Week in review: 18 – 24 April 2016

I need to hurry up today, writing this post. Basically, I’ve got 12 minutes left because that is when Game of Thrones starts. I have waited for months for the sixth season to start, and it took me some time today to figure out how I can stream HBO online using my Xfinity account (that is my internet provider). Thank god it is possible to live stream at all. It probably also is a sign that I should consider buying a TV – there’s this huge TV entertainment system box – whatever it is really called – lying around in my room anyway. When I signed up for the internet, the TV stuff was included as well for the same price. Especially tonight I am very glad that I chose to get this because I mean: Game of Thrones. There are going to be dragons, fights, killings, love stories – and I still hope for Jon Snow to return. I’ve even bet against a friend that Jon Snow will return from the dead during the season. I hope I won’t get disappointed. And it’s not even like I usually watch many series. On the contrary, there are very few series that capture my attention. Mostly I like series that contain some kind of fantasy elements, but also are guided by our real world – like Vikings or GoT. That pretty much is in line with my taste in books.

Sorry, it’s 9 p.m., and it starts … bye! Have a great night!

|Watched| Fack ju Göhte 2, the musical “Lion King” on Broadway
|Read| Extreme productivity
|Listened to| nothing in particular
|Done| spent several days in NYC, took day trips to Rockport and Cape Cod
|Eaten| lobster, burgers, cheesecake
|Drunk| water, coffee
|Thought| Ehm, what about another week of spring break?!
|Been happy| about many things like my friend getting married
|Laughed| e.g. when watching the German movie “Fack ju Göhte 2”
|Desired| my own car
|Bought| two wonderful bath ducks (I love them, and then there was a whole shop full of them in Cape Cod)
|Clicked| mostly Instagram

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