The Sunday Summary | September 29

And just like that, September is gone and October is only a few days away. I'm very excited as this fall and early winter hold so many fun things I can't wait to see, from theatre to movies. I'm also very excited for the start of Victober, a reading challenge from a group of BookTubers, that involves reading as many Victorian books as possible. What are you looking forward to in October?

In addition to seeing Downton Abbey a second time (with my friend Kathleen!), I watched the 1971 "Fiddler on the Roof" film in preparation for a Next Best Theatre podcast. Keep your eyes peeled for that to come up on my Twitter once it's done being edited. I wasn't the biggest fan of the movie but I did appreciate its scope and I could tell that I would really enjoy the show onstage. 

On Friday night, my dad and I went to see Raleigh Little Theatre's "Blood at the Root." It's a bit of a heavy play, based on real events in a Louisiana high school in 2006, but it's well worth a watch for its commentary on race relations in America. Check out my BroadwayWorld Raleigh review.

People who follow me on social media will likely already know of my love for former Disney Channel star, Dove Cameron. She released her first two singles this week and both of them are perfect autumnal bops. While I love "Bloodshot"'s moodiness, it's the more playful "Waste" that has my heart.

1) I'm aware that it would be silly to go all the way to Disneyland just to get a Spiked Hard Apple Float and yet Maxwell Glick's video makes me want to.

2) Does anyone else like watching children's clothing hauls even though they don't have kids? I loved Louise Pentland's autumn clothing haul for her two little girls, especially the little boots and tutus!

3) I always love Lucy Moon's videos, but I especially enjoyed her second-hand shopping video which I finally caught up with this week. I love watching hauls, but it's nice to have a way to get to watch someone go shopping while being more environmentally-conscious.
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