So, on March 1st, I'm going to start a Buffy re-watch. (March is always a hard month for me because my depression kicks into full gear, so I'm trying to combat that now.) I'm past the halfway point of the US Being Human on Netflix, so I can probably finish that before starting Buffy. (Sally and Nora are the bomb dot com.) I'm also keeping up on The Originals and The 100. I wish I could find a way to keep up with Bitten season 3, but since I don't have a cable subscription I can't and have to wait for it to be on Netflix, which sucks. I also started watching iZombie too late, so I gotta wait for that to be on Netflix so I can watch season 2 from its start.
If you haven't heard yet, I got into the University of Rhode Island's English PhD program, which makes my heart happier than happy. Like, I literally grinned for the better part of 10 hours straight. I've had a bunch of good news lately, so I'm really excited about that. And hey! I finally get to see a neurologist on March 3rd, which I'm strangely ecstatic about. (If you follow me on SnapChat, you know my symptoms have gotten worse again over the past couple of weeks.)
On the other hand, I'm drowning in work (grading for two classes, critique letters for two classes, my thesis, etc.). But so it goes, right? TJ keeps offering to help where he can, which is a life saver. I just hate having to slow down because my symptoms act up. I really only have one speed, and that's "Crazy Determined Ambition Lady."
Right this second I'm balancing baking banana bread from scratch (after making baked flounder and my Garlic Almond Broccoli for dinner) with work (grading and critique letters) and writing a new story for class. I'm waiting on a bunch of stuff (PhD stuff, a publisher and an agent for Devils in the Valley, and whatever else), and I am the literal worst at waiting on things.
But Buffy re-watches make all things better. :)