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The Weekly Recap (177)

Posted January 17, 2022 by Rowena in Features | 2 Comments

Hey everyone!

The second of 2022 was pretty quiet on my end. I worked every day but even work was quiet. This is usually our slow quarter at work so I expected to be slow but I’m low-key bored, not that I’m going to complain because I know that this period isn’t going to last long. Before I know what’s what, the jobs will be pouring in and I’ll be in hell again so I’m going to enjoy this peace and quiet for however long it lasts.

This week was also the week that our water heater went out. We were without water for two whole days because not only did the water heater go down but we had some serious irrigation issues in our front yard and back yard that caused some slight flooding so we had to get all of that fixed. The water heater was replaced, so I was able to take an actual shower which made me happy. We’re in the process of getting the irrigation issues dealt with so that should be over soon and all will be well again. Fingers crossed.

Now, let’s get into all of the things that I did in the last two weeks since I missed last week’s post…
What I Read


Human Acts by Han Kang | 4 out of 5
Save Me by BTS, Lico | 4.5 out of 5
Bombshell (Hell’s Belles #1) by Sarah MacLean | 4 out of 5
Getting Played (Getting Some #1) by Emma Chase | 2.5 out of 5

My reading has definitely picked up this week but I don’t want to jinx it so I’m just going to be happy that I’m reading again and hope that it continues. I started the year with a buddy read and some book club reads. I’ve already started my fourth read of the year but it’s slow going because I started and almost finished an entire drama in two days. I don’t regret it though because the drama was good.

My favorite read of the week goes to the webtoon, Save Me. The story was fun and though the ending felt a bit rushed, I still rather enjoyed the story as a whole. It was fun to see Jin trying to save all of the boys, getting it wrong and then trying again. If, at first, you don’t succeed, try, try again. It was great. My least favorite read of the week goes to Getting Played (Getting Some #1) by Emma Chase. This is a re-read for me and I don’t remember the dialogue being so cheesy and the characters being so corny.
What I Watched


School 2021 | 3.5 out of 5
Encanto | 4.5 out of 5
Dear My Friends | 4 out of 5

I enjoyed School 2021 and was a little sad that it ended this week. I was really happy with the way that it all ended but was it my favorite k-drama ever? Nah. Still, it was good. Brenna has been telling me over and over how much she loved Encanto so I watched it for myself this week and am super glad that I did. I cried, I rejoiced, and I just loved it all. Great recommendation and if you haven’t watched it yet, I highly recommend that you change that.

I spent my long weekend watching Dear My Friends on Netflix. I wasn’t expecting this drama to be as emotionally charged as it was and I’m super glad that I gave it a go. I can see me and my bestie, Therese acting up like these old ladies and calling Brenna to come and save us from our shenanigans. I can’t wait, haha.


Our Beloved Summer

I’m sad that there are only four more episodes left of this drama. This wasn’t one of those action-packed, fast-paced dramas but I thought the pacing worked for the story being told here. I enjoyed the past and the present lives of Choi Wung and Kook Yeon Soo. Seeing these two finally come together in truth, instead of assumed truths, was so satisfying.

I really love me some Choi Wung and every single time that V’s voice comes on, singing Christmas Tree, my heart breaks and soars because I love hearing V sing.


Ghost Doctor

I started this drama last week because I like Kim Bum but after four episodes, I am still not locked in. I fell asleep in every single episode that I watched and I’m thinking that I’m going to drop this one, which bums me out because I thought that I would enjoy this one a lot more. But, it’s low-key boring to me.

I’m not sure if my boredom is due to the actual storyline or if it’s because I’m not in the mood for it right now but either way, I’m dropping it. I’m not sure if I’m dropping it for good, or if I’m dropping it for now. I guess we’ll find out.


Demon Slayer, Season 2

The highlights of my week continue to be watching Demon Slayer with Therese every Sunday and this week’s episode was too good.

Seeing Nezuko finally get the chance to feel everything that she’s been suppressing ever since she turned into a demon was more emotional than I was expecting. So far, this season is my favorite season and I’m super obsessed. I’m collecting the print manga’s so that I can read everything ahead of the episodes released each week. I’m also watching everything that I can find on YouTube as well. Needless to say, this anime is good as shit.
What I Posted
The Weekly Recap (176)
My Year in Review: 2021 in K-Dramas
The Wednesday Five: My Favorite Dramas of 2021
My To Be Watched Pile: January 2022
Eye Candy Friday: Jung Yi Hyun
The Wednesday Five: Favorite OST Songs
Eye Candy Friday: Lee Yool from 100 Days, My Prince
Eye Candy Friday


Jung Yi Hyun

Happiness



Lee Yool

100 Days, My Prince
What Made Me Laugh

There you have it, my week in review. How was your week?

