Hello my freaky darlings [haven't said that in a while
] so sorry i have been so inactive lately, i work a lot and have little free time. Recently, i got in a drawing mood again, and i sketched a bunch of pictures. after flipping through my sketchbook, i also noticed a lot of unfinished works. some i was hoping to upload months ago, but forgot to even scan! i also have another entry for Con-Fessionals i wrote a month ago on scrap paper i want to type up for you. again, so sorry DA has fallen to one side. i'm trying to balance things out.
Day of the Doctor was amazing
not sure how many people watched it, but i did and i loved it. though really, what happened? i'll try not to spoil anything in case someone hasn't watched it and is waiting for it to be uploaded online or something, but they set up some great premisses, with no actual payoff. the first one being that Earth invasion going back centuries, they realize how to solve the first problem, and whoosh, they're sent to that location to fix it. once there, they have an awesome scene [which was probably my favourite part, despite it being a clip show of sorts] and they return back to the first location to drink tea and go 'gee, i hope that worked. oh well cheeri-o.' and they go their sepparat ways. [but not before leaving it open for the next episode] point is, it was awesome, i loved the whole thing, but once the whole 'just witnessed history with a world event' wears off... what really happened? it felt like episode one of something. amazing build up but i can't help but feel the actual payoff won't be until Christmas or something. highly recommended though for any Whoovian, even those who are casual watchers will probably get a kick out of it. i watched it with my mom who watched classic Who as a child, and my sister who watched... my friends talk about it... and they both loved it.
snowing here [odd, because this is Canada
] i enjoy snow personally, so it doesn't bother me. i'm just hoping it's not too bad today because my families driving to a town on a lake [so the storms are a little worse] 20 minutes away. it's an Avon party [and i say that with no shame because i love Avon, catalog shopping part of my childhood] and this will finish off my Yule shopping, so if i miss it, i have to trek to a bunch of stores to pick up everything. [plus she sells Scentsy and i adore those things. one bottle lasted me a year. still has some left over, but you get the point]
oh! one side not, my counsin had her baby yesterday. [And i called it
] Its a boy, born on the best day number 23, also being the Day of the Doctor is pretty awesome to brag about i might add. so yea, i'm a second cousin [not that i'm not already] but we were so close growing up, i feel like an Aunt. also, first kid to not look like a potato. i'm not a baby person, but he's gorgeous, and a lot of my friends have had kids, i've only been able to say that about one other person, and even then i was kind of on the fence. [oh, and his name is Noah. isn't that an awesome name?]
Well i've got the hickups and i'm also hungry, so i'll be off to have breakfast and stop these damn things, momentai
i will try to upload something soon.
p.s. “There’s no point in being grown up if you can’t act a little childish sometimes.”
~ Fourth Doctor [Doctor Who]
p.p.s. “Never ignore coincidence. Unless, of course, you’re busy. In which case, always ignore coincidence.”
~ Eleventh Doctor [Doctor Who]
p.p.s. "Rose, before I go, I just want to tell you, you were fantastic. Absolutely fantastic. And you know what? So was I."
~ Ninth Doctor [Doctor Who, and the best Doctor i might add.]