Midway through the month, I said I was in a holding pattern and that pretty much was the theme for the month. It began and ended with Kim being away for a few days each week as she visited her sister and mother in Delaware, meaning that we put on hold a couple of shows we were watching on Netflix and Amazon Prime: the first season of Money Heist on Netflix and the fourth season of Mozart in the Jungle on Amazon Prime. Also on hold was, and is, the weather that just doesn’t want to seem to break into Spring quite yet and my reading, which is stuck in one series, The Lord of the Rings (on the third part, The Return of The King) while trying to start another, All Creatures Great and Small by James Herriot.
However, together Kim and I watched movies connected with this year’s Oscars, from I, Tonya, which Allison Janney won a Best Supporting Actress to Three Billboards from Ebbing, MO, which was nominated for Best Picture and for which Frances McDormand won Best Actress and Sam Rockwell, Best Supporting Actor to Lady Bird, which also was nominated for Best Picture. Personally, I liked Three Billboards, but Kim didn’t, and we both enjoyed I, Tonya and Lady Bird, the latter of which we knew was our kind of picture from the moment we saw the first trailer. We also watched Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, which was fun.
We also got a subscription to Britbox and I started watching A Touch of Frost and Dalziel and Pascoe, two British crime shows. I tried watching Scott & Bailey, but gave up after one season because it seemed more like a soap opera than a crime show.
On the music front, a few ditties caught my ear, but this one from February was still turning on my virtual turntable:
April begins with Kim’s birthday this coming Friday, which we’ll be celebrating Thursday night with a birthday dinner at a local pub called The Roost. We’re going then because work earlier that day than I am on Friday, giving us more time plus it won’t be quite as busy as it might be on a Friday night.
At the end of the month, I’d like to see the last Avengers movie, but I wanted to see Black Panther also and didn’t…yet. In between the beginning of the month and the end of the month, we have nothing planned, but if the weather warms up,maybe we can go out to the nearby Pennsylvania Grand Canyon for a hike. As with everything in life, we’ll see.
I’ll leave you with this funny clip from Seth Meyers (even though it’s two years old, I’m just getting to it):
How about you? How was your month of March? Any highlights with your reading, TV and/or movie watching, music listening? Any big plans for April?
5 thoughts on “Pushing Forward Back March/April 2018”
Also, happy birthday to Kim!! I hope she has a wonderful day and you treat her like the queen she is! 😉
One day I will be caught up on all of the other Avengers movies so that I too can watch the latest and greatest next month.
You might be in a holding pattern but I feel like I am on one of those people movers at the airport. Or a merry-go-round. Get on, do the thing, get off. Get on, do the thing, and get off. I don’t like it.
When I saw Ready Player One this weekend I also saw many trailers for movies I want to see so my list is growing with the Avengers towards the top. We rented Kong Skull Island which was really good, actually. The CGI was very good. My son said he thought it was so so but I liked it and I do not like the newer Kong movies, typically.
I was pleased with JC Superstar but will watch the rest of it tonight because I had to switch over for The Walking Dead. Overall, Legend was very minor to me even though he was Jesus!
How was Ready Player One?
It was good. I thought it was better than the book. In the book we didn’t get to know the characters outside of their avatars but in the movie it’s a good balance.
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