Weekly stuff

It’s been an interesting week. An anxious week and a busy week. I was diagnosed on Monday with Asperger’s Syndrome. It wasn’t a great surprise but I’m trying to come to terms with it and what it means for me. In between I’ve been feeding my friends cats, taking some photos and watching underwhelming horror movies. I was starting to feel reluctant to review them because I don’t want to produce negative reviews all the time. I watched Hereditary on Saturday and that was much more my thing. That will have a review. I also watched Ghost House with Scout Taylor-Compton which was a mish-mash of lots of Asian horror ideas and the ghost/creature was horrendous…and not in a scary way. American Horror Story Apocalypse is really ramping up on episode 3. Deaths, mutants, witches oh my! Michael Langdon is starting to develop into his role, when at first I thought he was wooden. The story is starting to reveal itself and I thought it was a great episode. I was hoping to watch The Haunting of Hill House but had technical issues with Netflix. Currently trying to read The Forgotten Child by Melissa Erin Jackson but people keep interrupting me. I took some gorgeous photographs out and about. It hasn’t been feeling much like autumn though in the UK, it feels unseasonably warm and we have winds from Storm Callum. So here’s some photos I took along my travels this week. I feel so lucky that I can find these little pockets of beauty right in the middle of town.

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About thewytchinghourblog

I'm a horror loving librarian with the need to share reviews of everything horror, gore and spooky related. I'm an avid reader of books, mainly horror, definitely supernatural. I'm a pagan and like to define myself as an eclectic witch. Halloween/Samhain is my favourite time of year from everything pumpkin spiced, the scent of decay and the veil between worlds thinning. So, here we are to share all things blood splattered, things that go bump in the night and crawl out of the darkness.
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2 Responses to Weekly stuff

  1. Alicia says:

    Sorry to hear about your diagnose and all the anxiety and thoughts that come with it. Coming to terms with it is a journey and I wish you can soon find that middle point that balances life. Those pictures are so wonderful! you inspire me to go out and try to find little pockets of beauty as well 😀

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