shinyjenni: Dayna on the flightdeck of the Liberator (dayna is more awesome than you)
- I have not seen "The Lodger" yet due to Technical Difficulties - [livejournal.com profile] agapi42 and I were intending to go to an outdoor screening of it, but when we got there their box was broken so no Doctor Who for us. Instead we met up with my friend Rhiannon (who was also intending to watch Doctor Who but had been slightly delayed when she stumbled across an unconscious man with a nosebleed lying on the pavement), went for a nice meal and then caught the second half of Bridget Jones's Diary, so it was nevertheless a good evening.

- Am just really behind on telly stuffs in general, due to SUNSHINE. I haven't seen this week's [livejournal.com profile] b7rewatch episode yet, though we are now onto ones that I haven't seen before. I did watch last week's episode, "Moloch", last night, and, er, less said about that the better, I think, though I did enjoy Vila and Servalan bickering. Also, I want to watch more Legend of the Seeker, and next up on my Doctor Who watch is "City of Death", and Rhiannon lent me season three of The West Wing and I should really finish that and return it, and I am halfway through the second season of The Wire, and and and... What I really need is more hours in the day. Could someone arrange that for me please? Thanks.

- My love for Radio 4 is well documented, but I also feel the need to proclaim my love for Radio 7, which is also great. At the moment I am listening to: the early seasons of Old Harry's Game, which I missed first time round; lots of Dorothy L. Sayers (Gaudy Night starts on Friday!); season three of the New Eighth Doctor Adventures ("The Scapegoat" is up next, and so far I think this season has been excellent.). They are also broadcasting repeats of a lot of old children's programmes that aired on Radio 4 in the early nineties, which is causing a lot of JOYFUL FLAILING in people who are me. This week it is Time Hops, which I am very excited to relisten to, as I liked it so much the first time round. (The subject line is a quote from same which has stuck in my brain for about a decade.) It has a mouse scientist from the future, a killer bunny rabbit ditto, the Great Fire of London ("We did this in primary school! This isn't any old fire, it's the Great Fire of London!" Just think what else I could've stored in that bit of brainspace) and more time travel shenanigans than you can shake a stick at.

- Icon meme!

1. Reply to this post, and I will pick six of your icons. (unless you tell me not to bother!)
2. Make a post (including the meme info) and talk about the icons I chose.
3. Other people can then comment to you and make their own posts.
4. This will create a never-ending cycle of icon squee.


[personal profile] grlnamedlucifer gave me: icons )
shinyjenni: Wonder Woman deflects bullets with her bracelets (amy pond)
Have been busy trying to catch up on all the TV I've missed recently. Last night I watched "The Beast Below". spoilers )

Catching up on TV has been made a little easier by the fact that I read some spoilers for Flashforward, went OH FLASHFORWARD NO and have decided not to watch anymore, on the grounds that if I don't watch then I can pretend that [spoilery thing] never happened.

Why is Have I Got News For You on Thursdays now? This is very confusing and I always miss it. At least it doesn't clash with Ashes to Ashes, I suppose. (This week's was great! I have no thoughts on it, but it was v. good.)
shinyjenni: Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred and Philip Olivier; text reads: "big finish" (big finish are love)
1.) Have been watching the videos on the Big Finish facebook group and they are making me v. happy. I particularly liked the tour of Big Finish Towers (yes, it does include the Room With Duvets Stapled to the Walls, as mentioned on the podcasts), which are (is?) smaller than I expected. OH BIG FINISH, ♥! On the subject of Big Finish, I hear that there is going to be a free audio with the next DWM, featuring Five and Turlough. EXCELLENT.

2.) I have just booked train tickets to go to Brussels in April with my mother; does anyone have any recs of things to do, things to see, places to eat (I am assuming that at some point there will be waffles) etc?