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The Weekly Recap (176)

Posted January 3, 2022 by Rowena in Features | 2 Comments

First things first…

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Happy New Year, everyone! I hope that everyone has been happy and safe, and healthy lately. I know that it’s been quite a while since I last posted and I’m sorry about that. I was living it up. Haha, not really but I did go to Day 1 and Day 2 of the BTS concerts in Los Angeles and I had an absolute blast. I didn’t take many pictures of myself over there since the first day, I went by myself, and on the second day, I swore I was going to do better but I lied because I was too busy dancing like Jin at the end of the year award shows. Poor Meghan, I was sweating all over her too, haha. For my non-Army friends, this is what I looked like during both concerts…


I sang at the top of my lungs, too so I know that I was featured in every video of the people recording around me. I had an amazing time though. It was crazy how there were so many people there and everywhere that I looked, everyone was masked up correctly. I mean sure, we got a lot of shit for not being loud enough with our fan chants but whatever, I heard the chants, and we were all masked up so can’t nobody can tell me nothing.

Army is different though. I snagged a last-minute ticket for Day 1 since I was in L.A. for Thanksgiving and I went by myself but I never once felt like I was by myself. I was surrounded everywhere that I went. I chatted with other Army while standing in line, waiting to get in. Talked to someone from Canada, from NorCal, even a group of Army that traveled to Inglewood from Korea. Then once I got to my seat, I sat in between two different groups who included me in their concert experience, and though I’m normally very quiet amongst strangers, I felt very comfortable and even pretty grateful to everyone for including me. Two young girls (I’d say about early twenties) sat to the left of me and they were brand spanking new Army. They didn’t know a lot of the older songs but they still cheered with everything they had. Same with the ladies on the right of me. I screamed the fan chants and sang all of the songs loud enough for all of us and even after the concert, I walked out with everyone I sat with and they even walked with me to where I was meeting my best friend who was picking me up from the concert (because of course I didn’t drive, it was madness walking out of the venue but it was complete mayhem driving out). On top of how kind everyone was to me, I also saw trash piled up all nice and neat near all of the trashcans and tripped out seeing that too. It makes sense though because BTS strives to do and be better for us Army so I find myself striving to do and be better for them. I guess everyone at the concert on the days that I was there felt the same way.


The second day, I went with my niece Meghan and I was just as crazy in my happiness then as I was the first day. Brenna and Kenna dropped and picked us up from the concert and while we were walking into SoFi, we made sure that the Army’s around us didn’t walk alone. We helped the Army’s that were there by themselves take pictures, we held their stuff so that they can take pictures, we walked with them inside so they weren’t alone and we also made sure to help others who were lost get to where they needed to be. We sat next to a girl who traveled all the way from Japan by herself so when she tapped me on the shoulder and asked me to help her figure out how to meet up with the Army she sold her seat to, I gladly left my seat to help her figure it out. She was thankful that she gave me and Meghan a bunch of Japanese snacks and I thought that was super cool. We had an absolute blast singing and dancing along to every single song. The concert made Meghan even more Army than she was before and I love being a part of her Army journey. She’s watching BTS Run episodes while she’s on break from school and she’s loving every minute. She’s in grad school to become Doctor Meg so she’s always studying and doing school work. She’s also always stressed out so seeing her enjoy BTS content that makes her laugh and just happy makes me feel good for making her watch BTS videos with me last year.

I can’t freaking wait to see BTS in concert again because the entire show was lit and they performed so well. They were also so stinkin’ funny and just really good at their job. I was thrilled to see Sienna Lalau at the concerts dancing alongside the boys as well. She’s such a great performer as well. The concert was so much fun and ended the year on such a positive note for me. The whole weekend was magic and I can’t wait to do it all again….even jump in the Squid Game to get some concert tickets.

Aside from the concert, I went home again last month to spend Christmas with my Dad so that my siblings can come and go to their in-laws and not have to worry about my Dad being alone. I always have fun with my Dad so I was happy even though we stayed indoors the entire time that I was there because it rained cats and dogs every freaking day. I think the one gripe I had about my trip back home was that I can’t open my sister’s front door so one night it was pouring rain outside and I ordered pho for dinner and when it was delivered, I had to go out the back door, walk all the way around the house to the front, fighting with the wind and the rain that kept trying to blow my umbrella away, all for some damn soup. By the time I got back inside, my pajama bottoms were soaked but the soup was bomb so alls well that ends well.

