January is soooo almost gone, and it strikes this wee lady that I’m still being a big ol’ lazy slug when it comes to being active here at the ol’ Litterbox. Sigh…
I’m almost back to my perky, quirky, downright silly self for the most part, so I guess I don’t really have any good excuses for my continued lack of attention to things. Plenty of healthy exercise this month and a renewed effort to get back to my Tai Chi swordplay regimen regularly have me back to the kind of physical shape I ought to be in. OK, then… You know what that means, right? No more excuses, Miyuki!! Time to rally this wee Catgirl’s “Warrior Spirit”, take a deep breath, and plunge back into things with everything I’ve got.
With that in mind, I’m dedicating the month of February to yet another go at a theme Review Festival… and this time out it’s gonna be movies all about us feisty ladies kicking serious butt. So…. get yourselves ready o’ Gentle Visitors, for “Martial Arts Mayhem: Fighting Femmes Festival – 2016”. 😉
I’ve got a whole pile of recent Martial Arts female centric films on hand, and I’m definitely gonna spice it up with a look at a couple of old classics I’ve been itching to watch again. Just the kind of thing to get the ball rolling around here again.
Oooohhh! And to get ya in the mood for the kind of action this wee lady’s talkin’ about, o’ Gentle Visitors, how about a little video taste of things to come…Watch out! Every Lady is Kung-Fu Fighting!! 😉
Themed viewing. I did this for few months then got tired with it. Good luck with yours 😉
Oooohhh, Novia! Good to hear from you again, I’ve missed you since you’ve been away from Blogging.
I don’t do these “Theme Months” often, but I’ve been so lacking in ambition of late I thought I’d give one a try to see if it sparks my interest as much as my Indiana Jones one did… I really had fun doing that one and all the memories it brought back for me. 🙂
Great idea for a theme month, wouldn’t mind seeing Neko’s Authoritative Bad-Ass Ladies List at the end 🙂
Not a bad idea, deeopey! I’m gonna have to do that very thing. 😉
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