3.) Meme nicked from [livejournal.com profile] agapi42, [livejournal.com profile] nentari and [livejournal.com profile] hhertzof

List all of the television shows you have on DVD, no matter how obscure or embarrassing. Even if you only own one season, list it! Let's see who has what!

listy goodness )

I wish LibraryThing included DVDs too! That would please my nerdy heart.
shinyjenni: Wonder Woman deflects bullets with her bracelets (jo is cheery)
Hurray, it is December the first! I can open the first door in my advent calendar when I get home. Also when I get home I shall be getting my heater out and switching it on, because it is getting ridiculous: I spent yesterday evening curled up on the sofa, wrapped up in three layers, a blanket and my spare duvet, wearing fingerless gloves and feeling a bit like a Victorian miser.

Tonight the BBC will be giving me a program in which Delia teaches us how to do Christmas cooking. YAY! I have a bit of a soft spot for cooking programmes, especially ones involving a) Christmas and b) Delia. (I also like Nigella and the Hairy Bikers (this is what I am calling my band, I have just decided), in case you were wondering. My parents like Rick Stein but I saw the one where he grates his finger on a mandolin (the slicey kind, not the musical kind), swears a bit and teaches us all about why cooks should wear brightly coloured plasters (so if they fall into the food, they'll be easy to spot) at an impressionable age, which put me off a little. Though now that I have typed all this I am not entirely sure that that was him. It is possible that I am talking even more nonsense than usual.)

On a similar festive note, I was looking up the last posting dates today to put them into my Google calendar (*is a nerd*) and it seems that the overseas ones are soonish. So if you are on my flist, would like a card from me and would also like it to arrive in time for Christmas, I recommend leaving your address on this post asap. :)

I'm not going to be this obnoxiously Christmassy all December, honest...
shinyjenni: Wonder Woman deflects bullets with her bracelets (lovely merlin team)
- Merlin was much better this week, I thought, apart from two things. One wasn't their fault; it was the massive banner plastered over the top of the screen informing me that if I am over 75 I can get help upgrading to digital TV before the switchover. Alas, there was no way of telling it that a) I am not over 75 and b) I have a digibox, it just chooses not to acknowledge the existence of the BBC at this time. The other was their fault and is spoilery: Read more... )

- I was IMDBing Idris Elba last night, as one does, when I suddenly stumbled upon the fact that Vampire Bill from True Blood also played Jack in Ultraviolet (the TV series, not the film. I have not seen the film but I JUDGE IT for not being the TV series). Possibly everyone but me already knew that, but I did not recognise him even a little bit! In my defence he had very different hair ten years ago. Anyway, I also found out that Idris Elba is going to be in a BBC 1 thriller type thing with Paul McGann and Indira Varma. DO WANT.

- The Unbelievable Truth was excellent last night, I had to stop eating a few times because I was laughing so much. Highly recommended. Sadly it was the last one in the series but happily next Monday the new series of I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue is starting.

- I only have one Anji EDA left, woe! I've been trying to string them out by going back and reading the early Eight 'n' Sam ones which I skipped, and to that end I read The Bodysnatchers a while ago: quite fun, but it got a bit unnecessarily gory, grr. And I am trying to like Sam, because I feel guilty about hating her so much and I know I'm going to warm to her later on, but she was still quite annoying. I assumed she was joking when she asked, of Victorian Londoners, something along the lines of "haven't they heard of global warming?", but from the context... possibly she wasn't.
shinyjenni: Eighth Doctor, Fitz and Anji; text reads: "time and space adventurers" (time and space adventurers)
1) Re. Home Team: I have decided that what I really want is EPIC FIC of the Elite Eight teaming up to fight Skynet. *waits patiently for the internet to provide*

2) This week's Bang Goes The Theory was particularly entertaining, they tied a little plastic man to some helium balloons and sent him into spaaaace. Also they investigated the magneticness or otherwise of cows, and Doctor Yan's Al Fresco Skience bit was filmed in Cheltenham, hurrah.

