November In Review

The very first of the month, I saw Creeper at KOKO in London. The venue was exceptional and the gig was great… only to have the band break up on stage afterwards. I’m a bit skeptical they’re actually through, but either way it was sad.

I attended Bonfire Night in Lewes and it was even more amazing than I remember it. I wrote all about it here.

Last week, Diego and I went to London to celebrate our anniversary. We went to Sky Garden (I have been once before with my brothers but this time they closed the balcony due to crappy weather) to enjoy the lights of the city, ate dinner and saw The Lion King musical. I had never seen the show before and it’s Diego’s favorite movie so we both really enjoyed ourselves.

One of my clients went to hospital a few weeks ago so I haven’t been working as much as I would like. Either way, I’m due to finish work Monday to focus on hanging out with my friends and sorting myself before I move back to the U.S.

December will bring a lot of change: before I leave, I have to sort my house, car, etc. and have some friends visiting before I head off to the States on December 19th. Then there’s the holidays, obviously, then… who knows? But I hope to figure it out soon.

November In Review 2017 || November In Review 2016

What I’m listening to: Holy Hell by Architects, Songs of Praise by Shame, 48:13 by Kasabain, Recovery by Dream State, Turn Out the Lights by Julien Baker, Flower Boy by Tyler, the Creator, Sing Sing Death House by The Distillers, Colourmeinkindness by Basement, Sorrow and the Sound by Feed the Rhino, Fair Enough by Minus the Bear, Here’s to the Fatigue by Press to MECO, Landslide by Arcane Roots, Cheer by Drugchurch, Sehscucht by Rammstein

What I’m watching: Ex Machina, Travels with my Father (season 2)

What I’m reading: Harry Potter and the Prison of Azkaban, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Harry Potter and the Dealthly Hallows by J.K. Rowling, Room by Emma Donoghue, Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman


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