Tag Tuesday: MAMMA MIA! Book Tag.

So, I’ve been listening to the MAMMA MIA 2 soundtrack pretty much non-stop since the movie came out. So I was kind impossible for me to not do this tag once I found it. This tag was created by Ashley @ ashleyoutpaged, and per usual, I wasn’t tagged. But….HERE I GO AGAIN!!!

1. when i kissed the teacher/name a book with a shocking plot twist


Gonna have to agree with Ashley and say Godsgrave by: Jay Kristoff. All throughout this book, things would change direction at the last minute. Eventually, you decide to quit being surprised, but it doesn’t work. Each twist leaves you just as shook as the first. This series really is just, so freakin’ good y’all.

2. waterloo/name a book you’re positive you’ll be in love with


Oooh, I’m gonna go with Wicked Saints by: Emily A. Duncan. The buzz about this book is NO JOKE. Everyone is selling their left kidney to get an ARC of this thing, and I can understand why. The premise sounds so dark, and thrilling, and complex. I can’t wait to get my hands on this. I really think I’m gonna adore it.

3. why did it have to be me/name a book you went to to get over a reading slump


I’ve gotta go with The Kate Daniels books by: Illona Andrews. Paranormal-romance is always my goto when I’m in a reading slump. They’re so quick, and fun, and easy to get through. And this series has really become another one that I count on to get me back into the swing of reading.

4. i have a dream/name a book character that inspires you


I’m gonna have to go with a character I just recently met, and that’s Paul from Christ in Concrete by: Pietro Di Donato. Paul really was such an inspiring character to follow. At such a young age he sacrificed so much to support his family, and never backed down. He was a dollface.

5. andante andante/name your current read


I’m currently reading The Men with the Pink Triangle by: Heinz Heger. I mentioned in my Reading Resolutions post, which you can check out here, that I wanted to read more historical non-fiction, and this book has been on my TBR for the longest time. I’m really glad that I’m diving into this part of history that I’m not that versed in.

6. knowing me, knowing you/name a book you had to break up with and dnf


Have to go with The Road by: Comac McCarthy. This was one of the books I was supposed to read for a class last year, but I just couldn’t do it. I’m a bad girl, I know. But, last year was really hard for me, and I wasn’t in a good headspace, and this book was just really bleak, and depressing. It wasn’t good for me. So, I practiced some self-care and DNF’d it. Mental health is more imporant than grades. And I got an A anyway, so…

7. mamma mia/name a book you recently read again


I haven’t reread any books lately! Which really makes me sad. But, I’m so busy I really can’t justify it. I do plan on rereading The Book Thief by: Markus Zusak in March, as is my tradition, so there’s that.

8. dancing queen/name a book that made you want to dance around the room


I’m gonna have to go with The Sun and Her Flowers by: Rupi Kaur. This book just made me feel so seen, and validated. It really made me so happy, even though it was reminding me of some really hard things. If you want to hear more of my thoughts on this book, you can check out my full review here.

9. super trouper/name a series you haven’t finished due to it’s intimidating size


The Dark Hunters series by: Sherrilyn Kenyon. Y’all, I’m so far behind in these books, it’s not even funny. And I’ve forgotten so much from the previous books, that I’d have to reread them. And that’s like, over 30 books. So…yea, I’ve been putting this off for a while. Maybe after I graduate?

That’s it! That’s it for this tag! That was quick and fun, which is my favorite kind of tag. But, what about y’all? How would you have answered any of these questions? Do you agree with my answers? What’s your favorite MAMMA MIA song? Let me know down in the comments!


Tag Tuesday: Disney Tag.

OMG! IT’S ANOTHER TAG THAT I WAS ACTUALLY TAGGED TO DO!!! I CAN’T BELIEVE IT!!! THIS IS BONKERS!!! But, regardless, I was tagged to do this tag by Allie @ Alliembooks, and the tag was created by JAMbeauty89. This tag is all about Disney, which is one of my great loves, so let’s goooooo!

1.) A scene in any Disney movie you wish you could experience.


The lantern scene from Tangled! GAH!!! That is one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen in all of Disneydom. I can’t imagine how gorgeous it would be in real life. Flynn gushing over me would be nice too….

2.) An unforgettable experience/moment you’ve had at the parks.