3) Also I watched a programme on BBC4 about the history of the Girl Guides, which was very good: I loved seeing that the Guide movement got started because girls saw how much fun the Scouts were having and demanded to join in and to have their own movement. My one complaint was that it was narrated by a man; given that it was about women's lives and voices, it seemed a bit inappropriate to have their words framed and presented by a male voice. But other than that, I recommend it.

4) I am off on holiday tomorrow, so again, anything you think I should see/want me to comment on, leave me a link and I shall do so! I am going to South Devon, one of my favourite places, with some friends from uni. We have booked to go SAILING on Monday, so I gloomily predict that the weather will probably be horrendous, but never mind. I've never sailed before (and am in fact a bit scared of water) but I've read all the Swallows and Amazons books loads of times, which is more or less the same thing, right? Right.

mmmmmmmemes

Jan. 9th, 2009 02:01 pm
shinyjenni: Wonder Woman deflects bullets with her bracelets (martha world is all before her)
I do love a good meme. Here are two that I have seen upon my friendslist:
the icon one )

the fannish year in review one )

mmmmmmmemes

Jan. 9th, 2009 02:01 pm
shinyjenni: Wonder Woman deflects bullets with her bracelets (martha world is all before her)
I do love a good meme. Here are two that I have seen upon my friendslist:
the icon one )

the fannish year in review one )
shinyjenni: Wonder Woman deflects bullets with her bracelets (jo is cheerful)
Hello, hello, happy New Year! Have been a bit fail at the internet recently - have been skimming my flist and doing newsletters, but not commenting or replying to comments or anything like that, sorry. New Year's resolution #1: be better at commenting! Also, I made a start on reading some Yuletide fic but have only got as far as fandoms beginning with B, oh dear.

Christmas happened and it was fab. "You've won all the games and my hat doesn't fit," my sister told me glumly on Boxing Day. Although the latter is undoubtedly a tragedy, the first bit, although somewhat exaggerated, is quite a good thing if you are me. We have played a lot of games this Christmas: my family has one of those hard-disk recorder boxes, so rather than desperately watching stuff to free up tape to record more stuff, we have been blithely setting the box to record anything we might even vaguely consider watching and fishing out Careers or The Game of Life or similar instead. I did watch Wallace and Grommit, what was lovely, and The Thirty-Nine Steps, terribly fun, and that was all I really wanted to watch so there we go. Also I found a mighty trove of Big Finish books in the sale at Waterstones, hurrah. I have been reading The Inside Story and it is great, a really good read. I made flailyhands at the revelation that Paul McGann has in fact read some of the EDAs, and RTD's introduction was quite lovely and had an adorable little cartoon with it too.

I was going to do a review of the year meme of some sort, but there were an awful lot of questions and I haven't really done anything all that interesting this year anyway, so never mind. I did read 113 books last year, that was quite good. Here is a list of them:

from Tulku to Redemption Ark )

Quite a good mix apart from the fact that 55 of them were in some way Doctor Who books, oops.

Now I am getting hungry so I shall go and eat some things.
shinyjenni: Wonder Woman deflects bullets with her bracelets (jo is cheerful)
Hello, hello, happy New Year! Have been a bit fail at the internet recently - have been skimming my flist and doing newsletters, but not commenting or replying to comments or anything like that, sorry. New Year's resolution #1: be better at commenting! Also, I made a start on reading some Yuletide fic but have only got as far as fandoms beginning with B, oh dear.

Christmas happened and it was fab. "You've won all the games and my hat doesn't fit," my sister told me glumly on Boxing Day. Although the latter is undoubtedly a tragedy, the first bit, although somewhat exaggerated, is quite a good thing if you are me. We have played a lot of games this Christmas: my family has one of those hard-disk recorder boxes, so rather than desperately watching stuff to free up tape to record more stuff, we have been blithely setting the box to record anything we might even vaguely consider watching and fishing out Careers or The Game of Life or similar instead. I did watch Wallace and Grommit, what was lovely, and The Thirty-Nine Steps, terribly fun, and that was all I really wanted to watch so there we go. Also I found a mighty trove of Big Finish books in the sale at Waterstones, hurrah. I have been reading The Inside Story and it is great, a really good read. I made flailyhands at the revelation that Paul McGann has in fact read some of the EDAs, and RTD's introduction was quite lovely and had an adorable little cartoon with it too.