Alright, let’s get into all of the things that I did last week…
What I Watched


The Red Sleeve (2021) | 4.5 out of 5
The Unforgivable (2021) | 4.5 out of 5
Demon Slayer, S2 E5

I’m so sad that The Red Sleeve is finished. I really enjoyed that show from beginning to end and Lee Jun Ho is fine as hell so I’m gonna miss seeing his beautiful face on my screen.

I also watched The Unforgivable with Sandra Bullock. That movie was good but it was also hard to watch because Sandra really went through it and that ending was bittersweet to me. I wish everything else had been wrapped nice and neat but oh well, the overall movie was a good one.

One of the highlights of my week is watching the weekly episode of Demon Slayer with my best friend, Therese. Our running commentary throughout the episode always makes me laugh. What cracks me up the most is how much we both love us some Tengen and can’t get over how big all of his wives boobs are. Hahaha.
What I’m Reading


Human Acts by Han Kang
Webtoon x BTS
Save Me

I’m finally reading some actual books, you guys! I’m participating in some book clubs this year and the first book up for the RM Book Club is Human Acts by Han Kang. This book is about the uprising in Gwangju and it is pretty dark and just..yikes. I don’t know what I was expecting but I wasn’t expecting so much death off the rip. This story is also told in like second person? It’s like the main character has amnesia and someone is filling them in on what’s going. I’ve never read this kind of story before so it’s interesting.

I also started the BTS webtoons, both of them and I’m really liking Save Me. Not much has happened in Webtoon x BTS so though I liked what I’ve read so far, it ain’t much. I can only read these webtoons in pieces so I’m starting all sorts of webtoons this week, I just know it. I’ll update again next week.
What Made Me Laugh

There you have it, my week in review. How was your week?

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The Weekly Recap (175)

Posted October 4, 2021 by Rowena in Features | 2 Comments

This last week of work has seriously sucked ass. More than one day was shot to shit because everyone is busy, nobody can take any more work so it’s taking me a lot longer to do my work and when people don’t listen, it pisses me off because I can never say what I want to say to them. At least I’ve vented my frustrations to my boss and she seems to hear me and want to make things better for me and my colleagues. We’ll see what this coming week brings me. Fingers crossed that its peace.

Anyway, let’s get into all of the things that I did last week…
What I Watched


Taxi Driver | 4 out of 5
The Vanished | 4 out of 5
Thoughts on This Week’s Episodes



Police University: Ugh, I’m a bit bummed that one of my favorite characters ended up being something that I’m hesitating to believe is actually true. This show is wrapping up and though I think the first half was a lot stronger than the second half, I’m still enjoying this show and I’m still loving the hell out of Sun Ho and Kang Hee and their squad. I’m pretty anxious to see how this all comes together. The end is near and I don’t know how I feel about that yet.

The Great Shaman Ga Doo Shim: This week’s episode was short and not at all sweet. I wanted to smack the hell out of Ga Doo Shim. She’s supposed to be the billy bad ass shaman but it takes her forever to react and make a move when she’s in the middle of fighting the bad spirits. Poor Na Woo Soo, he gotta do everything his damn self because Doo Shim be taking her sweet ass time shaking herself off. Even the annoying girl that likes Woo Soo was faster to step up and fight the evil spirit. Get it together, Doo Shimah!

Lovers of the Red Sky: I’m still really enjoying this show and this week brought the love triangle out and though I’m not a big fan of those damn things, I’m liking the second lead just enough for this one to be interesting. Sorry second lead, I’m still Team Ha Ram.

Hometown Cha Cha Cha: This week’s episodes weren’t my favorite episodes of the show so far but despite the cheesiness and my disappointment in both Hye Jin and Du Sik for some immature shit that had me scratching my head, the way that this week’s episodes ended dimmed my disappointment in the immature way that Hye Jin treated Du Sik before they came out as a couple to the town a bit so I’m glad that alls well that ends well. I am looking forward to the next few episodes though. I’m really wanting to see how Du Sik’s past comes to light.

Lost: Man, this show is such an emotional one and though it’s hard to get through sometimes, I’m glad that I stick with it because even through the slowness of the storytelling, there are bright beaming moments that really gets me right in my heart. Each character is going through their own struggles and struggling to keep it together and I’m pretty anxious to see more.