Probably when I went with my best friends, and I lured them into the financial trap that is Disney Pin Trading. Mwhahahaha. Yes, I am THAT friend. Beware potential, future friends. Bewareeeeee~

3.) What non-Disney song(s) reminds you/brings back memories of Disney and/or the parks? 

Ummmm, I honestly can’t think of one. Like, I really can’t. Darn.

4.) When was the first time you went to a Disney park?


My grandfather and uncle helped build Disneyworld. The Pirates of the Caribbean ride? The tracks you ride on? He built them. The puppets of the pirates? My uncle made them. I was like, a week old. I was practically raised there.

5.) If you could choose any Disney character to be your best friend, who would you choose? 

Hmmm, probably Milo Thatch. We’d be unabashed history nerds together. It would be so freakin’ great. Or Kuzco. He’s so sassy. He’s great.

6.) Who are you favorite Disney princesses?

Aurora and Merida. Aurora has been my favorite since I was a baby. And Merida is a new favorite.

7.) Name a scene/moment in any Disney movie that never fails to make you cry.


UGH! When Granny leaves Todd in the woods!!! WHY!!! WHY YOU LEAVE YOUR FOX BABY?!?!?

8.) What is the first Disney movie you remember seeing?


Ummm, probably Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. The Wicked Queen was my Nana’s favorite. And my Nana was my Disney drug dealer. Sooo…

9.) What is your favorite Disney movie?

It’s a tie between The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Treasure Planet.

10.) Who is your favorite Disney villain?



11.) What is your least favorite Disney movie?


Ummm, probably Fantasia. Though, I haven’t watched it since I was a kid. Maybe I’d like it more now that I’m an adult. Who knows?

12.) What is your favorite Disney song?

UGH!!!! THIS IS SO HARD!!!!! Ummmmm, probably “I Won’t Say I’m In Love” from Hercules. Or “Let Me Be Good To You” from The Great Mouse Detective. BUT THERE ARE A BUNCH MORE!!! LIKE ALL THE MARY POPPINS SONGS!!! AHHHHHHH!

13.) What Disney Character (s) has your personality or has your dream personality?


Merida. She’s such a fierce little firecracker. I love her.

14.) If you could change any scene in a Disney movie, what would it be and why?

Ummm, I can’t think of an answer for this one either. Dangit.

15.) If you had to get stuck on any ride in any Disney park for more than 30 minutes, what would you want it to be?


Definitely Pirates of the Caribbean. It’s always cool, the song is fun, and the puppets are cool. Always my favorite.

Yay! That was fun! Now, I tag anyone who loves Disney to do this tag! Go forth! Experience the magic!!!!

Tag Tuesday: The Steven Universe Book Tag.

Mwhahahahaha!!! The tables have turned! I’m doing a tag that I HAVE CREATED!!!! Yep, that’s right, I made a tag a while ago based on my favorite tv show: Steven Universe. And now I’m sharing it with all of you! So let’s just get to it!

Steven – Which character is the most pure of heart?

Carlos from Welcome to Night Vale by: Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor. Carlos is the most genuine, sweet, pure little nerd ever. He never has a bad thing to say about anyone, and gives his love and affection so freely. He’s a precious gem.

Garnet – Who is your favorite character duo (romantic or platonic)?

Isabel and Cole from The Wolves of Merct Falls series by: Maggie Stiefvater. Ugh! These two. These two are really the only good characters in this series. They’re both so angsty, and tragic, and complicated. But they’re so much fun to read about, and they’re perfect together. I love them so much.

Amethyst – Name a character with a tragic back story.

Juliette Ferrars from The Shatter Me series by: Tahereh Mafi. This girl got the shortest stick EVER. This girl knows true suffering. But the way she comes back into herself after all the trauma is so inspiring.

Pearl – Name a book that deals with grief.

History is All You Left Me by: Adam Silvera. Like, that’s it. That’s the book. People dealing with grief. LOTS of grief, of all different kinds. Adam really likes punching people in the emotional gut.

Greg – Name your favorite parental character.

Remus Lupin from The Harry Potter series by: J.K. Rowling. THAT’S RIGHT! I CONSIDER REMUS MORE OF A FATHER FIGURE TO HARRY THAN SIRIUS!!! FIGHT ME!!!!!!!!