I was going to do a review of the year meme of some sort, but there were an awful lot of questions and I haven't really done anything all that interesting this year anyway, so never mind. I did read 113 books last year, that was quite good. Here is a list of them:

from Tulku to Redemption Ark )

Quite a good mix apart from the fact that 55 of them were in some way Doctor Who books, oops.

Now I am getting hungry so I shall go and eat some things.
shinyjenni: Wonder Woman deflects bullets with her bracelets (zoe isobel)
Things I have been doing this weekend:

- Baking! I've made white chocolate and cranberry cookies and slightly misshapen mince pies. That recipe made far too much mincemeat; does anyone know if I can freeze it?

- Rhiannon and Simon came round and we played Articulate!, lots of fun and good practice for the vast amount of games I am planning to play over Christmas.

- Listening to seasonal audios; the BBC productions of The Dark Is Rising, The Snow Queen and A Child's Christmas in Wales, plus the Big Finish Christmas podcast, which I love for its slight amateurishness. Every now and then you can hear a bingly bong noise as one of them gets an email, and at one point they stop to answer the phone.

- Watching Jeeves and Wooster. One of the many things I love about it is the fact that amongst the Drones Bertie is considered to be a Great Brain, and by their standards... he kind of it.

- Also watching the Strictly Come Dancing finale. I thought Tom was the weakest of the three most of the way through but his show dance was fab and had me giggling by the end so well done him.

- Completely forgetting that I'd volunteered to do yesterday's [livejournal.com profile] soniclipstick, oops. But luckily I volunteered for today's as well so I can just do a bumper edition and pretend it was on purpose.

- Being annoyed that nowhere sells tinsel! This is quite ridiculous. I tried Woolies, the Christmas pound shop that has replaced the post office (cue wailing, gnashing of teeth and huge queues at the other post office), WH Smiths and Sainsbury's; no luck. Boo!

- And now I am watching Lark Rise to Candleford, oh, Christmas TV, how I love you. ETA Sheridan Smith is in it! Hiiiiii Lucie!
shinyjenni: Wonder Woman deflects bullets with her bracelets (zoe isobel)
Things I have been doing this weekend:

- Baking! I've made white chocolate and cranberry cookies and slightly misshapen mince pies. That recipe made far too much mincemeat; does anyone know if I can freeze it?

- Rhiannon and Simon came round and we played Articulate!, lots of fun and good practice for the vast amount of games I am planning to play over Christmas.

- Listening to seasonal audios; the BBC productions of The Dark Is Rising, The Snow Queen and A Child's Christmas in Wales, plus the Big Finish Christmas podcast, which I love for its slight amateurishness. Every now and then you can hear a bingly bong noise as one of them gets an email, and at one point they stop to answer the phone.

- Watching Jeeves and Wooster. One of the many things I love about it is the fact that amongst the Drones Bertie is considered to be a Great Brain, and by their standards... he kind of it.

- Also watching the Strictly Come Dancing finale. I thought Tom was the weakest of the three most of the way through but his show dance was fab and had me giggling by the end so well done him.

- Completely forgetting that I'd volunteered to do yesterday's [livejournal.com profile] soniclipstick, oops. But luckily I volunteered for today's as well so I can just do a bumper edition and pretend it was on purpose.

- Being annoyed that nowhere sells tinsel! This is quite ridiculous. I tried Woolies, the Christmas pound shop that has replaced the post office (cue wailing, gnashing of teeth and huge queues at the other post office), WH Smiths and Sainsbury's; no luck. Boo!

