~La La Land
I didn't know exactly what to make of the movie, but Another Day of Sun and The Fools Who Dream are extraordinarily uplifting in distinct ways.
Rebel from 2008 is one of my favorite albums right now.
And a lot of other things. 11th grade is actually kind of great.
~The Secret Thoughts of An Unlikely Convert by Rosaria Buttterfield
I wrote this on Goodreads....
This is incredible. Rosaria Butterfield tells her conversion story from practicing lesbian and feminist to Christian homeschool mom in a warm but convicting manner that always pointed me back to the One who grants salvation.
Reading this was definitely a highlight of my fall. So good.
~Institutes of the Christian Religion by John Calvin
Whew. This is intense, but it's helped me understand my faith thoroughly and joyfully.
~Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare
It's always a good arrangement when school assignments are fun. Life hack, though: watch a good movie version of the Shakespeare play before reading said Shakespeare play. For Much Ado About Nothing, I'd recommed the Kenneth Branagh/Emma Thompson adaption(well, minus a couple scenes).
~The Flash and Downton Abbey(for a second time, yes) with my sister
~old-ish classics like Jaws and The Truman Show and The Matrix, which is old right?
~eating chocolate chip cookies
Semisweet chocolate chips taste so grown up.
~waiting *cough* patiently for snow
~trying out Twitter
You can find me at, https://twitter.com/meredithmayj .
What have you been up to this fall? Are there any songs or albums you're particularly fond of at the moment?