Connie – If you could change the ending of any book series, which would it be and why?

Sadie by: Courtney Summers. I want answers dammit!!! So many things wer left up in the air! So many questions unanswered! I WANNA KNOW WHAT HAPPENS!!!!

Rose Quartz – Which character do you wish you knew more about?

Savitar from The Dark-Hunters series by: Sherrilyn Kenyon. OMG!!! THIS DUDE!!! Ok, I’ve been reading this series since high school, and this character is a BIG DEAL in this series. BUT WE DON’T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT HIM!!! What is he, where did he come from, why do so many people fear him, why do so many people love him, why do so many people want to kill him. ALL UNANSWERED QUESTIONS!!!!

Lapis Lazuli – Name a character that faces their greatest fear.

Four from The Divergent trilogy by: Veronica Roth. Four faces one of his biggest fears at the end of this series, and it was the ONLY GOOD THING in that entire book. So it always stands out to me as this great example of overcoming fear for a beautiful purpose.

Peridot – Name a book or series that has a great redemption story in it.

The Strange the Dreamer duology by: Laini Taylor. There were a couple redemptions in this series, and they were all SO FREAKIN’ GOOD. But, what else is new. Laini Taylor is magical. Y’all know this.

Jasper – Which character was a villain, but thought they were doing good work?

Eli from Vicious by V.E. Schwab. Lots of people try to say that there is no obvious villain in this book, but….yea, there totally is. And it’s Eli. But he’s so freakin’ warped that he actually thinks he’s the hero. Oh the poor, delusional baby.

Sadie and Lars – Name your favorite complicated relationship.

Carden and Jude from The Cruel Prince by: Holly Black. These two are a riot. Is their relationship toxic? Heck yea. But they both know that, and comment and act on it often. Which just makes this crazy tango they’re doing that much better.

And that’s it! That’s my tag! I’m really quite proud of it, and would love for people to do it! So, I tag anyone who loves Steven Universe to do this tag! I simply request that if you do decide to do it, that you tag me so I can see it! Thanks y’all!

Tag Tuesday: Hamilton Book Tag.

Oh my god. I’ve been meaning to do this tag for YEARS!!! Like, I honestly can’t believe it’s taken me this long. Hamilton is one of my favorite things ever! Just, sigh, I upset myself. Anywho, this tag was created by Maureen @ maureenkeavy, and AS USUSAL I was not tagged. I just love Hamilton. And books. So here we go!

1.) The Room Where It Happens: Book world you would put yourself in:


I would say Weep from the Strange the Dreamer Duology by: Laini Taylor. It’s such a rich, and magicial, and stunning world. I’d love to go and just let my eyeballs soak in all the amazing. But I’d want to go after all the conflict gets resolved, of course.
2.) The Schuyler Sisters: Underrated Female Character:


Aislinn from the Wicked Lovely series by: Marissa Marr. No one ever talks about this series, and it’s a shame. It’s probably my favorite faerie series, and the heroine is such a great role model. So often in paranormal-romance books, the leading lady doesn’t make the wisest decsions, but not Aislinn. She was so level headed, and logical, and responsible. And I really just love her, and wish more people knew about her.
3.) My Shot: A character that goes after what they want and doesn’t let anything stop them:


Adam Parrish from the Raven Cycle Quartet by: Maggie Stiefvater. This is what makes Adam who he is. He is the most focused, and dedicated, and ambitious character I’ve ever read about. And it’s part of why I love him so much. We’re both little Slytherin babies who won’t let anyone or anything stand in our way.
4.) Stay Alive: A character you wish was still alive (SPOILERS!):


Rudy from The Book Thief by: Markus Zusak. Oh man, this one hit so freakin’ hard. He was such a sweet, and genuine, and loyal boy. And he loved Liesel so much, and she loved him. It was so hard to watch him go.
5.) Burn: The most heartbreaking end to a relationship you’ve ever read:


Hazel and Augustus from The Fault in Our Stars by: John Green. This one hit me really hard too. I know what it’s like to watch a loved one succumb to cancer. I can’t imagine how much harder it would be if it was the person I was in love with. This left me absolutely sobbing in my living room.
6.) You’ll Be Back: Sassiest villain:


