April 2023 Rewind
Did you miss any of my blog posts this month? Don’t worry; I’m always here to keep you caught up!
April is filled with so many family birthdays that I have no idea how I managed to maintain a consistent post-schedule. With so little time, I stuck to what I love most: watching TV. I watched season 4 of Love is Blind and questioned whether I enjoyed it anymore. I watched Murder Mystery 2 and laughed endlessly. I watched Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies and fell in love with every aspect of the show. George and I found common ground in our interests and watched Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves for a date night, and we loved it. I watched the hit show, Beef and was astounded by the dynamic storytelling while representing the Asian community.
Admittedly, with so much going on, I did need a break and decided to do that with a haiku in celebration of International Haiku Poetry Day.
However, I’m never too tired to highlight my April Featured Artist, Axell. At a young age, he has gone on tour in New Jersey and releases music weekly. He is constantly improving to make a future for himself in the music industry.
April might’ve been busy, but I’m so glad that I returned to what I love and the reason I started this blog. I can watch what I love and bring awareness to other artists doing what they love and not burning out in the process.
Is Netflix’s Love is Blind Still Worth Watching?
After four seasons of marriage disasters, why are we still watching Love is Blind?
Murder Mystery 2: A Silly Movie For Laughter
With so many varied agendas in media, Murder Mystery 2 only has one goal, to entertain.
Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies Inserts Modern Feminism into a Classic Story
Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies adds modern twists to the original movie.
Rising Musician, Axell, is Quickly Making A Name For Himself
Axell's talent, work ethic, and ambition prove he has a promising future in the music industry.
International Haiku Poetry Day: Tired
International Haiku Poetry Day was yesterday, so it's obviously time to celebrate.
Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves Movie Review From Someone Who’s Never Played the Game
Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves had big shoes to fill compared to its game source material.
Netflix’s Beef Puts Asian American Experiences At The Forefront of Entertainment
Netflix's Beef fantastically depicts the internal fight between classism, culture, and mental health.
Now that you’re all caught up be sure to stay tuned to keep up with more discussions with me, Damaris!