Part 1of the season finale left off with the gang letting Annalise in on their little hostage situation. Part 2 opens up with all of them yelling and arguing and Annalise screaming at them all to SHUT UP like the unruly children that they are. We also get a glimpse of Lila taking her last breaths from the POV of the killer, but who is it??! Read More New Show Recap: How to Get Away with Murder 1×15, “It’s All My Fault”
The moment we’ve all been waiting for is finally here! At the end of a very weird day filled with runaway llamas and color-changing dresses (it’s blue and black, btw), we finally find out who killed Lila. Was it Sam? Annalise? Rebecca? None of the above? Let’s recap the first half of the finale and find out! Read More New Show Recap: How to Get Away with Murder 1×14, “The Night Lila Died”
Well, that was a great way to end the first season. Holy cow. Everything that happened in this episode was definitely telegraphed in all the preceding episodes. I appreciated this finale because it gave me all the feels. Seriously, this show needs to stop pulling on my heart strings; they were already so thin from the Parks and Recreation finale. Read More New Show Recap: Marvel’s Agent Carter 1×08, “Valediction”
Much has been written about F. Scott Fitzgerald’s good times — the Gatsby years, the parties — but the aftermath is less examined. Stewart O’Nan’s latest novel, West of Sunset, imagines Fitzgerald’s last stages in life. Centered around his late-’30s Hollywood years, the writer see-saws between struggle and vindication while trying maintain some semblance of family.
Greetings, citizens. Europe has its very own measles outbreak now, isn’t that nice? Not. More about that later. Read More News in Europe: Measles
Over the past decade, pet food and treat related illnesses and recalls, many of which are linked to products from China, have made many pet owners more wary about what they buy their pets. It can be difficult, and sometimes expensive, to provide treats sourced entirely from the USA. Of course, treats aren’t medically necessary, but they’re important for training and good for variety. I’m not a veterinarian, but I keep up with dog news and recalls. Here’s what I know and what’s working for my dogs. Read More What’s Up With Dog Treats From China?
August 24th, 2013 marked the first day I went to work fully and wholly as myself. It has been 18 months since that fateful day. That day also marked the last time my parents saw me in person. Read More Life in Transition: 18 Months