Villains in books aren’t really sassy, at least not the ones I’ve read about. So I’m just gonna go with the sassiest villain I know: Scar. Always and forever the Sassy King.
7.) The Reynolds Pamphlet – A book with a twist that you didn’t see coming:


I gotta go with More Than This by: Patrick Ness. And I don’t feel bad about saying there’s a twist, because it happens really early on. Like, in the second chapter.
8.) Non-stop: A series you marathoned:


The Black Dagger Brotherhood by: J.R. Ward. Oh man, I got the first ten books on my eReader, and just read, and read, and read for a straight week. Barely ate, or slept. I was just so freakin’ hooked on this series. It’s so damn good. Everyone needs to read this series!!!
9.) Satisfied: Favorite book with multiple POVs:


I’m gonna go with a recent favorite: The Watch That Ends the Night by: Allan Wolf. All of the POVs were so distinct, and offered such a broad view of what it was like for all kinds of people, from all kinds of backgrounds, to experience this tragedy. We really did get a 360 view of how this all went down, and how it affected everyone.
10.) Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story: A book/series you feel like will be remembered throughout history:

A Darker Shade final for Irene

I really think that The Shades of Magic series by: V.E. Schwab is going to stand the test of time. I think that, years and years from now, it’s going to be one of those big name fantasy series that everyone is talking about. The story, and the world, and the characters are all so rich, and complex, and fun to read about. I really think our grandkids are gonna be talking about these books.

11.) Helpless: A relationship you were pulling for from the very start:


Danny and Colton from the Timekeeper series by: Tara Sim! From the minute those boys entered a room together, I was screaming “NOW KISS! NOW KISS!!!!” They’re such sweet, and precious cinnamon rolls, and I just want them to be happy together until the end of time! Heh. See what I did there?
12.) Ten Duel Commandments: Favorite fight scene:


I’m gonna have to go with Muse of Nightmares by: Laini Taylor. During the big fight, I was on the edge of my seat. I was terrified of what was gonna happen to all my precious babies, and what the affect on the world would be. It was all so tense, and teeth-clentching. It was honestly one of the best fight scenes I’ve ever read.
13.) Say No To This: Guilty pleasure read:

Rereads! Rereads are my guilty pleasure. I have SOOOOO MANYYY books on my TBR, it’s not even funny. So whenever I pick up a book and reread it, I feel so freakin’ guilty.
14.) What Comes Next: A series you wish had more books:


THE RAVEN CYCLE BY: MAGGIE STIEFVATER!!!! I mean, I know we’re getting The Dreamer Trilogy, but I want to see more Gansey, and Blue, and Henry, and the women of Fox Way!!! I wanna see all my faves together again!!!
15.) Right Hand Man – Favorite BROTP:

A Darker Shade final for Irene

Ugh, Kell and Rhy from The Shades of Magic series by: V.E. Schwab! They’re so sweet, and loyal, and dreamy. And they care about eachother so very, very much. Their relationship was probably my favorite in the entire series. We need more devoted Bros.
16.) What’d I Miss: A book or series you were late to reading:


I’m pretty sure I’m the last person on Earth to read The Night Circus by: Erin Morgenstern. I didn’t read it until last year. I KNOW I KNOW!!! But it’s such a hyped book, and so many people are obsessed with it! I was afraid it was going to live up to my expectations. But it totally did! It’s such a beautiful book. I understand why it’s so many peoples favorite.

Whew! That was a long one, huh? But I really wanted to do the bonus questions! I just love all these songs so much! But what about y’all? Do you agree with my answers? What’s your favorite Hamilton song? Let me know down in the comments!

Tag Tuesday: The Classics Book Tag.

Okay, so, this tag is ANCIENT. But, I hardly ever talk about classics, so I figured I’d drag this one out of the vault. This tag was created by It’s a Books World, and per usual, I wasn’t tagged. But oh well! Let’s get to it!

