As you may have known, I recently embarked on a journey to read Harry Potter for the first time. It’s been a little over a month now since I started. I’m currently behind on every TV show I watch and I barely leave my house on the weekends. The books have been captivating to say the least. I’ve laughed, I’ve cried and I’ve told everyone I can about my favorite spells and characters. But with 100 pages to go, it seems my infatuation will soon come to an end and I will reenter life as a Muggle.
We must say 30 days on the road really changes a person. Some things we’re proud of and some things we’re not. At the end of the day, we accomplished exactly what we said we were going to do, give or take a wild night out in Las Vegas. We’ve been in San Diego for about six months now, and we’ve recently found jobs and a permanent roof over our heads. We’d say it’s about the perfect time to get real about what we went through to get here.
As we've been hinting at on the blog and our new instagram (@fireballloft), I've been thinking about my future lately. I have a degree in Environmental Science, but an opportunity outside of my field has arisen as of late and I'm going to go for it. I felt like this was the perfect chance to have a little fun with my new field and take you all on a journey.
We’ve made it pretty clear by now how much we love television. We’re always on the hunt for new shows, and a large number of our conversations revolve around the latest things we’re watching. So, it should come as no surprise that our latest tv obsession is the same as everyone else’s: This Is Us.
Its about time we reimagine Shakespeare as he would've liked. The man obviously understood art, but we give him little credit for his love of food. Methinks, Romeo is a just a personified substitute for french fries and our girl Juliet is a stand-in for ketchup... Want me to write your next English paper, anyone?