TV show review – Dark

Spoiler alert

A TV show based in a German town. The town has a wormhole that can make you travel in time. 33 years into the future or 33 years into the past.

There is just so much going on that I know the second time I watch it will be better than the first.

If you are worried about subtitles then fret not. They use voice overs who really brought some passion to it. Sometimes the words match up so perfectly that you forget it’s a voice over. I have viewed so many movies with horrible voice overs, like fingers on a chalk board. But with Dark you will forget they are speaking German in like two minutes.

It’s really cool getting a look inside German culture. It’s not that different from American culture.

If you are a nerd I highly suggest checking it out. Its no Game of Thrones but it is definitely a good watch.

‘Beautifully complicated’

https://m.imdb.com/title/tt5753856/

Check out my other TV show Reviews:

TV show Review – Parks and Recreation

TV show Review- Stranger Things

 

I love Wow App (make a few extra$)

Hi! Please join me on WowApp. Visit my personal page at https://www.wowapp.com/w/ashtamisprime and see what it is all about. Thank you.

I love that this app has so many ways to make a few extra bucks. You even get paid to read the news.

Contest, paid videos and chat are just a few of the awesome ways to have fun. I play games all the time to make a few pennies here and there. It is like getting paid to have fun.

If you join send me a message.

Review-Cherry Coke

I started drinking Cherry coke in the 90’s and loved it ever since. I think maybe I have never loved a drink this much. Diet green tea is a close second when it comes to my favorite drinks but after a hard days word or a long work out I reach for a Cherry coke. And it is only 130 calories per 10 oz serving, It is definitely a treat I can afford when I am clocking in at burning 3500 calories a day with my Fitbit.20180710_005023

A few of my favorite bloggers

I love these people like they are a close friend. It is weird to think of being so close to someone you never met in person. But when you read about them and communicate on a regular basis, you start to really care.

  1. Rhonda – first is one of my very best friends my mom. She always has such interesting blog posts and she is a great mom.  http://zombieismeblog.wordpress.com/
  2. Tony  – was one of my first friends on WordPress. He is awesome. https://tonyburgess1969.net/ 
  3. Christy – such an inspiration. I have had so my ideals on how to make my life better from reading her blog. https://whenwomeninspire.com/
  4. Jim – one of the funniest guys I know http://mnghostt.wordpress.com/
  5. Bethany – so uplifting and a great blog bethanykays.wordpress.com

 

I am not sure about Ipsy

I started signing up for a new makeup program Ipsy ( sorry any guys who read my blog this is definitely a chick post). And from the very start I was asked to share something just to get my order that month. It just agitated me so bad that I had to work just to receive my product on time. Also they made me share something else to Facebook to see what I am getting. I don’t know about you guys but I love to look at all the details on an item after I have ordered it. I so rarely get to order something online that I get so excited I just want to know every detail. I only spend 10 $ a month on make up and now I have doubled that to 20 $ with adding ipsy. So you can see where I am concerned lol I am definitely worried I made the wrong move.

I will definitely keep you posted on what happens

This lady is amazing

Recently my lil blog was linked to by a post about an amazing author.

https://toofulltowrite.com/2018/01/31/author-interview-rachel-dacus/

I hate romance novels and lol well romance altogether. If you ask my friends, family or blog readers. They will all tell you about how I have no problem with talking about my reasons for loving being single. But the work of this author Rachel is one of the first romance novels I have thought about reading.

I highly suggest you check out the work of Rachel Dacus.