Currently September 2015

Currently | 9.15.15

Currently September 2015

Watching | Mr. Robot, not sure if I love it yet, but it is definitely intriguing and a good reminder to change your passwords!
> Completed House of Lies season 3/4; the first season of Madam Secretary and seasons 1-5 of Walking Dead (loved!).

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Reading | Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World by Michael Hyatt and working on James A. Michener's Alaska.
> Finished Team of Teams by General Stanley McChrystal, great book especially if you like history.

Working On | Traveler Tuesday posts
> My interview series, Traveler Tuesday has been hiatus for six months and will start back up in October. If you would like to be featured, leave a comment and I will send you over the [new] interview questions.

Feeling | Overheated
> It has been hot here in the San Francisco Bay Area. Too hot. I don't like the heat and I want Fall weather!

Planning | My Blogging Workshop
> I am super excited to be part of the faculty of the San Francisco campus of the Writing Pad. I will be leading a 1-day blogging workshop on October 10th. If you are in the San Francisco Bay Area and want to up your blogging game or know where to even start, register today, I'd love to see you there!

Loving | Oyster season!
> Oyster season started September 1 and I am taking full advantage of it. That and counting the days until crab season starts. Check out my post from last week on 5 places to eat oysters in San Francisco.

My Favorite Photo | The Rock Saves Puppies
> I know it is totally dorky, but I love Dwayne Johnson. I was a fan before Fast & Furious, but once he joined the franchise I was hooked. Labor Day weekend he saved his two new bulldog puppies that fell into his pool.

Upcoming Posts | September
> A Peek into Chez Moi, I am going to be sharing photos of my home.
> Autumn foodie finds in San Francisco, don't read hungry.
> The revival of a few older series, French Friday and Music Memory Monday.

Newsletter | September
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  1. Kathryn Reichert says:

    Love this compilation! I’m interested in participating in “Traveler Tuesday” when you start it up again….

  2. Hi there:) I just saw your watchlist and I thought that you might also like Fear the Walking Dead:)

    The photo of Dwayne is cute:D

    Have a great day!:))

    1. Andi Fisher says:

      @ToTylkoja, I am recording FWD now so I can watch all 6 episodes together!

  3. Oh em gee I love the pic of The Rock, he is an awesome person <3

  4. I’m currently obsessed with The Big Bang theory series. I have to watch several episodes per night. What a great show! Have you watched it?

    1. Andi Fisher says:

      @Mai, I have watched it here and there – one thing is for sure, you have a TON of episodes available to you!

  5. Cynthia @craftoflaughter says:

    We sat and marathon watch all the seasons of Walking Dead two years ago so we could start watching it regularly, and got hooked. Not too thrilled with Fear the Walking Dead but hoping that changes. I’m a Madam Secretary fan too! I haven’t heard of the books your reading and wonder if you have read Big Little Lies? I’m finishing it up now.

    1. Andi Fisher says:

      @Cynthia, I am recording Fear of the Walking Dead because I don’t want to watch them one at a time, I think there will only be 6 for the first season and 12/15 for season 2 and 3 so I am interested to see how it is. I have not read Big Little Lies, I will have to check that one out.

  6. Mr. Robot was good, but I didn’t think it was quite as awesome as everyone said it was. Kind of predictable. We just had to replace our HVAC (so now we’re 2 for 2 in the homes we’ve owned), which, I’m not gonna lie, is a pretty big financial setback for us. The timing was horrible. But ah well, we deal, right?! By the way we took our dogs to an Airbnb with a pool. They love swimming in lakes and ponds, so of course my girl immediately jumped right in. But then she panicked because she didn’t know how to get back out! She still had her car harness on so Justin was able to grab it and lift all sopping 60+ pounds of her right out. Phew! It was one of those scary-then-hilarious moments.

    1. Andi Fisher says:

      @Katie, I agree with you on Mr. Robot, I liked the first episode and a half and then I was not in to it. I finished the season but don’t know if I will watch more. Dogs and pools! I had a pool when we were stationed in Washington D.C. and we had a dog and it NEVER jumped in the pool, crazy huh?

  7. Awww I love that picture of The Rock as well. I would love to meet that man someday. He seems like such a cool guy.
    I too am looking forward to the fall weather, Don’t get me wrong I love summer but it’s time for a cool down.

  8. Lauren Harmon says:

    I absolutely love the picture with the Rock saving the puppies. He and the pups are so cute! I also am loving oyster season, yum!!!

  9. tammileetips says:

    I am a huge fan of Dwayne Johnson!! I had not seen that on Instagram so glad he was able to save the puppies! Good luck on your goals, I have been working hard on getting more posts set up and scheduled for the rest of fall.

  10. What a great summery of your life!! I have never seen Mr. Robot, I’m intrigued so I will have to look it up! My bff is obsessed with Dwayne Johnson so I didn’t bat an eye when I saw him!! Looking forward to your upcoming posts and I agree with you on bye bye heat, hello fall! I’m truly looking forward to it!

  11. I love the Rock! He is a very nice guy and I enjoy watching him on movie. I think his latest movie was about the earthquake right? I forgot the name

    1. Andi Fisher says:

      @Rika, it is San Andreas and I really loved it!

  12. Mykidsguide says:

    I have not seen Mr. Robot, but it sounds like a good show. I think my husband would love to read Finished. He loves history books. I’m excited about fall, too, because of the chilly weather. I’m looking forward to reading the interview.

  13. My family loves the Rock in the Tooth Fairy movie as well as the end of the earth one. He is really a likeable guy and funnier than I would have thought. Plus who doesn’t love a guy with puppies? I am going to have to look into what you are watching, it sure sounds like I would enjoy that!

  14. Deshawn Keiner says:

    I love Dewayne Johnson as well. I loved him since his debut as “The Rock” I don’t live in the San Fran area but if I did I would definitely go to the Blogging workshop. I feel like nothing like that ever happens here in Florida. There are no blogging conferences, no blogging workshops. Everything is online. I mean It is convenient but I do like to engage with real live people face to face. Goof luck on all you future endeavors. I’m sure you will do amazing!

    1. Andi Fisher says:

      @Deshawn, I am going to be on the lookout for you for something in Florida, I could swear I have seen something in the past!

  15. Kelly @ TastingPage says:

    I haven’t been a Dwayne Johnson fan either, but I just saw him in the new HBO series, Ballers, and was impressed that he could actually act! Now he’s saving puppies…in a tight, wet, T-shirt, hold me back!

    1. Andi Fisher says:

      @Kelly, I haven’t seen Ballers yet, I will have to check it out. He isn’t an Oscar-worthy actor, but I like action films and he definitely has more depth than say Arnold or Sylvester. The main thing I like about him is he is from humble beginnings and is a nice guy who gives back.

  16. rochkirstin says:

    I’ve also watched some episodes of Mr. Robot and felt intrigued about hacking systems. It’s really a fun show that’s not only for the tech nerds. 🙂 What is Team of Teams all about? What kind of history does it feature?

    1. Andi Fisher says:

      @RochKristin, Team of Teams is about organization structure. The history is early industrial history and military history. The author is a former General who was in charge of all the elite military groups like the Navy Seals etc. and he shares what it was like to be in Iraq, pretty interesting stuff!

  17. Nyssa | The Cultureur says:

    Can’t wait to read about your blogging session — good luck! You’re going to rock it! 🙂