May 2021 in Review

Hard to believe it is already June. I can’t think of big highlights that happened in May.

Reading:

To Kill a Mockingbird

It took my parents years to convince me to read this. I am actually glad I finally read this. It focuses on Racism and compassion. In addition, it also makes you realize don’t judge someone before you get to know them.

House on the Cerulean Sea

This is an enjoyable read about magical beings. These magical beings are seen as monsters at the nearby village, but are soon accepted after the villagers get to know them better. Where is “home” exactly? That is something that Linus, our main character, learns.

The Movie Musical

For those who want to know the history of movie musicals, this is a must read

Church:

Why can something like church be a highlight? Well, May was when church felt whole again for the first time. It was the first time we were able to sing. In addition, I went to a book recommendation event and bought a new book.

Musicals:

Yes, I didn’t go a musical in May. But, Blumenthal Performing Arts finally said when Wicked tickets will go on sale. I always forget a presale happens before they become open to the general public. The presale is usually for those who are Blumenthal regulars- well, Wicked is one of the upcoming musicals I will see.

Crazy how it is Wicked- it is 2021 and in 2006 I saw the musical for the first time. So at a milestone year, I will be seeing the musical. September 2021 is when Wicked is coming to my hometown.

4 thoughts on “May 2021 in Review

  1. Happy June! Sounds like you had a pretty good month of May! Glad you enjoyed To Kill a Mockingbird; I read it several years ago, and I’m really glad I did. I didn’t anticipate liking it, but it really surprised me.

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