I haven't had a lot of things itching to get out of my mind lately, but I've been wanting to write something - so I thought I would throw something together. A hodgepodge, if you will. I figure a paragraph on everything will do.
- I was introduced to reddit a few weeks back; I had heard of the website before, but never really made use of it. It looked like a jumbled mess to me, and when occasionally I'd find reddit in search results, I didn't know how to navigate it. I'm still no pro at it, but I get it now and it has given me new things to read about.
- This week I've been dropping pounds like crazy. It hasn't been due to any extra exercise (that was last week...I put in some extra time due to some external pressure that ended up being unfounded). The main difference this week has been smaller dinners by using portion plates. Oh, the best part? I'm down 14.17% body fat - or, 39.3 lbs since November 2013. Crazy!
- 2048 is a simple yet addictive game. In short, the object is to move numbered tiles around a grid and combine them to ultimately create the number 2048. I've gotten has high as 1024, but that's about it. I'm close...I can feel it!
- A while back I watched Thor: The Dark World. It's not a perfect movie, but I found it really enjoyable - which is great for a character I've hardly related to in the past. I've never been a big Thor fan, so it's great that the movies can make the character relevant to me. Good comedic moments balanced with action set pieces.
- The Blue Jays are on a roll. Sort of. They had a spectacular month of May, which has set them up great considering the mediocre performance they've put forth in June & July. They've picked it up since the All-Star Break, but they have a long way to go if they want to do anything in the post-season. Sounds like Jays fans are excited again though, which is good...it's been too long.
- Recently read The Giver; I really liked this novel. It's really short, so it's an easy read. I gave it five stars on Goodreads, though thinking back to the book, it's not spectacular. Don't get me wrong - I'd still rate it five stars; but a book like Brave New World or 1984 are more up my alley than this was. Have you seen the trailer for the movie coming out soon? It looks terrible!