I’m doing a “To Be Read” or TBR list this year and will be reviewing the books I read and give my recommendations to everyone who will listen. Here is the first installment. The books are: Artemis by Andy Weir and Bird Box by Josh Malerman
Ever been on a vacation that you just didn’t want to end? I’d like to think we’ve all been on one of those. As opposed to one that just dragged, those are usually family vacations that you went on when you were younger and didn’t want to go on. We’ve all had those too. Think back. What did you enjoy about it? Is it something you could replicate or was it just the combo of the right time, place and people? How we relax and unwind is a big part of our lives, regardless of how often we do it and where. This episode is dedicated to that line of thought.
Food can be a very fickle subject for some people. Whether it’s texture, morality, taste deficiencies or anything else you can think of. One thing, though, that everyone should be able to agree upon is comfort food. Now, when I use that phrase, I’m not talking in the generic sense of the term. When I use those words in that order, I’m talking about food that makes you feel good. Food that, not matter what, will make you happy, comfortable and content. It could be a home cooked meal by a loved one or an entree at a restaurant you frequent. Regardless of what it is or where it comes from, we all have it and crave it now and again. This is the subject we will discuss today.
My review of the FOX series The Passage. It’s a bit more than 10 minutes, but you’ll understand, won’t you?