The top two on my list where really hard to pick. This one could have been on the top of the list, but instead, he sits here at number two. Say a quick hello to one of the lone doctors we have seen in The Walking Dead universe and one of the few that ever knew what the virus was, the last man at the CDC, Dr. Edwin Jenner. Continue reading
So this is going to be a random Manic Monday blog because I am reaching out to those who work the 8 to 5 life and grind through each day. I want to ask, what do you take for lunch on a daily basis?
I have tried taking salads in with cut up lunch meat before (not just iceberg lettuce, mixed greens and such), but those are not filling at all and quite honestly, don’t taste that great without a lot of dressing. It’s simple to make, but not that great. I have tried to make basic sandwiches, but honestly, they burn out fast and not being able to get a bag of chips that is decent size at the grocery store is flat out annoying.
So throwing it out to social media and fellow bloggers, what kind of lunch do you throw together? I want to keep the budget in check but also pack something that is decent during the week, so all suggestions are all welcomed.
This is a very random blog and not the norm of the Monday blogs, but I wanted to ask the internet for an answer (This should be interesting).
Ah, Lord of the Rings. This was/is one of the greatest series of movies in my living history. The image above if from Return of the King which, good lord, came out in 2003. Yeah, 14 years ago it came out and when it comes on TNT or TBS, I will still put it on no matter how many times I have seen it.
I love these movies because they are epic on so many levels. The story is great as Frodo and the ring make their way to Mordor but to me, the battles are the best. I love the war scenes as the Orcs, men, elves, and a dwarf all battle it out to save Middle Earth. The Return of the King has arguably the biggest battle in the entire series with Rohan riding to save Gondor. It is so epic as the horse lords ride into the Orcs and save the day, if only for a short time. They are doing well before those elephants get called it. The movies are so good and even after 14 years, they are still great even compared to what rolls out of Hollywood these days.
Next on the list is a character that was an evil go-to man for the Governor but later on became a leader and then was killed by the Gov after he wanted power back. Say hello to the right hand man of the Gov, Caesar Martinez. Continue reading
Yeah, a nature preserve in the middle of a concrete jungle, the Institute for Nature Study sits right next to Meguro in Tokyo. This might be something to add to the Tokyo trip, if I ever get my butt moving and book it already!
So number 4 on the list brings us back to the survivors of the prison back in season three, this time this character does not survive for every long but could have been a solid character if he survived. Say a quick hello and goodbye to Axel. Continue reading
Japan talk on the blog has cooled down quite a bit, which is my fault. Work is still going but the amount of Japan blogs have dropped. I just have not had enough to put together for a cohesive blog to post on the page, so thus, it has been quiet. I need to change that and simply get my ass moving. The end of the month is fast approaching and the goal I set for myself draws closer with it.
So about the title of this quick Monday blog, I watched a video last night of a guy visiting Tokyo and going to a few places I am wanting to add to my dream list. And honestly while watching this video, I got a little tear in my eye and felt some emotion stir up. Why did that happen? Well, I’m not really sure, but if I had to guess its I saw my dream right before my eyes and it seems so far away. This trip is daunting to me, I will up front about that. I have repeatedly said I am afraid to travel alone and to go to such a different country on my own, but I have to find that courage and just make it happen. I am a grown adult that has a dream and I will see it done.