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Weekly Catch-Up: 5/28/16

Here are the non-beauty things that have been grabbing my attention over the past week...

TV: I've recently started to binge watch Gilmore Girls. I grew up watching the show after school but I always planned to rewatch it start to finish and now I've had the time to do just that. Currently I'm in the middle of season 3 and there no longer is a Jess vs Dean debate for me, I'm convinced Dean is stalker like and I much prefer Jess. Which is ironic as when I was younger I hated Jess for breaking up Dean and Rory and now I see that they should have broken up sooner. 

Music: I am an album kinda gal, I mostly listen to albums on repeat until I get sick of them. Meghan Trainor's new album is out and I've had definitely made some favorites already. I love Me Too, Watch Me Do, I Love Me, and Friends. But I've seen that Ariana Grande's new album is out and I kind of need to listen to it asap...

Books: So little story time, When I was like 10 my aunt took me and my cousins along to get a library card cause I've been a book worm for as long as I can remember. Well after like the first book, I ended up losing the card, to years later try to create a new one at the same library, but they wouldn't let me as I already had a card in the system and they told me to find it. I then swore off libraries because they never usually carry the books I want to read anyway. Then, earlier this week, my friend went to the library to go and get a new book and since it was a different library, and I've been in a book rut, I decided to give library card another go and then before I knew it, I was grabbing 4 huge books to read... I picked up The picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde, Billy & Me by Giovanna Fletcher, Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell, and Chesapeake Blue by Nora Roberts. Dorian Gray was suggested by my friend. Chesapeake Blue is the last book in the series that I had started a while ago and I've been waiting to read it as I fall in love with every single character Nora Roberts creates. The other books were ones that I've kept in mind to read over the years. I gave each book a chance and read the first chapter, and to no surprise, Chesapeake Blue is the one I can't stop thinking about so I'm gonna read that first. 

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