- And now I am watching Lark Rise to Candleford, oh, Christmas TV, how I love you. ETA Sheridan Smith is in it! Hiiiiii Lucie!
shinyjenni: Wonder Woman deflects bullets with her bracelets (scc)
Have had slight Merlin binge these last few days. I really do love it and not in a so-bad-it's-good way, it is quite embarrassing. But all the characters are great and so are the actors, the effects are actually quite good (though am amused by the fact that they can do battles or they can do beasties, but not both at once), it's silly and anachronistic and it knows it and has fun with it without feeling like it's laughing at the people who enjoy it. The plots are... slight, but I can deal with that. And I do not feel the urge to hit any of the characters in the face with a badger like I did when I watched Robin Hood. (I would of course ask the badger's permission first, I am sure it would be amenable, Robin was very irritating.) Altogether it is just so incredibly likeable.

Finally got round to seeing last week's Sarah Connor Chronicles, 'The Tower is Tall but the Fall is Short', and have a couple of observations: spoilers )

Have I Got News For You with Tom Baker last night was indeed fantastic. Thumbs up all round.
shinyjenni: Wonder Woman deflects bullets with her bracelets (scc)
Have had slight Merlin binge these last few days. I really do love it and not in a so-bad-it's-good way, it is quite embarrassing. But all the characters are great and so are the actors, the effects are actually quite good (though am amused by the fact that they can do battles or they can do beasties, but not both at once), it's silly and anachronistic and it knows it and has fun with it without feeling like it's laughing at the people who enjoy it. The plots are... slight, but I can deal with that. And I do not feel the urge to hit any of the characters in the face with a badger like I did when I watched Robin Hood. (I would of course ask the badger's permission first, I am sure it would be amenable, Robin was very irritating.) Altogether it is just so incredibly likeable.

Finally got round to seeing last week's Sarah Connor Chronicles, 'The Tower is Tall but the Fall is Short', and have a couple of observations: spoilers )

Have I Got News For You with Tom Baker last night was indeed fantastic. Thumbs up all round.
shinyjenni: Wonder Woman deflects bullets with her bracelets (four and his scarf)
I was reading SFX this morning over breakfast, as I am wont to do, and I found a rather dismaying piece on Being Human. Apparently the series is a reboot rather than a continuation, and both Annie and Mitchell have been recast, no news on with whom yet but younger actors were mentioned (sigh). The thing I liked the best about the pilot was the chemistry between the three leads so this makes me a bit not happy. It seems it will be a bit more BBC3 friendly, and I should probably be less judgy but this is the channel that brought us Dog Borstal, after all. They're also redoing the vampire mythos stuff (Adrien Lester's role is also being recast), which I think is a better idea: there wasn't anything wrong with what they were doing with it, but it did run the risk of constantly reminding me of the vampire groupies from Buffy's Lie To Me. Something more interesting would be good, but basically as long as they don't sparkle or anything we're fine.

In better TV-related news, Tom Baker presenting Have I Got News For You on 31st October! I thought last week's was rather lacklustre; hopefully this one will be better.
shinyjenni: Wonder Woman deflects bullets with her bracelets (four and his scarf)
I was reading SFX this morning over breakfast, as I am wont to do, and I found a rather dismaying piece on Being Human. Apparently the series is a reboot rather than a continuation, and both Annie and Mitchell have been recast, no news on with whom yet but younger actors were mentioned (sigh). The thing I liked the best about the pilot was the chemistry between the three leads so this makes me a bit not happy. It seems it will be a bit more BBC3 friendly, and I should probably be less judgy but this is the channel that brought us Dog Borstal, after all. They're also redoing the vampire mythos stuff (Adrien Lester's role is also being recast), which I think is a better idea: there wasn't anything wrong with what they were doing with it, but it did run the risk of constantly reminding me of the vampire groupies from Buffy's Lie To Me. Something more interesting would be good, but basically as long as they don't sparkle or anything we're fine.

