Right? I am pretty bad about getting obsessed with something and being able to do nothing else until I'm over it. Netflix, a book series, etc. It's never the real life or important things that take over though, is it?
Alena and Joseph came over on Saturday and we started Bloodlines and holy crap. It's Coach Taylor's new show on Netflix and within two episodes, it has taken over my mind. Not necessarily in a good way either. Let's just say I had a dream that involved me in the plot last night and I was wide awake from 5:00am and never able to go back to sleep. Ugh.
I spent the rest of the weekend reading a dumb YA trilogy. Why does every book have to be a series now? I finished the first from the library and then had to buy the second because it wasn't available at the library and I couldn't possibly wait 3-5 days. I finished the third last night. I did decide that a book would be my "celebration" from now on. (thanks for the recommendation) I rarely buy books anymore since the library eBooks can be delivered straight to my Kindle. So easy!
Watched a good series lately? I think I gave up on House of Cards. The Jinx and Kimmy Schmidt were my last ones. I don't know if I'll be able to finish Bloodlines. Oh, I did rewatch Emily Owens, MD on Netflix last week. It's a CW medical show with Meryl Streep's daughter. Enjoyable and only 13 episodes.
Sidebar - It makes me cringe/laugh at how ridiculous medical shows are. One surgeon does not do heart, abdominal, plastic, and ortho surgeries. Doctors are not all-knowing. And you don't go from ER->CT->diagnosis->surgery->recovery in one day all with the same doctor at your side each step of the way.
And speaking of Meryl's daughter(s) - do you know the blog Suri's Burn Book? It's a favorite and highly entertaining from the viewpoint of Suri Cruise commenting on other celebrity kids.
And I realize a lot of my posts are about TV lately, but it was winter, I'm weary, and iPad makes streaming and lying in a bed a little too easy.