I feel like I usually have a lot to say on here since there are often a lot of things going through my mind. I’m a thinker after all. I ponder. And dwell on things. Hence why I started this blog, to process it and share with others. My thoughts, ideas, ghosts, visions, troubles, issues and what have you. But now it feels like I’m a sort of trance again. Everyday rut. There are some bad news as well. One of my better colleagues is leaving, and my health is coming and going. It’s tough. But yeah, let’s leave it at that for now.

This weekend was spent with friends and trying to regain some energy as I’ve been struggling with a cold for the latter half of the week. Saw some good friends that I see far too seldom. I usually just run into them when “downtown” or when I’m in the movie theatre. They’re both very good persons though and I feel that I should probably be around them more often. Also been playing some games. Finished Dishonored which was a really good game that I’ve been keeping in my game library for a while. I really want to play the DLC but it’ll have to wait. Need to finish up Alien Isolation which is the second game we played. I want to get to BioShock Infinite DLC as well, which I already own.

We also watched this movie called Fury about a tank crew during world war two. Yet another war movie I thought but it actually turned out really good. Good acting and some memorable scenes. Once again it strikes me how precious life is. And how short it is. You really ought to cherish what you have while you still have it. There’s another movie that I want to watch as well that is called The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby. What’s interesting about this movie is that there are two sister movies to it. The film itself is about a couple and each of the two sister pieces shows the respective partners side of things. So they’re called Him and Her quite neatly. I think it’s a good concept. Two good actors as well in James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain.

Now I ought to get some sleep so I’m ready for another week at work. Yeah. Take care precious people. Hope you’re all good!