This Girl Likes #7

Ahh, Friday!  That glorious close to a week of work that looks back with satisfaction on what has been accomplished and with thankful eyes looks forward to a couple days of blissful inactivity – before it starts all over again.  Oh well.  We'll enjoy it while it's here.  Anyway, I've found a lot of fun stuff this week that I'm excited to share.

First of all, some tweets.  I really like Twitter, and there were a couple this week that made me laugh.

Also, I know this is pretty late, but I saw an awesome quote from Martin Luther King Jr. in my Twitter feed on MLK Day, and I thought I'd share it.  It's such a good one. 

Chris Pratt and Chris Evans made a pretty awesome Superbowl bet a couple weeks ago via Twitter, and I love it!  Read about it here.

I also discovered a new website this week about books (surprise, surprise) called Book Riot.  There are quite a few posts about YA books and feminism stuff, which I don't read, but they have some good ones once in a while, like this one, which offers some books to read if you enjoy Marvel's Agent Carter *raises hand* and this one, which lists plenty of offerings for anyone addicted to tea and books, preferably together, in large quantities. *raises hand again*

And finally, I am kind of freaking out about a new show I've found.  Last week, I was out of stuff to watch (oh, the annoyance of waiting for another Downton Abbey episode to be released), and discovered the show Arrow.  Oh. My. Word.  Now, I am an avowed Marvel fan, and a few weeks ago I am pretty sure I said that I would never watch anything DC, but, it was staring at me on Netflix, begging to be watched, so I caved, and I absolutely love it.  No spoilers (I'm only halfway through the first season), but the Green Arrow is a modern Robin Hood, and he is great.  That's all I'll say, but I am seriously hooked.  I love it way more than I thought I would.

That wraps up what I've been loving over the last week or so!  Have a great weekend, and I will be back on Monday to share the books I will review in February.  Thanks for reading!  xo, Ella

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