Greetings, my friends!
It’s time for the Sponge’s first Bookish Reviewish post of 2023…which actually mainly features books I read at the end of 2022. I guess I’m not quite ready to say goodbye to the previous year yet. That probably won’t be until March or so.
Welcome, one and all, to 2023. We made it, somehow, to another year.
And as a new year dawns, before we put the old year on the shelf to gather dust and nostalgia, we come here to remember the absolutely smashing and dashing characters we met in 2022. Because we must take every opportunity to babble about fictional characters, yes?
Time keeps moving forward. We all know this. It just creeps steadily along, or perhaps flies along at breakneck speed, depending on how you look at it.
And somehow, 2022 is spent. 2023 is upon us.
You know how some characters are just…well…on the obnoxious side? Maybe you get why they are obnoxious (insecurities and such, you know) and you have grace for them. Maybe you love them in spite of it. Or maybe they’re just too obnoxious to be lovable, excuses aside.
I have compiled a list of some characters that could be considered obnoxious, to varying degrees…. They also happen to all be orphans with red hair and quite possibly some level of abandonment issues.
Greetings, my friends!
Today I just wanted to flail a little bit about a few messed up humans who have serious doubts about the human part of that equation. So that’s what this week’s blog post turned into.
Hello, hello, hello!
Jem Jones (the magnificent, the wizard, the grandma) has graced us with another Quirk prompt, as is her custom. And as is my custom, I have written a Quirk in response to it.
Greetings, my dear bloggerly companions!
Well, here I am. I have returned. The show was amazing (truly it was), but I’m glad it’s over because I did want my life back at some point.
Now I have to remember what blogging is.
I’m not here. I’m definitely not here. I’m in 18th century Paris. But I’m just popping by for a moment because I just can’t skip a Quirk. I tried. I promise. But I couldn’t do it.
Happy first day of Autumn, folks!!
Is this going to be an Autumn related blog post? No. No it is not. (I don’t plan like that, as it turns out. I’m just excited that it’s Autumn now. So. Yes. That’s all I have to say about that.)
Today I bring forth Part II of me-sharing-my-random-opinions-concerning-random-gothic-musicals. We’ll be discussing a couple of Phantoms and a couple of Brontës this time around.
(If you want to read Part I, in which I discuss vampires and unstable men of science, it is available for your perusal here.)