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I’ve got a new obsession. If you haven’t watched the series “Lucifer” I strongly recommend that you do. IT IS AWESOME. And it’s now available on Netflix (At least in Sweden.) which is a huge bonus. I’ve managed to watch season one and half of season two in less than a week. I know that’s not that big of an accomplishment since I managed to watch all seasons of “The vampire diaries” in less than a month when I was in ninth grade. I seriously have no idea how I manage to get above average grades in school when my head is filled with useless facts from too many series and books. But back to Lucifer.

You get to follow Lucifer Morningstar’s (Who’s the actual devil.) adventures in Los Angeles (How fitting that it takes place int eh city of angels.). So, the devil has decided to leave hell since he’s had enough after millennia of ruling it. He decides to take a vacation to LA where he lives his life to the fullest… Then he meets a detective and helps her solve a murder which involves one of his friends. That results in him fighting crime on a daily basis (Which is basically what he does in hell since he’s punishing bad people down there.). You get to follow Lucifer and Detective Decker on their many adventures as well as a lot of other interesting characters.

What I love about the series is how you don’t only get to follow Lucifer on his endeavors and that the whole series is told from his point of view but that you also get to follow the other characters. They actually take time to develop each character which I appreciate. I also love the way that they’re portraying Lucifer. He’s this bad guy, who knows that he’s a bad guy but not really (Makes no sense, I know. Just watch it.)… I love all these little moments when he’s faced with daily human troubles which he doesn’t get. Like why do we need money? You get to see all of the characters grow throughout the series, not just Lucifer but everyone. So, in conclusion, I really recommend that you watch it if you like humor, drama, mysteries as well as supernatural beings (I know that I’m not the best at explaining the series, but it’s really good. Trust me!).

Until next time, xoxo Ella.

19 years later

IMG_7263.JPGProcessed with VSCO with f2 presetProcessed with VSCO with f2 presetHello, people who are reading this, and welcome (back) to my blog.

Today it’s officially 19 years later. It’s unbelievable how fast time has gone by. I was in first grade when I got my first “Harry Potter” book, “Harry Potter and the philosophers stone”. My aunt gave it to me since it’s her favourite series as well. I got the book on my birthday and she told me that if I liked it I’d get the next one the next year. I didn’t like it, I loved it. In only two weeks I’d read it all and begged my parents for book number two. I got it and then my aunt, who realized that I wouldn’t wait until next year, got me the rest of them as a Christmas gift along with the rest of my family. It took me six months and then I’d read them all. I’ve always liked books but I was when I read “Harry Potter” that I grew to love reading. Ever since that first book I fell in love with “Harry Potter” as well as the genre fantasy. Fantasy is basically all I read nowadays.

I was actually supposed to be in London for the big day. I’d even booked tickets for “Harry Potter and the cursed child” and I was bringing my grandmother along. Let’s just pause for a bit and talk about my grandmother. She’s the best grandma ever. Her name is Bitte (Which by the way means please in German…) and she’s 150cm short but has a voice like a football coach. My whole family calls her out little Hobbit because my brother didn’t like that we used to call her a dwarf, he thought that Hobbit was cuter. But back to the story. So my little Hobbit and I were supposed to be in London the 1 September, and I was supposed to pay for it all as a gift to her for being the best person ever. But it all went wrong. Firstly the tickets I’d thought that I’d booked, well it turned out that I hadn’t booked them. Then my grandma looked at the date once more and realized that she was unavailable the 2 September. And lastly my friend and I’ve decided to go to LA next year and I have to pay for that by myself. SO suddenly there wasn’t enough money or time.

Well, that’s it for today, but expect a lot more “Harry Potter” related stuff to appear on this blog because I love the series and it’s still one of my favorites.

