I haven’t done a “Trending In My Life” for quite some time I realized. I got out of the habit of blogging or vlogging there for a few months. So I thought I’d give a little update. I don’t think I’ll try to do these monthly anymore, but I will try to do them periodically as things change.
Game: Going right back to THE SIMS with this one. It’s been a long time since I’ve been able to play for any amount of time. But since I recently sold my iPad Pro and purchased a decent laptop computer, I am able to get back to playing again.
TV Show: CW’s No Tomorrow, streaming on Netflix. And Awake, also streaming on Netflix. No Tomorrow is a very upbeat romantic comedy that makes you look at what you would do if the world was coming to an end in the very near future. It helps you explore the possibilities of stepping outside your comfort zone and taking chances in your life to make your life more fulfilling. A very fun adventure, and I’m sure hoping for a 2nd season! Awake is about a man who got into a major car accident and is living 2 realities. In one reality he lost his wife in the crash, and in the other he lost his son. I’ve only gotten through the pilot plus a little more, but very intriguing so far, for sure.
YouTube: I’m no longer watching YouTube regularly, so the YouTuber section will now be discontinued. For that matter I’m really no longer vlogging anymore either. I enjoy writing a lot more than speaking into my camera. I’ll still post the occasional video of things that we’ve been doing, concerts, etc. But vlogging is on hold for now.
Music: I’m always looking for new music. Recently some of the bands I’ve been listening to are Pop Evil, Highly Suspect, Red Sun Rising, and Twenty-One Pilots. I’ve even seen 3 of those 4 in concert this year so far!
Interest: As always, I’m learning as much as I can about the Panniculectomy surgery I had and about the Breast Reduction I have coming up. I tend to research medical things that are going on with me as much as possible so I can be prepared. I do this by reading not only medical articles, but by trying to find patient testimonials as well. I found a site RealSelf.com that has been helpful with finding other patients to network with. And of course I’ve been trying to put as much info out there as possible too, for anyone looking for information from the patient point of view.