretty fun. #yolo (actually no, I'm a big fan of not yolo but it fit).
2. I WENT TO CHICAGO. TO SEE MY FIRST K-POP CONCERT. A BTS CONCERT.
I will never forget it.
3. I also met one of my blogger friends in real life (first time I had done something like that). I met Sophia! We had a blast.
4. I got like twelve friggin inches of my hair cut off. It was terrifying. I don't think I had had a haircut in something like three or four years. But I got to donate to Locks of Love!
5. I ALSO got to try an Oculus Rift. It was reallllyyy epic (I'm a PC gamer so I know a little bit about such things). I can't wait until it's out there as a common household object.