Weekly Adventures – March 2022
Nothing much happened in March. March basically included a lot of cleaning and tidying. I did work on some of those “2022 Upcoming Plans”, one of which is I’d say 80% done at this point. Since I haven’t been super vocal about being pregnant or sharing my experiences despite the blog slowing down a whole lot. The goal I’m talking about for this year to move the office and set up the nursery is the only thing that is happening as the due date gets closer. However, that’s personal stuff and other than acknowledging it quickly, I don’t want to post up any photos of it since its still a work in progress. My adventures basically has to do with being pregnant which is not exactly exciting to talk about other than my own experience of it. The other part is mostly job and then my constant contemplation on eating healthier and really starting to miss some of the stuff that I’ve cut out of my diet to be healthier. That’s basically it in that department. Oh right, and I also just turned 36! Isn’t that exciting, right?
Now moving on to more fun things like the next part, What’s Up for the past month!
What’s Up – March 2022
Currently reading: The Magician’s Nephew (re-read), The Girl On The Train
Finally some progress in the Goodreads Reading Challenge this year! It was a slow start but now I’ve been motivated to move from one book to the next and get those reviews up as soon as I finish to keep things rolling. Scarlet was a really fun read. I guess taking a break from YA novels was a great move since I did appreciate the easier reads. The basic system now is alternating between YA books and older books. I should start adding classics to it but it will probably happen later this year.
- Time (2021, Review)
- Ms. Pat: Y’All Wanna Hear Something Crazy (2022)
- Piranha 3D (2010)
- American Girl (2021, Review)
- Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2022, Review)
- Great White (2021)
- The Bay (2012)
- Catherine Cohen: The Twist?… She’s Gorgeous (2022)
- Crawl (2019, rewatch Review)
- Jaws (1975, rewatch)
- Secretary (2002)
- Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City (2021)
- In The Cut (2003)
As Movies and Tea focuses on the next season of production, a lot of these movies are a part of that. In a perfect world, I did want to get at least one more double feature out before this recap post went up but oh well, what can we do? Movies was a decent month. Other than my not so happy outing with Piranha 3D, everything was pretty decent overall. Some was a little disappointing like Great White, a few surprises like The Bay, some exceeded expectations like Time and then some lived up to expectations (in a good way) like Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City. It did feel great to catch up with some older films that I have heard great things about like Secretary and finally returned to watch a Meg Ryan film. If you have been here in the earlier days, I really love Meg Ryan and have been wanting to go through all her films but Netflix is usually a bit thin on that front.
- Love Under The Full Moon (2021)
- RuPaul’s Drag Race (Season 7, 2015)
- The King’s Avatar (2019 rewatch)
- Is It Cake? (Season 1, 2022)
- Light The Night (Part 3, 2022)
- Bridgerton (Season 2, 2022 Review)
- Fresh Fried & Crispy (Season 1, 2021)
Currently watching: Who’s The Murderer (Season 7), Another Me
Looking at the list, I didn’t even realize how much TV I have watched. To be fair, I had 4 episodes left of Love Under The Full Moon when I started the month so not exactly hard to complete. The King’s Avatar was a rewatch basically because I think its a great choice as background content but also a great choice as a kickoff for my podcast concept which I promise is going into production soon. A little tired of my own procrastination. Just overthinking the whole thing at this point. Highlight of this month goes to Light The Night Part 3, the anticipation and wait was pretty worth it. Netflix will never see this but if they do, please don’t split a complete series into 3 parts. Its really pointless. Bridgerton Season 2 was also a bingeworthy watch considering I watched it over a weekend.
- Taiko no Tatsujin: The Drum Master!
- The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes
- A Memoir Blue
Currently playing: Bloodroots
Even gaming had a lot of progress. I did play The Drum Master for the longest time but finally stopped when I hit a bug that kept shutting off the game on its own. A Memoir Blue is a one sitting simplistic narrative game that was pretty heartfelt and fits the Game Pass really well. The highlight is definitely House Of Ashes which I streamed shared story mode with my friend BrandelSavage. We do plan to play it again since there seems to be a few other paths to explore. I will also replay it on my own. Maybe on stream, who knows. I do want to start streaming which was also on my goals for this year especially since my office is moved, the only issue is that its now in open space so need to reconsider when to stream.
I guess this whole recap explains why I haven’t had adventures considering how abundant everything is. Its been pretty fun overall. April will be crazy work phase so expect a big drop in the next month although I also have some planning to do for this next month to get things ready in advance as much as I can.
Cute Kitty Pic
That’s it for this Adventures and What’s Up for March 2022!
What have you been up to?