Monthly Wrap Up is a monthly (duh) feature on Stay and Watch the Stars! It’s the place to find out what’s going on in my life, what I’ve read, what I’ve posted, and more!
Just so you know, this wrap up is a day early because tomorrow is Music Monday and I didn’t want to post twice in one day.
What I posted:
I fangirled over Halsey and explained why everyone should be listening to her.
I reviewed The Unlikely Hero of Room 13B by Teresa Toten.
What’s up in my life:
I dyed my hair blue! Well, actually, it came out as a really pretty turquoise color- some parts are bluer and some parts are actually green. I’m suuuuuuuuper happy with how it turned out.
On the less happy side… school started again. I’m taking so many classes this semester (SO MANY) but all of them are pretty fun except for chemistry and math. So, assuming I can stay on top of it all, it should be okay.
A bunch of friends and I are planning to cosplay the Avengers at a local comic convention in October! I’m really excited about that. I’ll probably be going as Black Widow, as long as I can get a costume together in time. It shouldn’t be too hard, though, since I have a kind of last minute Agents of SHIELD costume I made a few weeks ago to use as a base.
So, I mean, that’s mostly it that month. Cool classes, and a LOT of work to do.
What I’m Listening To:
Bands/ Artists: New Politics, Nirvana, Halsey, Melanie Martinez, Marina and the Diamonds, twenty one pilots, Walk The Moon, Fall Out Boy, Gerard Way
Albums: Cry Baby (Melanie Martinez), Room 93 (Halsey), Vikings (New Politics), Electra Heart (Marina and the Diamonds), From Under the Cork Tree (Fall Out Boy), Hesitant Alien (Gerard Way)
Currently Listening To: Keep on Keepin’ On by Travie McCoy ft Brendon Urie
You gotta keep on keepin’ on, even with the feeling that you’re gonna keep losing, you gotta come back strong
Newly Released Songs I Love:
Drive by Halsey
All we do is drive, all we do is think about the feelings that we hide
West End Kids by New Politics
Used to hold our voices like a prison cell, but now we’re shouting from the rooftops
How was your summer? What were you reading, and what music were you listening to?