Yumi’s Cells: Ooh we got jealous Yumi this week and I was so here for it! This show is just too cute for words. Between Yumi’s cells, Woong’s cells, and their sweet romance, there’s a lot going on that I think is so cute so I’m completely invested in this show. The way that the first episode ended was so stinkin’ cute that I can’t stand it. The second episode of the week was a little cheesy but I didn’t mind too much. I just didn’t really understand why it was so hard for Yumi to just be upfront about the damn glass windowed bathroom. What was so hard about telling him it was the only oceanview room left was the one she got? But I guess they needed to go through that entire day to get to that episode’s ending and…hot damn!! 😛

The Veil: I started this show this week while I waited for English subtitles for my other shows and I’m hella glad that I did because this show is good. It’s smart, it’s action packed, and I’m piecing the puzzle right along with the main lead and just like him, I need answers. I’m invested in what happened to him last year before his accident and the romantic in me is curious to see if he hooks up with his partner. I hope so. LOL. The opposites attract thing is really working for me. I can’t wait for more episodes.
What I Listened To


My Universe by Coldplay feat. BTS

This music video gave me life! It’s one of those music videos that warmed me right up. The song is great, the message behind the song and then the video??? Yeah, they did everything right and I love it so much! Hologram JK, the Kim line visual, Hoseok’s space lady love interest, Jimin’s high notes, and Suga owning his verse? Yeah, I love this song and video so much!



Ugh by BTS

This song matched my mood at work every day this week so it got a lot of playing time because can I ugh (ugh)??



Trivia 轉: Seesaw

To mellow myself out after the aggressive flows in Ugh, I listened to Suga calm my ass down with this song. I even did the dance in my head every single time I listened to this.
What I Posted
The Weekly Recap (174)
What Made Me Laugh

There you have it, my week in review. How was your week?

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The Weekly Recap (174)

Posted September 27, 2021 by Rowena in Features | 6 Comments

October is going to be a busy month for me and for my family. So as September winds to a close (and I can’t believe that we’re already heading into the tenth month of the year). Our second October in this damn pandemic. Gah. Anyway, this week was for cementing travel plans. I’ll be in L.A. for a couple of weeks and then traveling back to Denver for a couple of days during the time that I’m in L.A. So I’ve been booking my flights and figuring out where I’ll be staying while I’m away from home.

Then my birthday is in November and Bren booked her doctors and dentist’s appointments so that she’ll be in Vegas for my birthday so I’m thinking that I’m going to make some plans for a girls weekend with my best friends that weekend but it’s still early days for that. I’ll get that figured out in the next few weeks.

Now, let’s get into all of the things that I did last week…
What I Watched


Squid Game | 4.5 out of 5
Tomorrow with You | 3 out of 5

I binge-watched Squid Game this week since I was hearing all about it from everyone, everywhere. Some of my favorite mutuals on Twitter were talking about it so as soon as I was done with Tomorrow with You, I jumped right in. I’m not at all mad that I did because it was good, hella gory but the story itself was interesting, there was enough entertainment value to make the entire viewing worth the time. Tomorrow with You was good but it was slow moving in the middle and it just wasn’t my favorite of either of the main leads dramas that I’ve seen so far.
Thoughts on This Week’s Episode

The Great Shaman Ga Doo Shim: We’re almost to the part of the show where the good guys battle the bad guys and I’m so excited for it. This show has captured my interest from the very beginning and that hasn’t stopped yet. I really like Ga Doo Shim and Na Woo Soo and this week’s episode ended on a sweet note. A sweet note that was kind of bittersweet for them since they both think the worst of their situation.

Lovers of the Red Sky: I’m completely caught on this show and it’s battling for first place in my favorite shows of the moment. I’m really enjoying this historical drama, a lot more than I anticipated since historical dramas aren’t my favorite. Still, both Ahn In Yeop and Kim Yoo Jung are fantastic actors and are really doing their thing in this show.

