September 2021 Week 3 Recap

Here we go, straight into this week’s numbers.

Tuesday 9/14

  • Reading: 2% of El Señor del Caos, ~90 minutes
  • Watching/Listening: 1 episode of Kiwillius, ~60 minutes
  • Speaking: reading out loud, ~30 minutes

Wednesday 9/15

  • Reading: 2% of El Señor del Caos, ~90 minutes
  • Watching/Listening: 1 episode of Kiwillius, ~60 minutes
  • Speaking: reading out loud, ~30 minutes

Thursday 9/16

  • Reading: 2% of El Señor del Caos, ~90 minutes
  • Watching/Listening: 1 episode of Kiwillius, ~60 minutes
  • Speaking: reading out loud, ~30 minutes

Friday 9/17

  • Reading: 2% of El Señor del Caos, ~90 minutes
  • Watching/Listening: 2 episodes of Scooby Doo Mystery Inc, 1 episode of Kiwillius, ~60 minutes
  • Speaking: reading out loud, ~30 minutes

Saturday 9/18

  • Watching/Listening: 1 episode of Kiwillius, ~30 minutes

Sunday 9/19

  • Watching/Listening: 1 episode of Kiwillius, ~30 minutes

Monday 9/20

  • Reading: 2% of El Señor del Caos, ~90 minutes
  • Watching/Listening: 2 episodes of Scooby Doo Mystery Inc, 1 episode of Kiwillius, ~60 minutes
  • Speaking: reading out loud, ~30 minutes
  • Total reading: 1/10 books read, 450 minutes
  • Total watching/listening: 7 YouTube episodes and 4 television episodes watched, 360 minutes
  • Total speaking: reading out loud, 150 minutes

Total Time: 13 hours 30 minutes

A normal week yet again.  Work’s been pretty brutal as of late, but hasn’t interfered in my usual language plans, so things have marched along as per normal.  I finished up the long series on the Kiwillius channel and resumed regular watching of Scooby Doo Mystery Inc.  A benefit of the show is that it’s fairly lengthy compared to a lot of the stuff that I end up watching.  One of the things with shows for Netflix and the like that I find kinda disappointing is the season length.  For regular networks, a season tends to be 19-22 episodes or so for most shows, while Netflix goes for a fraction of that with five to fifteen episodes at most.

And, like, it means I can watch stuff pretty quickly a lot of the time, which is cool from the perspective of getting to enjoy a piece of media, but less cool for the shows themselves, I think.  Things end up often feeling rushed when the creators have such a limited timeframe to get the story they want to tell across.  They also seem pretty cancel-happy, which I’m sure doesn’t help matters for the writers when it comes to planning things.  Nice to watch something that got given a chance to breathe and tell the story it wanted to tell.

I am at the very end of El Señor del Caos and will be finishing it up this week, as there is definitely not enough of the book left to last through ‘til next Tuesday.  That means I get to start Gideon la Novena soon, which I’m excited for.  Also, I’m in the middle of an exciting climax to this story.  Excitement all around.

That’ll do for this blog, though, TTFN.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s