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Wanting to change for the better.

I’ve been thinking lately about how I’ve been pretty selfish towards my mom and only caring for my needs mainly. I shouldn’t keep worrying about the future and try to focus on the here and now. I’m trying to be positive but I just don’t know. I really do care for my mom and want her to be better, but it seems everyone is pitting against her (she’s disabled and is in extreme pain all the time and I feel helpless and angry that I can’t do anything for her)

I need to work on trying my best to improve my attitude and try to improve my mother’s attitude.

Today was decent

Today I decided to see the movie, The Shape Of Water, directed by Guillermo Del Toro. It stars Sally Hawkins, Doug Jones, Michael Shannon and Octavia Spencer. It’s about a mute woman finding a confined fish man, who the higher ups at the facility she works at want to harm. Elisa (Sally Hawkins) eventually falls in love with the fish and Giles (Richard Jenkins), who’s Elisa’s care taker is reluctant at first to accept that she and the fish are close. It’s pretty interesting and I enjoyed the film.

I also got some Mexican food and two margaritas from a nearby Mexican restaurant. Knowing that I eventually ran up a $31 bill all for myself made me realize that I am not smart with money. I am currently unemployed and have looked for a job, since losing my job pushing carts at a grocery store last June. I am currently living with my disabled mother and I just hope that good things come along my way. I need to start taking more intuition and get some money coming in, I also need to find more happiness.

Thank you all for reading this and I hope you’re doing well.

Key The Metal Idol

Giving this sci-fi anime a try, I was quite impressed with how it went. A robot girl named Tokiko Mima, or “Key” moves to Tokyo after her grandfather dies. His dying wish for Key was that she make 30,000 friends in order for her to become human. Key becomes reacquainted with an old high school friend, Sakura and they meet other acquaintances along the way. An evil corporation called Ajo, which uses robots as pop idols plans to get Key. Key, not knowing of this evil wants to become a pop idol herself.

This anime has a lot of twists, turns and reminds us what it truly means to be human.

Open Faced Turkey Sandwich from Chicago Deli

I had the pleasure of getting an open faced turkey sandwich from a restaurant near me called Chicago Deli. They have cakes, desserts, sandwiches, burgers, vegetarian options and Mediterranean food. I’ve tried their corned beef Reuben and enjoyed that before. Even though the presentation doesn’t look all that special, I enjoyed the mashed potatoes, turkey and bread in that Styrofoam container. From what I’ve seen on Google, there’s only that kind of Chicago Deli restaurant in northeast Ohio where I live.

Franz Ferdinand- Self-titled

This is a pretty decent debut album for the indie rock band, Franz Ferdinand. I’m reminded of a less glitzy version of Is This It by The Strokes and most of this band’s discography isn’t that special, it’s decent. Jacqueline, Take Me Out, Cheating On You and Michael are the only songs which I feel myself getting into.

This album gets a 3/5 from me.

Anna Burch- Quit The Curse

Detroit native, Anna Burch delivers an intriguing debut album, Quit The Curse. Tackling themes like uncertainty

, loneliness and trying to look forward to the future while thinking of the past. It seems like a letter to a reacquainted lover and it’s decent. The guitar riffs are catchy, with a mellow touch to them. It’s an indie rock album with elements of country added in. I can’t wait to hear what’s on her next album in the future.

Dream Theater- Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes From A Memory

I don’t listen to much prog rock, but I decided to give this a listen by Dream Theater. I’m impressed by how cinematic and adventurous this album is. I should start diving more into the genre to find gems similar to this.