Monthly Scribbles: July9:02:00 AM
The weird stuff.
|Why aren't you watching Dr. Horrible's Sing Along Blog right now??|
Broadchurch. It consumed my life. I don't watch Doctor Who, so I never really got the whole David Tennant thing until now. It's an emotional drama about a beachside town where a child goes missing, and it was excellent for getting me out of my own head for a while. It's on Netflix, if you're looking.
All the things I told you about in my simple summer makeup post.
It was a big music month for me. Joy Williams released an acoustic version of her recent album, Venus. John Paul White also started making music again and I was both happy and sad. Tegan and Sara went a totally different direction with their recent album and I decided I didn't hate it. I made a couple of Spotify playlists if you want to check out more of what I was listening to this month.
My magical moment (a la leighannsays) was going to a book signing for Morgan Matson's novel, The Unexpected Everything. I loved Since You've Been Gone when I read it last summer, and TUE was a similarly perfect summer read. It was very low-key - she read, answered questions, signed books, and (of course) took a polaroid or two. I ended up going kind of unexpectedly (see what I did there?) and I'm glad I did!