June was an okay month.
I was on holiday for most of the month so I had a lot of free time.
My brother’s birthday was this month.
I started watching Game of Thrones from the beginning. I think it’s an absolutely brilliant series. I’m currently on S05E02 and that took me about 4 days. I kept off watching it until I read the books but I realised I probably won’t ever get to it. My favourite characters are Tyrion Lannister and “Mother of Dragons”.
I read five books this month
Saving Dapo by Seun Odukoya – an interesting read but not very fascinating. I wrote a review of the book for artsandafrica
Sector IV by Abigail Anaba – Nigerian historical romance set in the East during the Biafran war. An interesting premise but a little underwhelming at the end. I got a first draft of the book. A full review will be up soon.
The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman – Great read. Insightful, but the tone was very condescending and can be off putting.
Accidentally on Purpose by L.D. Davis – It was okay. A bit tedious to read. Review here
Madam by Jeannette Angel – memoir about a former madam and the world of prostitution. Review here
My favourite song at the moment is Anthony Hamilton’s “The Point of It All”
I was in the hospital twice this month. Both times it was typhoid. So I’ve switched to drinking only bottled water which is quite expensive for me with no work but health first and all of that.
In other things I watched, I saw Predestination. If anybody can be so kind to explain it to me I’d appreciate it. Because my brain started hurting. What in the world happened in that movie. What’s the point?
In Case You Missed It
You can check out all the Links I Loved in the month of June. You might find something you like.
There’s a post on why The One is not The One. There’s no such thing as the one.
You can read my random musings on marriage, movies, saying sorry, and family here.
That would be all. Here’s to a fruitful rest of the year.
How was June? What new things did you discover and enjoy?
Grace and peace.