Ok, ok I can understand if you had enough of me talking about Good Omens. But… I can’t help it, I’ve been falling head over heels deeper and deeper and deeper. So I thought I would just collect it all in one place, my art (the longer I look at it though, I think I didn’t do them justice, I mean – they’re so perfectly cute irl and not in my illustrations), some videos I can’t stop watching. Also did you know that David Tennant has a podcast? And did the audiobook of ‘How to train you dragon’?? Well you know that now. Take a look at the hashtag #ineffablehusbands to find some seriously funny comics and fan art & check out my post on Instagram, I’ve collected my favourite art about it there. I someday want to make something that makes so many people happy, I mean there are people who have watched the series over and over and over again and then bought the book (or have already read it) and watched every freaking available video about it. And some people wrote 15 pages long texts about the relationship between Aziraphale and Crowley. I want to create something that ripples so much, that spreads so much joy that people can’t think about anything else really. But, let’s be honest – I don’t think I’ll ever do. I mean, nothing can be better than Good Omens. That’s for sure.
Some very nice things I enjoyed watching/listening to. Always obsessing about some Living-off-grid videos, I am actually planning on spending a night in a tiny house this year. And Andrew Scott is just the cutest human being and he says some very interesting things in his interview. And I started the Welcome to Night Vale Podcast this week (why I didn’t do this earlier, I have no idea. I once tried reading the book but I didn’t manage to finish it). The Podcast is the best thing that could happen to me seriously, it is very funny and beautiful and strange. And the weather section is filled with amazing music. I think I will have to make a map of Night Vale soon!
The world is mud-luscious and puddle-wonderful.E.E. Cummings
Enjoy this months mixtape.
April is nearly over, so I thought why not update you on what my month looked like. I didn’t read that much, but watched a lot of great stuff, like at the beginning of April Call Me By Your Name, which I adored (I also read the book after seeing it and the soundtrack was on repeat the whole month), Love, Nina and That 70’s Show. At the end of the month I went to see Lady Bird in the cinema, and I loved the shit out of it too!
Books I read this month
Some of my favourite moments this month
As today is the last day of March, here are a few of the things I have been enjoying this time of the year. Some tv shows I really loved: The End of the Fucking World//Love Season 3//Poldark. Some other things: my new portable oven, a mirror I got for free, that the sun is out longer every day. (Keep scrolling down for my mixtape)
All of the books I read this month:
peter pan stuart horten - 8 münzen und eine magische werkstatt alex, martha und die reise ins verbotene land das herz ist eine miese gegend secrets for the mad fallers große liebe eigentlich möchte frau blum den milchmann kennenlernen gregor & der fluch des unterlandes gregor & das Schwert des kriegers kindergeschichten (bichsler)
Currently reading: das mysterium der tiere/mr. vertigo
I just wanted to drop by and tell you some of my favourite documentaries. I haven’t watched a lot of them, but here are the ones that touched me the most:
1 Simon and Garfunkel – The Concert in Central Park
2 Arctic Monkeys – Suck it and See
3 Sufjan Stevens – Carrie & Lowell
4 Gisbert zu Knyphausen – Hurra! Hurra! So nicht.
5 Juno Soundtrack
6 The Best of Paul Anka
7 Gregory Alan Isakov – The Great Northern Hemisphere
8 Dead Man’s Bones – Dead Man’s Bones
9 AnnenMayKantereit – Alles Nix Konkretes