It’s been a long time since I watched a movie from the DC Universe and it made me genuinely love the product. There were many lukewarm movies sporadically spread throughout the last half of a decade. However, nothing came close to making me rewatch it immediately.
I have been dangerously close to insanity the last few days.
Like every other month, I was deeply optimistic and excited about the new month of October. In fact, I probably took a bit too much on my plate for this month. I decided to put some life on this blog again (sorry for being absent for two months btw), learn to draw or paint for Inktober and FINALLY meet the work deadlines since I do need money for my other bigger plans.
Little did I know, this month too will kick me in the curb just like its other predecessors.
I never realized how much I love my life until this pandemic happened. Sure, the first few days were extremely hard because of the misunderstandings and toxic nature in my house – both of which have been pretty prevalent in these surroundings since my teenage days.
However, as time went on and people started dying for real in our locality, I started pondering over these questions: “What if I die tomorrow? Or the end of this month? How content would I be with my life and the choices I have made so far?”
One not so fine day, it struck 2PM in the afternoon clock. I already woke up late that morning and found a message sitting on my emails saying the client wants more keyword placements.
The night before that, I stayed up past 2AM to complete this particular assignment and was already irritated by it. Because this client didn’t even know what TOPIC or TITLE he wants me to write on! I gave him the ideas and then he picked one. He didn’t even give me the keywords.
Anyway, being frustrated with my current situation, I browsed YouTube and Facebook for something that would make my mood better. When nothing worked, I decided to just take a dip in the pool of silence.
I laid back on my bed and just stared at the roof for a while. Then I closed my eyes to find some solace in escapism.
It is no secret that my homeland of Bangladesh is blessed with all sorts of natural beauties – be it the blue rivers, the green forests or the brown mountains! In this beautiful palette, I’m mostly attracted to the green because all the fresh new leaves surrounding me rejuvenate my mind like nothing else EVERY TIME!
So I decided to visit the beautiful Sreemangal one summer since it has a bit of all these shades!