“But I can see us lost in the memory August slipped away into a moment in time ‘Cause it was never mine“
Starting one of my longest wrap-ups starting with the beautiful august by Taylor Swift (go listen to it just once if you haven’t and you will fall in love with her voice – do it.)
But honestly, how is it that July and August just disappeared? (Ignoring the fact that I question time practically every. single. recap, of course.)
July & August were beautiful months, and I did pretty well all through – in terms of school, reading, mental health & my online presence so I’m hoping that the second half of the year – which we’re already partially through – will be one in which all of us shall fare well in.
I read, watched, and listened to a lot these past two months and now I have a number of new favourites. Let’s talk books, movies, songs & life!
June disappeared, in all honesty. It’s almost as though this month was non-existent and we’re already in July. Halfway through the year. We’re still self-isolating a year later and I keep reminding myself that there is still hope. June was absolutely a blur. I know I say that so much, but I started out in a most terrible reading slump.
Nevertheless, I did have a lot of fun and I kept up with the blogosphere (for the most part, I suppose!) I had my whole family over and the summer weather is absolutely gorgeous here. All the flowers are in bloom, we had, like 3 birthdays (which meant 3 different cakes, haha!) and we’ve been out on long walks through the gardens. June and July have the best weather in the whole year (except for February and April).
Hey everyone! We (sighs dramatically) are in the midst of a major Covid crisis. But we just reached 150+ followers! (This was originally a 100 follower post, but—all credits to my unmatched procrastination skills—we reached 150 just in time for this post!!)
Thank you all so much for this milestone! I don’t really think of these as followers; more like friends in the blogosphere! Today’s post is the 100 followers special: reacting to your assumptions about me.