Fri-yay: March 29th, 2019

Happy (1)Ok, so it’s Saturday again.  At least I made a conscious decision last night (around 8:30) that I’d put off posting until today.  I’m a little regretful that I haven’t managed to make a post this week, but I’ve been busy trying to get a queue set up for #AtoZChallenge when I’ve been on, and I think I’ve got the first week basically sorted, and even some stuff for beyond that.

Anyway, this week:

I was bitten by the nostalgia bug and was hit, suddenly and without provocation, by the need to find a particular song I was obsessed with about a decade ago.  I finally found it, and along with it came a swell of nostalgia for an old Adidas marketing campaign called Adicolors, for which a series of short films was produced.  My friend Lance and I had a short but intense period of fannishness over these ads.

You can find a link to a playlist for five of the ads here.  The song I was searching for is available in full (on YouTube, which is where I listen to music) and is called “Made,” by Greg Weeks, and is used in a truncated format in the video for “Pink.”

Next, according to Simu’s Insta, Kim’s Convenience Season Three will be available to stream on Netflix on April 3rd, the day after the final episode airs on the CBC.  Which is actually pretty great because 1.) Wednesday’s are typically stressful days for me, and it’ll be nice to have something to relax and enjoy once I’m over that hump, and 2.) I really expected to have to wait a lot longer after the original air date to be able to watch it in the States, so it’s cool they’re putting it up so soon.

Oh, and, uh, you should also check out Simu’s Insta for a few other reasons.

Short one this week, because I deffo haven’t been indulging in self-care the way I should be, but hey, sometimes it be like that.

What’s been keeping you afloat this week?

Author: Jessica Cross

Writer, maker, geek, feminist, mom. Not necessarily in that order.

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