Since its premiere in 2016 Stranger Things has quickly become a favorite of many. I know I got sucked in when I binged it with my brother before season 2 came out. (I was a bit late to the party) Season One is by far my favorite because I think it’s the best overall season but I am invested and the pushback of season four is not something I am happy about.
While we are all waiting for the next season to finally grace our televisions there is another way to visit Hawkins.
Located in downtown LA, Hawkins has been brought to life in the Stranger Things Drive in Experience.
Ever since I was little I have loved to read. I devoured the Magic Tree House books, every book by Beverly Cleary and Andrew Clements that my elementary school library had, and I won Summer Reading programs at the library by having the most books done in two weeks. I just love reading.
This year I am adding a twist to my normal reading challenge. Every year I try to read at least 40 books and normally over half of these books end up being rereads.
You all loved my first “My Fashion Student Friend styles me for a week” post so much that we knew we had to do a part two!
Where last time she styled me for a week of going to class this week we wanted to create outfits based on events or themes. It was so fun to have a reason to dress up and get out of my same rotation of sweats.
Everyone has watched Wizard of Oz and knows how each of the main Oz characters has something they want to ask the wizard for. Dorothy wants to go home. The Scarecrow wants a brain, the Tin Man a heart, and the Lion some courage.
“We’re off to see the Wizard, the Wonderful Wizard of Oz”
I have always thought I was Dorothy; who doesn’t want to be the main character, but rewatching it a few weeks ago, I realized something. I am not Dorothy. I’m actually the Cowardly Lion. The character you like but don’t want to be. Who wants to be the one who is afraid of everything. But I am.