(Guys, I’m actually on time with my wrap-up post. Something must be wrong with me.)
It seems like January just started!!! And now it’s February!!! Where does time go? Can you believe it’s already one month into 2018? I can’t. I’m still in 2017. Probably by the time it’s almost 2019 my mind will be caught up.
Mad World covered by Peter Hollens
So beautiful, and so sad.
Wonder Woman’s Wrath by Rupert Gregson-Williams
This song is amazing. I haven’t seen the movie, but I LOVE the soundtrack.
Barbossa is Hungry by Hans Zimmer
Mildly disturbing title, but awesome song. I love the rhythm.
(We watched a ton of movies this month because I had to babysit my siblings more than usual. Not that I’m complaining…)
[Disclaimer: I am not recommending all of these movies; I watched some of them on a video filtering service as there was some content involved. Just F.Y.I]
Spider-Man Homecoming – Loved this movie. Peter Parker is awesome, and the plot was really good.
Inkheart – This is a great movie for any writers, readers, and book lovers…because in it the characters of different books come alive. How cool is that?
LEGO Ninjago Movie – Not as good as the LEGO Movie, but still great.
Batman Begins – LOVED THIS. BATMAN IS AWESOME. AND YOU GET TO SEE LIAM NEESON IS A NINJA.
Rise of the Guardians – This is a sweet movie.
LotR: RotK - <3 <3 <3 Need I say more?
The LEGO Movie – EVERYTHING IS AWESOME!
(I unfortunately didn’t read as much as I would have liked to this month, as we didn’t go to the library at all.)
Tales of Redwall: Doomwhyte by Brian Jacques
Saint by Ted Dekker (still reading)
LotR: The Fellowship of the Ring (still reading)
(To read about some more exciting things that happened this month, check out this post from last week.)
New Belt in Kung Fu: My brother and I earned our yellow\black stripe belt in Kung Fu last Monday. The belt tests just keep getting harder…
GIF of the Month of January:
Wish I felt this good after doing only three jumping jacks…
(This is a new section of my wrap-up posts. I’m hoping to have something new written every month.)
I wrote about 816 words this month. Not exactly the WC I was hoping for, but at least it’s something. I’m continuing my blog serial story, Mission: Metal; as well as writing a screen-play for a movie that my dad and I are hopefully going to make this year. Starting next week, I will be writing my new WIP, Of Silver, Shipmates, and Strange Tides, that I introduced in last week's post.
Okay, now that that’s over with, tell me; how was your month? Did you watch any good movies or read any good books? How is your writing going? Do you like The LEGO Movie or The LEGO Ninjago Movie better? And does anyone else think that time goes by too quickly?