Watching: It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. I kept hearing of it, but not about it, and it turns out that it's the perfect comedy for me. So much snark. SO MUCH. I love it. And I watch too much of it. I also restarted watching Veronica Mars, because it was one of my favourite ever shows (once again, snark factor comes into play), and if you didn't hear about the Veronica Mars Kickstarter campaign, GET ON IT! They exceeded the $2 million goal in only 1 day. If we keep going, they're going to make a terrific movie! I'm just waiting for the negotiations about opening the campaign up to non-US residents, so that I can make my contribution (and get my digital download and copy of the script! For $35! WORTH IT). Also, Veronica and Logan end up together or we riot. RIOT I SAY. actually rewatching the first episodes when he's SUCH an asshole is really so enjoyable. Oh, Logan. We will come to love you. But it's going to take some time (and some mellowing).
|Logan Echolls 4EVR. Or the streets will be swarmed by hormone fueled angry girl mobs.|
Laughing about: My first Zumba class the other night! I haven't taken an exercise class since the 9th grade, so to "dance" in front of a bunch of people was an intimidating thought. The class was only about 20 people, and while I definitely didn't get all the steps (is that step turn step step? Or step step turn step jump?) I threw myself into it, had fun, and sweat a LOT, which was the point. I'm glad to know that I have an alternative to running for my cardio requirements, at least for one day a week! And it's good fun and the right amount of endurance for an asthmatic like me. So three cheers for looking really stupid and not caring.
Listening to: I always forget how embarrassingly honest I answer these things *sigh*. Alright, I've been listening to a lot of Katy Perry while I model build at work lately. Apparently I have a pop deficiency. I was never a Katy Perry fan (wouldn't really call myself one now, either) but I watched the Katy Perry documentary, really just looking to see if they would deal with her religious upbringing and history as a christian rock singer. They did, and actually I found the movie really humanized her for me, and made her more than a tabloid figure; it made her totally relatable. And really, I never found her music bad, just really really shallow. I still do, but damn if it isn't fun to work to. And I work out to Britney Spears (except for Zumba class, which hilariously included Gagnam Style), so there you have it. Colour me guilty.
Working on: Designing some brooches for Premonitory Dreams, and my stick-shift driving skills!
Wishing: I had a chai latte. I am a simple creature.