The Writer They Call Tay (awanderingbard) wrote,
The Writer They Call Tay
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I'm still here.

I'm still alive. Mostly. Sorry I've been absent of late, for about three weeks now I've had pretty much chronic migraines. So I've been doing a lot of sleeping, because, what can you do? In between sleeping I've been doing a lot of icon making and watching of movies and British panel shows, since those are somewhat mindless and my mind hurts. I know I've missed commenting on important events in my f-listers' lives, so I apologize for that.

If anyone is curious, here is how I would rate the numerous movies I've seen lately:

Sherlock Holmes - awesomesauce
Leap Year - started off sort of meh, but got really good
Nine - musical numbers were good, but I still have no idea what the plot was about
New York, I Love You - nowhere near as good as Paris, Je T'aime
The Young Victoria - very good
Pirate Radio - waaay better than I expected it to be. I quite enjoyed it.
An Education - good, but sad and vaguely creepy
The Princess and the Frog - not the princess movies of my youth, but highly enjoyable.
Did you hear about the Morgans? - lame. I love a romantic comedy, but lame.
Up in the Air - We all watched it and enjoyed it, even my Dad, who doesn't like anything.
Tags: misc./non-fic, rantage and randomosity
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