I’ve been ‘quarantined’ for the past month indoors due to having waves of fever and living with a biohazard family. (They were also sick). For me it can turn quite deadly having an illness as it stands, so it’s been quite frustrating when the only haven was my bedroom for the most parts. Having wiggled my big toe and telling myself to try to fight the pain, I’ve only just managed to make good use of my writing fingers to blog once again. As we approach the end of February, so does my monthly dose of favourite things I enjoyed in the short month.
Summoners War was a great gem to find by ‘accident’ whilst browsing for a good role-playing game. It is an rpg form of gaming which consists of battles in different stages in which you level up to the maximum 40. You can also buy equipments with mana stones (the blue stones shown in the picture), to aid in building your island.
I wouldn’t say the adventure was true of what a role-playing game should look like in my eyes since you can’t explore any areas and you stand in one spot taking turns to fight the computer animated monsters, (something i normally despise), however the fun is in the summoning of special monsters at random which attribute to making your team stronger. If you have the patience to wait out your energy (literally) then it can be a fun way to spend some time.
When I have gone out to dine recently, one of my favourite restaurant has been Giraffe, a friendly, lively place which isn’t as crowded as it seems. The food fills your stomach with the most delicious meals you could want and it feels better with the colder months to have a plateful of hearty chicken and some mash. They have a variety of different types of food to choose from whether your vegetarian or not and they never fall short of delivering with high expectations.
Ed Sheeran is a man of many talent, from his times on the radio to having reached number one hits on the u.k charts, fans have gone wild crazy to see him live that he’s shows are almost always sold out worldwide. What i like about Ed is the fact he almost always performs as a one man band which is impressive and works so well for him, it’s unique as a mainstream artist of todays’ society and he performs so great live aswell, no lip synching and no jazz needed, this man surely will go far. I’m also loving this particular song in my playlist.
I admit I can never sit through an entire hour of the oscars even with the commercials (that’s probably why), but I attempted to this year and it was worthwhile to see Neil Patrick show us his musical skills which wasn’t half as bad as his comedy. I liked this opening for this year particularly because it had a nostalgic feeling when all the movies were mentioned, it reminds us of the beauty of all these classics.
Film of the Day: Surrogates (2009) Directed By Jonathan Mostow (based on the comic series by Robert Venditti)