Hometown Cha Cha Cha: Another fantastic week of fresh episodes. I just adore this show so much. The village continues to charm the socks right off of me and while I feel bad for the second lead, I’m sorry dude but Hye Jin is not meant for you. I ship Hye Jin and Dong Sik so hard and I’m even loving the hell out of the romance between the cop and Hye Jin’s best friend. I just love how stinkin’ wholesome this entire show is and I’m already thirsty for more. This show makes me so happy and there isn’t a male lead that I’m loving more than I’m loving Chief Hong right now. I can’t deny it anymore, either. *swoon*

Lost: The pacing for this show is slow but I don’t think that takes away from my enjoyment. I’m really liking the way that each story being told here is slowly unrolling and I have every faith that once everything is out in the open, the wait will have been worth it. There’s a lot going on with every single character and seeing each of them live their lives while they’re all just so damn sad has me cheering them all on. From Kang Jae to Bu Yeong to Tak and Min Jung, their stories are interesting and I’m completely invested.

Yumi’s Cells: Ooh, early days dating is captured so cutely in this week’s episodes. It’s kind of weird for me to not despise Ahn Bo Hyun in a drama since I haven’t watched him in anything since Itaewon Class but oh man, I love him to pieces in this show. He’s really doing his character justice. Kim Go Eun’s character doesn’t stand a chance and I’m so here for seeing both of their characters grow together in love. Happy sigh.

Dali and the Cocky Prince: I started this show over the weekend even though I’m already watching 10 other shows but I’m not mad about it. I really enjoy Kim Min Jae and am looking forward to what he’ll bring to this new role. So far, so good and I’m already looking forward to the next episodes.
What I Listened To


My Universe by Coldplay feat. BTS

This song dropped on Friday and there isn’t a thing that I don’t love about it. From Chris Martin’s vocals to each of our boys shining in their own way, making this song just super special for all of us BTS fans around the world. I really like this collaboration and seeing the genuine respect that Coldplay and BTS have for each other makes this song even more special.



Film Out by BTS

Yeah, I’m still streaming and loving the hell out of this song. I haven’t paid much attention to any of their Japanese songs outside of this one and Let Go but these two are some of my top songs of their entire discography so I should really check their other songs out. But yeah, I’m streaming this song a lot more these days than some others that are on my regular rotation.



Spring Day by BTS

This is probably one of the only songs that I can sing along to the entire song…even Suga’s part. So it’s constantly playing. I’m always streaming this video or the song on Spotify. This song slaps so freaking hard. Love it.
What I Got


The Legacy (Off Campus #5) by Elle Kennedy

You’d think that I would stop buying books if I’m not reading them but my dumbass just keeps on adding to my TBR pile every month and this book is the newest addition. I love this series so getting short stories for each of the couples that I’ve come to love sounds like a good time to me so I’ll definitely be making room in week to read this.
Eye Candy Friday


Lee Gil Yong

The Witch’s Diner
What I Reviewed


D.P. | 4.25 out of 5
Uncontrollably Fond | 2.75 out of 5
What I Posted
The Weekly Recap (173)
The Wednesday Five: My Favorite Second Leads
Eye Candy Friday: Lee Gil Yong
What Made Me Laugh

There you have it, my week in review. How was your week?

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The Weekly Recap (173)

Posted September 20, 2021 by Rowena in Features | 4 Comments

This week was a quiet one here in Las Vegas. I didn’t do much outside of work, watch my kdramas, blog hop (I promise I’m reading everyone’s blog posts, I’m just not very chatty right now. Ugh, I need to get over myself already), and keep up with all things BTS.

I will say that work has been kicking my ass the last couple of weeks. I’m a regional staffing manager so as the jobs pour in, it’s my job to staff them. I have 24 hours to staff projects before they hit my naughty list and with how busy everyone’s been, my naughty list has been growing overwhelmingly long. I haven’t seen the bottom of my dashboard in weeks. I’m grateful that Brenna hasn’t seen an influx of work the way that I do because I wouldn’t want her to be as stressed as I am right now. Please pray for me!

Bren lives in Utah and this past weekend she was able to meet up with a bunch of my cousins that live in Utah and meet a lot of her cousins for the first time so that was nice. It was a family potluck and she had a good time so I’m glad. She even made plans to hang out with the family soon so that makes me happy. I’m glad that she’ll be forming friendships and solid relationships with family that we haven’t been all that close with in the past.

Now, let’s get into all of the things that I did last week…
What I Watched


Search (2020) | DNF
Twenty (2015) | 5 out of 5

I started Search because I thought I was in the mood for something on the darker side but after two episodes, I put it aside because I was wrong. I wasn’t in the mood for it so I put it aside. I’m not sure when I’ll pick it back up again but I haven’t dropped it so there’s that. I ended my week of kdrama watching by watching a movie with my guys Kang Ha Neul and Kim Woo Bin. *grin* They’re so stinkin’ fine!!
Thoughts on This Week’s Episodes


The Great Shaman Ga Doo Shim: I knew that home dude was a shady motherfucker. I still wish that this show was longer than it is because I’m always left wanting more but this show is still really good and I’m still loving the hell out of Doo Shim and her partner in crime, Woo Soo. That Principal needs to go down!