1. An overhyped classic you didn’t really like


The Old Man and the Sea by: Ernest Hemingway. Seriously, how did this thing win the Pulitzer? This was a Florida-Heat-Fever-Dream that Hemingway had down in the Keys, and then he wrote it down. His war pieces are far better. This was just, bad. So bad.
2. Favorite time period to read about


The 1920’s. This time period was just full of people striving for that American Dream, and absolutely failing at it. Now, I know that sounds harsh, but I’m completely against the old-fashioned idea of the American Dream. It was a false promise that didn’t include the marginalized. The 20’s was all about throwing caution to the wind, and living life however you wanted. American Dream be damned.
3. Favorite fairy tale


Well, it’s not really a fairytale, but I love the Hades and Persephone story from Greek mythology. It’s always been my favorite, for as long as I can remember. So many people consider it an “abduction” story, or even a “rape” story, but I’ve never seen it that way. I’ve always believed that Persephone chose to become the Queen of the Underworld. She was a strong, independent woman who took what she wanted. And I love that.
4. Which classic are you most embarrassed you haven’t read yet?

Anything by Jane Austen. That’s right. I’ve never read a Jane Austen book. I’m not a huge fan of British Lit to begin with, and couple in all the hype, and it leaves me a little weary to pick an Austen book up. But I do plan to change that soon, after all, I can’t avoid her forever. I’m an English major!
5. Top classic you want to read soon


I really want to read Animal Farm by: George Orwell! I’ve been meaning to ever since I read 1984 in high school, but I’ve just never gotten around to it. It’s one of my reading goals for the year though!
6. Favorite modern book/series based on a classic


The first thing coming to my mind is The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein by: Kiersten White. It’s such a progressive, and brilliant retelling, and I love it to bits. You can hear more of my thoughts about it in my full review here.
7. Favorite movie/TV series based on a classic

The first thing coming to my mind is an animated TV series. It’s Over the Garden Wall. It’s based on Dante’s Purgatorio, and I absolutely adore it! It’s one of my all-time favorite TV shows. I rewatch it all the time.
8. Worst classic to movie adaptation

I have to say Beowulf! Oh my god! It’s soooooo bad! And the original story wasn’t all that great to begin with, so that’s REALLY saying something! They just changed entire plot points around, and added so many ridiculous things! It was terrible!
9. Favorite editions you’d like to collect more of


The Barnes & Noble Leatherbound Classics! They’re so beautiful! I have a few of them, but I need them ALL!!! And they’re reasonably priced, they’re on sale often, and they’re easy to just go and pick up at the store. I really need to get more of these this year.
10. An underhyped classic you’d recommend to everyone


Editha by: William Dean Howells. This is probably my favorite short story of all-time. It deals with such modern, and meaningful themes in such a refreshing way. It was probably the best thing I read my entire first year of college. I really wish it was taught in high schools. A LOT of teenagers could use the lessons that it teaches.
11. What’s your favorite classic of all time?

It’s a neck-and-neck tie between The Great Gatsby by: F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Slaughterhouse Five by: Kurt Vonnegut. Both of these books were so beautiful, and touched me so deeply in different ways. I really can’t pick between them. They’re both so fantastic, and I can’t wait to make my future students read them!

Well that’s it! Now y’all know more about my feelings on the classics! But what about y’all? What are your favorite classics? Do have any Jane Austen recommendations for me? Let me know down in the comments!

Tag Tuesday: The Hopeful Book Tag.

OMG! I WAS ACTUALLY TAGGED TO DO A TAG!!! IT’S A MIRACLE!!! So, yea, I was tagged to do this by Marte @ Blissful Reading on YouTube, and the tag was created by The Book Finch. This is such a nice, quick, and wholesome tag, and I’m really excited to do it. Also… I WAS ACTUALLY TAGGED TO DO IT!!! Ok, let’s get to it!

1. A book world you would like to escape to.


I’m gonna stray away from the stereotypical Wizarding World answer, and go with Eretz from The Daughter of Smoke and Bone trilogy by Laini Taylor. It’s such a rich, and fantastical world, and I’d love to see all the Chimaera and Seraphs. But I wouldn’t go during the war. That would be….bad.

2. A romance that left you all mushy inside.


I’m going to go with Prince Sebastian and Frances from The Prince and the Dressmaker by: Jen Wang. Their relationship is just so adorable, and supportive, and sweet. It’s really a relationship that everyone should aspire to.

3. A friendship we should all aspire to have.


Okay, is there a better friendship than the Gansey from The Raven Cycle Quartet by: Maggie Stiefvater? No, I really don’t think there is. Every single one of them absolutely loves each other so freaking much, and it’s just, UGH. I love them. I ADORE them.

