I’d just like to clarify the dummy would be me, ya’ll would be the newbies… well I hope. It’s all banter, no pants in a twist peh-lease. As I write this very sexy post at five am on Sunday morning, I feel more self-reflecting than normal. Why five am you ask? Well this leads straight into my first point…
I have stalled so very much whilst getting around to writing this review, I honestly don’t know why. It’s either because I don’t know exactly how I feel about it or the world is exercising every possibly distraction towards me, as to stop this review. Fear not! As is said: the show must go on. And well this review must be composed and published… so here my dear reader it is.
Recently I was having a discussion with a friend, some interesting points came up and I wanted to widen the discussion to everyone here so I decided to post about it.
I really don’t want this to be one of those happy-go-lucky posts, so I will announce from the forefront that there is no such thing as instant or eternal happiness (in my opinion). A lot of people struggle with happiness because we often overlook things.
Many of us fall ignorant when it comes to the issues of the world especially if they don’t hold our personal interest. I am a Muslim girl who has worn a scarf since I can remember. I understand the principles behind it and willingly wear a scarf in my everyday life.
I seem to have grown fond of Crime Fiction and all things alike. With all the Crime Fiction novels I’ve ventured through as of late I feel like a theoretic expert (lets not test the theory) on escaping any crime scene without getting captured. I exaggerate of course, but the lives of CIA and MI6 officers and detectives solving cases just seems thrilling – well at least that’s the twist authors and hollywood have used.
I recently discovered USA Network’s show White Collar. Created by Jeff Eastin, lead roles played by Matt Bomer and Tim DeKay. The series is about a con artist and forger and thief Neal Caffery (Matt Bomer) whose karma finally catches up with him and he is captured by the FBI.