The 13th & 14th; Need another project.
The 13th of January. Not so much crocheting today. Less time. After breakfast, I did a blog post, then I spent the rest of my morning assembling the monkey. One down, one to go!
Had lunch, then shortly after, Daddy and I went to see La La Land. Not the only ones in today, unfortunately, but the few chatty youths that were there did stop talking when the film started.
I loved it, as expected. I have downloaded the soundtrack already. I shan't express any opinions about what happens because I don't want to spoil it for anyone. There is a scene which pretty much broke my heart because it reminded me so much of dates I went on as a teenager and I don't think I'll ever have that experience again. Bah.
More news tonight about the crisis in the NHS. How the government can keep saying it's okay is unfathomable. Saying that they're giving the NHS more money, but it's not as much as they say, and they refuse to put anything into social care so it doesn't work. They say it's better than last year's winter but the truth is that the really cold winter hasn't even come yet. I'm waiting for this venogram and have been told it'll be in the next ten days or so, but I'm hoping with every fibre of my being that it's not the 21st or 26th. However, if they do want to do it then, I really don't know how I could ask for it to be changed.
The 14th of January.
Crocheting all done. Need another project.
This morning, while watching Saturday Kitchen, I did the other arm and the tail of the bear, then assembled him. He currently is being straitjacketed by some elastic bands to hold his arms in or he will look a bit flail-y, but I'll remove those before Monday morning. Also his eyes are liable to disappear into his head so I might need to warn James about that. Still very cute though.
This afternoon has just been me and Netflix. I finished The OA - it's great and I got very emotional at the end but I'm annoyed because it was ambiguous. I really hate ambiguity - I like everything to be wrapped up in neat packages. Not sure if a second season would be right though.
The other thing I watched was the first episode of A Series of Unfortunate Events. It's really good - they have kind of taken elements of the audiobooks and the film and made it their own (I hate that phrase). I wish they'd asked Stephin Merritt to do the title music, but that is my only criticism. Also I am intrigued by what they did at the end (no spoilers).