- So You Think You Can Dance
- catfish (I've only ever seen one episode, but set it to record on the dvr who knows when. And now I'm all in. So crazy.)
- The Daily Show
- The Longest Ride--alright, Nicolas Sparks...alright.
- Agatha play with foil. She's obsessed. Which is the opposite effect foil is supposed to have on cats, but what can ya do?
- "Brother" NEEDTOBREATHE (on repeat. So great.)
- Almost every iTunes "For You" suggested playlist. Specifically all those Beyoncé-related because, duh.
- The dogs next door? In the house behind mine? Both, in some kind of miserable chorus? Yell and bark and lose their minds like its the apocalypse. Agatha and I are not entertained
- Go Set a Watchman, Harper Lee (I'm stretching it out and taking forever to read it because I know that once I finish, the story is over, for real.)
- So You've Been Publicly Shamed, Jon Ronson (he's written several other psychology-related non-fiction books, to include one of my all time favorite books, The Psychopath Test .)
- The Opposite of Loneliness: Essays and Stories, Mrina Keegan (I've just barely started this one, but I know I'm going to love it, since I stood in Target reading the first 20 pages or so & couldn't stop. She went to Yale, was a writer, and died in a car crash a few days after graduating. The book was published posthumously, and one of the essays inside (by the same title as the book) was read almost two million times, I assume inspiring the collection of her work to be published. It's excellent so far.)