November was kind of… unpleasant? No no! That’s not right. I don’t want to sound ungrateful. It was a nice month, it was easy and not busy. Mr. T was at home with me at the weekends. We were healthy, went on dates, did a little shopping etc. It was me being unpleasant from time to time during the month. November was nice and December started even way nicer.
First of all, we were in front of the TV most of the time because we started to play Shadow of the Tomb Raider. It’s winter time, it’s cold and this was the best option to spend time. I’m about to finish the game, I’m taking it slow because this is the last game in this reboot trilogy. I loved each one of them.
Anyway, yes Xbox have control over our lives now but we spent a nice weekend with my family when the weather was not this cruelly cold. I started to spend more and more time in the kitchen, trying new recipes, particularly cookies. Mr. T was not working on Saturdays so we enjoyed weekend breakfasts together. We even had an amazing pizza-wine night, it was so much fun.
We spent the nights as usual, movies, books, series and date nights. We started to watch the third season of The Crown. I watched the fifth season of How To Get Away With Murder. I love legal dramas! And books, I mean graphic novels that I read in November. First one is Le Féminisme en sept slogans et citations by Anne-Charlotte Husson. Next I read Les Petits Ruisseaux by Pascal Rabaté. Then I read Léon la Came by Sylvain Chomet and lastly Pyongyang: A Journey in North Korea by Guy Delisle which was truly interesting. Well, it was entirely a graphic novel month.
We watched 10 movies in November. Two of them were documentaries and one of them was a horror movie and I loved it! One of the best movies I’ve seen in 2019: Hereditary.
It’s seriously all for November 2019. It was a typical, nice but cold last month of autumn. We were healthy and happy. We had food to eat, a comfy bed to sleep and a warm home to come to. How could I dare to call it unpleasant?
I wish you a happy and wonderful December, the last month of the year.