Last Sunday evening brings both horrible sadness, horror, grief, and in the slimmest sense, relief. Just as my mother and I arrive home and the family readies for dinner; my father, who despite everyone's best efforts in watching for problems from what appeared to be a minor case of the flu, coughs, and begins to fade away. His new heart, the miracle that was nearly beyond hope nearly 13 months ago, has stopped. Despite my sister and mother's best efforts, the EMT and what had to be half of the emergency response of our little city, and the tireless work of the hospital staff, his new heart would not restart.
It's only hitting now, the fact
What follows will be my thoughts, feels, reviews and synopsis of the series by episodes.
In a odd turn of events, mostly dealing with the possible and at the time guaranteed closing of our store to which only changed less than 24 hours from our final day, my family began an interesting journey through watching TV through a computer located behind our set. Basically my brother-in-law the pirate has amassed nearly a petabyte of shows and movies. My family has made a habit of watching a few shows together (Like Grimm, Agents of Shield, and Gotham), and others we have each tackled separately, often bringing the interest in that
Bored to tears about the usual quizes and needing something to occupy my brain I went looking for quiz's and found this nerve inducing little one but thought it interesting to see what people would write, if anything at all. Given some of the questions it makes me feel like a girl wondering if so and so will write in those columns but meh. It gives me time to continue writing my Arrow review journals.
1. Who are you?
2. Are we friends?
3. When and how did we meet?
4. How have I affected you?
5. What do you think of me?
6. What's the fondest memory you have of me?
7. How long do you think we will be friends?
8. Do you love me?
9. Do y