Yes… yes, I went there. I definitely went there. You’ve got to admit this is an accurate portrayal of the seasons currently in some parts of the US.
But it’s Thanksgiving Break! Too bad I have projects to finish.
Meanwhile, since the last time I posted a Weekly Wrap-Up, Bookwyrming Thoughts is SIX! I’m still a little mind blown because 15-year-old definitely did not expect to last long in the blogging world. We’ve evolved like a Pokemon. 😱
This Week’s Posts
- [13 Nov] Is the Shadowhunters TV Show Better Than the Movie? | Sophia Begins Shadowhunters
- [15 Nov] Dark Arts and a Daiquiri by Annette Marie ★★★★½
Red Winter by Annette Marie – I started reading her novels for the Three Mages and a Margarita blog tour and have enjoyed both books in The Guild Codex: Spellbound series, so I’m trekking my way through her other books now as well! Plus, this is on Prime and I might as well put that Prime Student to use in other ways, am I right???
A Study in Charlotte by Brittany Cavallaro – This one is also from Prime! I started this a few weeks ago, but then put it on a back burner because I wanted to read Dark Arts and a Daiquiri.
It’s that time of year again when the projects start slamming in. I’m definitely not excited. Not excited at all (mainly because I’ve procrastinated a little). But I’m a little excited because there’s a Kindle Unlimited Deal going on for $.99 right now… and it’s for THREE MONTHS. I’ve been curious about this subscription system for a while, so I figured why not try it out for a nice deal? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
ALSO, I AM A PUBLISHED AUTHOR ON PROJECT CANVAS. Look at this pretty on Amazon. 😍 I am like 99.9% sure my piece has been laughing at me for the past two years like Roman Torchwick from RWBY.
Lupe is ALIVEEE
I have disappeared for the past month, but I’m back! Thank you, Sophia, for understanding and for visiting me at the hospital! Allow me to explain how I almost died. (FYI I exaggerate all the time).
By the way, I will try to explain this as short as possible.
My right middle finger was infected. I was hospitalized twice because of my finger and the first IV antibiotic that I was given made me throw up. I almost died because I was stubborn to go to the hospital right away. Even if I had a fever of 103 and really bad drug rash from the oral antibiotics. I had surgery done to remove the dead skin the infection killed. The infection did touch my bone a little.
I have MRSA. It is a staph infection that is resistant to antibiotics. That is why I have a PICC line in my left arm. In October, I have not gone to school for three weeks. I did not lose my right middle finger. I never had any issues with my health before. I usually avoid doctors like the plague. This experience made me appreciate nurses, doctors, and surgeons.