4. Intermission! Insert the cutest picture of your pet or the cutest animal picture you can find.



5. A character in a leadership role that inspires you.


Karou from The Daughter of Smoke and Bone Trilogy is always my go-to answer for this kind of question. She was so incredibly strong throughout that entire series, even when the entire world was against her. She’s really a character that I deeply admire.

6. Recommend three (3) books that fill you with hope.

7. (Optional) Tag people.

Tag Tuesday: Bookish Naughty or Nice Tag.

Merry Christmas everyone!!! I saw this tag absolutely EVERYWHERE, so I figured I’d go ahead jump on the band wagon! It also looks like a lot of fun. And I like fun tags. This tag was created by Jenn @ Jenniely and was, as usual, tagged by no one! So here we gooooo~


  • Tag & link the person who tagged you (Lol, no one ever tags me)
  • Tag and link me/this post 
  • Tick/cross off the ones you’ve done
  • Tag another 10 people!


  • Received an ARC and not reviewed it ✔

I started requesting ARCs for the first time this year, and I also received a TON of ARCs at ALA 2018 (you can see them all here). That being said, when coupled with the mental illness spiral I went through this year (which I explain here), there are quite a few ARCs I didn’t get to this year. Whether it be reading them or reviewing them. I still plan on reading/reviewing them though! I have no problem reading/discussing back logged books.

  • Have less than 60% feedback rating on Netgalley ✔

My Netgalley rating is awful. I don’t do well with pressure being applied to the things I do for fun. So I quickly figured out that Netgalley probably wasn’t the site for me. I much prefer Edelweiss.

  • Rated a book on goodreads and promised a full review was to come on your blog (and never did) 

I can proudly say that I haven’t done this once this year! I was NOTORIOUS for doing this on my booktube channel in the past tho…

  • Folded down the page of a book ✔

I’ve been doing this a LOT lately. And I’m not sure why? I’ve always been good about using a bookmark but, I don’t know. Some switch just flipped in my brain and I’ve been a dog-earring fool all year!

  • Accidentally spilled on a book

Nope. Not once. Ever.

  • DNF a book this year 

I’ve done this a few time this year. DNFing is something I’m trying to get more comfortable doing. I’m usually the person that will stick through a book no matter how much I’m hating it, but I’m trying to knock that off. Life’s too short to be reading bad books.

  • Bought a book purely because it was pretty with no intention of reading it 

I mean, this is kinda always the case when I buy a foreign edition for my collections. No, I can’t read Cantonese, THE COVER WAS PRETTY!

  • Read whilst you were meant to be doing something else (like homework) 

Not so much this year, but I’m sure I did at some point.

  • Skim read a book 

Nope. I never do this. I either read every single word, or I quit the book. I can’t skim. I just can’t.

  • Completely missed your Goodreads goal

Nope! I actually surpassed my goal this year, which I’m equally surprised by, and proud of! GO ME!!!!

  • Borrowed a book and not returned it 

I’ve had my friends Golden Compass books in my trunk for months now. I’m the WORST person. Ever.

  • Broke a book buying ban 

Lol, I never put myself on a book buying ban, so I can’t break one. That’s why I never put myself on one. Can’t break what you didn’t make!

  • Started a review, left it for ages then forgot what the book was about 

Nope. I just never even started the review, then forgot what the book was about….

  • Wrote in a book you were reading 

I’m an avid annotator soooooo…..

  • Finished a book and not added it to your Goodreads

Nope. I always scan and add!

  • Borrowed a book and not returned it to a friend 

In the trunk of my car. For MONTHS. I’M THE WORST!!!!

  • Dodged someone asking if they can borrow a book

Nope. I’ve lent out a few books this year. Gotta share the good lit.

  • Broke the spine of someone else’s book


  • Took the jacket off a book to protect it and ended up making it more damaged

Nope. I take my jackets off, put ’em on a shelf, and leave ’em there till they go back on the book. Full-proof system.

  • Sat on a book accidentally 

Countless times. I’m always dumping books onto the seat of my car, then sitting on them when I get back in the car. Constantly.

Naughty: 10 Nice: 10

I’m a very balanced human.

I think EVERYONE has already done this tag, so I’m not going to tag anyone. But if you haven’t done it yet, feel free to say I tagged you!