Lovers of the Red Sky: I’m all caught up on this show and I am loving the hell out of it. I’m loving the chemistry between the two main leads and I’m loving how fiercely devoted to her survival that the female lead seems to be. This is still my favorite drama right now but Hometown Cha Cha Cha sure is giving this one a run for their money.

Hometown Cha Cha Cha: Would you believe that my dumbass almost DNF’d this show? City girl got on my damn nerves in the first two episodes so I was slow to watch the rest but I fixed that right up this week and am so glad that I did. I love this damn show! It’s so stinkin’ wholesome and is the perfect drama to start after finishing the greatness that was Racket Boys. I’m hella loving the small village folks and I hella love me some Chief Hong. I don’t want this show to ever end! I want to feel all the feels forever because that hug at the end??? GAH, I FREAKING LOVE THEM!

Lost: I’m not going to lie, I’m spending a whole lot of time watching this show confused af. What happened to the female lead to make her so depressed and just down on her luck? Are the main guys two best friends going to get together? I have so many questions and I’m a little frustrated that I’m not getting the answers that I want as quickly as I want them but I have to admit that despite all of the confusion, I’m invested in what’s going on. I’m invested in both of the main leads stories, I’m invested in the secondary stories and I’m really invested in finding out the truth behind what happened to the third best friend. I’m hooked.

Yumi’s Cells: My girl Kim Eun Go’s back at it with another drama and I’m really here for this show. Its got that Inside Out feel to it and I really enjoy her acting so I’m already hooked. I’m loving all of Yumi’s cells and I’m really loving seeing Choi Min Ho in a drama. I haven’t seen him in one since Hwarang and I never finished that show. Still, so far I’m really enjoying this show and I can’t wait for next week’s episodes.

Tomorrow with You: I started this show and am really enjoying it. I am really loving the hell out of Shin Min Ah in Hometown Cha Cha Cha (haha, after hating her in the first episode) and you guys already know that I love me some Lee Je Hoon so it was a no brainer for me to start this one while in between fresh episodes of all of the other shows I’m watching. I’m about 6 episodes in and I’m liking it a lot. I can’t wait to dig right back in. Lots of great stuff happening.

What I Streamed for BTS


Permission to Dance by BTS

I’m still going strong for this song because I adore it to pieces. I love the message behind, the choreography, and just the song in general. Such a great, feel good song.



Butter remix feat. Meg Thee Stallion

Along with Permission to Dance, I’m still streaming the hell out of this song. I listen to it a lot in my earphones so my sister, who works right next to me won’t be annoyed that I can’t get over this song. I swear I’m Meg thee Stallion when her part comes on.



Just One Day by BTS

This song was where it all started for me becoming Army. I heard this song on TikTok right after I had learned all of the boys names and fell in absolute love with the song. I ain’t turned back since. This song is so freaking good.

What I Got


Gunmetal Magic by Ilona Andrews
Magic Stars by Ilona Andrews
Blood Heir by Ilona Andrews
Diamond Fire by Ilona Andrews
Sapphire Flames by Ilona Andrews
Emerald Blaze by Ilona Andrews
The Heart Principle by Helen Hoang
The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood
The Royals Next Door by Karina Halle
On Location by Sarah Echavarre Smith

I’m in the process of building my personal library and though it’s slow going, it’s really coming together. I purchased a bunch of print books to add to my shelves and I can’t wait to see my shelves all filled up with my favorite books since those are the books that I’m purchasing again. It’s been so long since I’ve purchased print books that I forgot all about the excitement I used to get when books were delivered. Now, if I could just start reading the damn books, I’ll be completely set. Wish me luck on that.
Eye Candy Friday


Kim Namjoon

RM from BTS
What I Reviewed


My Roommate is a Gumiho (2021) | 4.25 out of 5
Racket Boys (2021) | 5 out of 5
What I Posted
The Weekly Recap (172)
The Wednesday Five: My K-Drama Girl Crushes
Eye Candy Friday: Kim Namjoon from BTS
What Made Me Laugh

There you have it, my week in review. How was your week?

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