Until next time, xoxo Ella

Game of Thrones

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If you didn’t know it already I’m a huge fan of “Game of Thrones”. I’m that fan that has read all the book and watched the series multiple times. In my family, it’s kind of a tradition to watch the episodes together (But both my brother and I cheat all the time, since we can’t wait, and then rewatch it later with our parents…). So sadly, as many of you know, next season is the last season ever (And this one was just seven episodes, I want more!) and I’m in mourning. Not just because I only have a couple of hours left of “Game of Thrones” but also because I have to wait a whole year for the next season (There are even rumours that we may have to wait TWO years before the final season. I can’t wait that long. I’m not even sure that I can wait one year…).

But, let’s talk about season seven. *SPOILER ALERT* (I have warned you!) So let’s begin with Ed Sheeran. I fluffing love Ed, he’s one of my favourite musicians. And since I live in Sweden, and the episodes air on Mondays instead on Sundays here, I, of course, knew all about Ed’s cameo. Which pretty much sucks (BTW, I loved his cameo and was pretty sure that Arya would kill him.), I can’t go online on Sunday’s or Mondays without seeing spoilers. It’s impossible since “Game of Thrones” is like the most popular show ever. And the thing about spoilers, once you see them you can’t unsee them and it ruins the whole mystery of the episode. Anyway, this season is the best one yet and the last episode was amazing. I loved that Sansa finally outsmarted little-finger and that she and Arya are once again on semi good terms. The fact that Jamie finally worked up the guts to walk away from Cersei (Go Jamie. I’m rooting for him and Brienne, even though it would have been fun to see her and Tormund together. I wanted to see their giant warrior-babies… But he’s probably dead, so…) was awesome. Theon finally regained some of his confidence and decided to save his sister. The fact that Jon and Dany finally had sex (The sexual tension was killing me.). It’s both a yay and a nay moment because they both deserve each other but she’s his aunt (gross). When the wall fell it was one of the best/worst moments ever. Since it’s an awesome cliffhanger and now it’s real, the white-walkers are coming and winter is here. But I would have liked for the characters to get a happy ending, and that the white-walkers would just die or something. But, it’s “Game of Thrones” and George R.R Martin has said that the ending will be bittersweet. Which probably means that one or more of my favourite characters will die.

My favourite character has changed over the years of me watching the series. I actually watched the first season right when it came out, with my parents (My brother was too young). But imagen the shock for me, as an innocent twelve-year-old, when Dany got raped in the first episode. My parents clearly didn’t know what the series was about and I spent the first season with my hands over my eyes whenever there was a sex-scene or something violent. In conclusion, I didn’t see much of the episodes… But back to the point, my favourite character. In the beginning, it was actually Sansa (I know right. But remember, I was twelve…) I can’t really remember why, but knowing me in sixth grade it was probably because she wore pretty dresses and was about the same age as me. After I abandoned Sansa I liked Arya (And she’s been in my top three ever since the middle of season one.). I wanted to be like her, brave and able to defend myself. One of my favourites was Margary as well as Cersei since they both were cunning beautiful women who knew exactly how to get what they wanted. I, of course, liked Dany ever since she got her dragons (I liked her before but much more after the dragons were born.). Sam has alway had a place in my heart as well since he’s a huge bookworm and wants to help but doesn’t feel like he’s good enough. Tyrion is also amazing, not just because he’s played by Peter Dinklage, but the fact that he’s a valuable asset without being some brute warrior. I had a huge crush on both Rob and Jon but then Rob died and all my love went to Jon. My favourite characters right now are between Dany, Jon and Arya. The thing about “Game of Thrones” is that as soon as you get attached to one particular character it dies. So I’ve decided to love Dany, Arya and Jon equally and hope that one of them survives.

So, I’m ending it here. I could go on and on about “Game of Thrones” and my theories as well as opinions but no one would want to read it all in one go. So I’ve decided to split it up and will most likely talk about it some more another time.

Fun fact! My last name isn’t Snow it’s something else. I chose Snow because it’s what bastards in the north is called and I’m from Sweden which is kinda north (It’s cold anyways…).

Until next time, xoxo Ella.