My Week in Books, Movies, and TV 4/24/20

It was a down week for reading and movies. All of my free time, plants of free time, was spent with TV shows.

Movies – Once again I don’t remember watching a movie this week. It’s possible we watched a random old movie. I just can’t remember. You would think this wouldn’t be the case considering we have HBO and Verizon gave us free Showtime, Epix and Starz. I guess I’m just not in a movie mood.

TV – We watched a lot of TV this week. My daughter and I have been watching old seasons of Survivor. We finished Heroes v Villains and have one episode of Fans v Favorites left. I still enjoy the show but I miss the old Survivor with fewer immunity idols. We watched the second season of Yellowstone. We enjoy it. We’re sure we are supposed to be on the side of Kevin Costner’s character and his family, but they are generally terrible people. We caught up on Supergirl and watched a few more episodes of Community. My wife and daughter started Teen Wolf again while I slept on the couch. It made for weird dreams for me as my random dreams suddenly included werewolves.

Books – I didn’t finish a book this week. I’m reading one book for work and last weekend decided I wanted a break from all things work so I started a second one. I didn’t finish either one.

On Deck – I have no idea if we will watch a movie or not. I guess it depends on what I find on each day. We’ve run out of TV shows we all watch so we will need to pick up a new one. Finding one that all three of us can agree on will be hard. I hope to finish one of the books this week. Big Sky by Kate Atkinson for work or Suggested Reading by Dave Connis. Some day you would think I could focus on reading again.

2 thoughts on “My Week in Books, Movies, and TV 4/24/20

  1. I understand the focus problem. I’m having a similar problem. About the only thing I can seem to focus on is games: Words with Friends and Solitaire. I’m pretty sure the only way to get over it is to find some method of relaxing or destressing that works. So far, I’ve got nothing. I can’t even focus on my needlepoint for very long, and that’s my usual method. I’ve never been successful with meditation. Maybe if I started and stuck with an exercise regimen, that would help. Here’s an idea for future blogs: research and try different ways to destress, relax, and regain focus. (Only partially serious here.)

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