In better TV-related news, Tom Baker presenting Have I Got News For You on 31st October! I thought last week's was rather lacklustre; hopefully this one will be better.
shinyjenni: Wonder Woman deflects bullets with her bracelets (ace seven)
- This was emailed round at work and it's too fab not to share: gorgeous pictures of libraries. DO WANT, especially the Rijkmuseum Library in Amsterdam. I could totally learn Dutch and move there, right? Right?

- Someone posted this on [livejournal.com profile] spooky_doings; BBC Autumn preview trailer (UK only, I believe, sorry). Lots of goodness: Spooks itself (HARRY! Also a couple of casting spoilers, both of which I knew, one that is yaysness and one that I'm reserving judgement on ); Merlin, the Beeb's new Arthurian drama thing - it looks to be glossy and ridiculous and I plan to watch it all; Little Dorrit (FREEMA!), of course they had to pick one of the Dickenseseses that I haven't read yet, but oh well; Tess of the d'Urbervilles which is looking suitably melodramatic (I hope they have kept the bit where the fire leaps up suddenly and then it fades away and there is Alec standing on the other side, lol subtle, that are my favourite bit); Survivors (MOAR FREEMA), it's hard to tell from just that little bit but it looks cool; Apparitions, the new series by Joe Aherne, who created Ultraviolet (the telly series); plus lots of things wot I am rather less interested in.

- I thought I didn't have any Torchwood squee left, but I heard the trailer for the radio thingummy last night and my brain went YAY!!1!!1 so apparently I do, hurrah.

- Inspired by SFX's Sarah Connor Chronicles article I have boughteded the first season offa ebay so can finally see the last five episodes (the (late lamented) digibox got me to episode 4 before going, "nah, bored of this channel now, go and watch Dave instead"). Feel I have successfully defied THE MAN as I have not bought it new which would have meant tacitly accepting that it's a-ok to release stuff in the UK minus all the extras the US release has, oh yes, and for twice the price too. This happens a lot and it is very irritating, quite often it stops me buying things that I would otherwise have got. Bah. End rant.

- Happy birthday, [livejournal.com profile] darthcorrie!
shinyjenni: Wonder Woman deflects bullets with her bracelets (ace seven)
- This was emailed round at work and it's too fab not to share: gorgeous pictures of libraries. DO WANT, especially the Rijkmuseum Library in Amsterdam. I could totally learn Dutch and move there, right? Right?

- Someone posted this on [livejournal.com profile] spooky_doings; BBC Autumn preview trailer (UK only, I believe, sorry). Lots of goodness: Spooks itself (HARRY! Also a couple of casting spoilers, both of which I knew, one that is yaysness and one that I'm reserving judgement on ); Merlin, the Beeb's new Arthurian drama thing - it looks to be glossy and ridiculous and I plan to watch it all; Little Dorrit (FREEMA!), of course they had to pick one of the Dickenseseses that I haven't read yet, but oh well; Tess of the d'Urbervilles which is looking suitably melodramatic (I hope they have kept the bit where the fire leaps up suddenly and then it fades away and there is Alec standing on the other side, lol subtle, that are my favourite bit); Survivors (MOAR FREEMA), it's hard to tell from just that little bit but it looks cool; Apparitions, the new series by Joe Aherne, who created Ultraviolet (the telly series); plus lots of things wot I am rather less interested in.

- I thought I didn't have any Torchwood squee left, but I heard the trailer for the radio thingummy last night and my brain went YAY!!1!!1 so apparently I do, hurrah.

- Inspired by SFX's Sarah Connor Chronicles article I have boughteded the first season offa ebay so can finally see the last five episodes (the (late lamented) digibox got me to episode 4 before going, "nah, bored of this channel now, go and watch Dave instead"). Feel I have successfully defied THE MAN as I have not bought it new which would have meant tacitly accepting that it's a-ok to release stuff in the UK minus all the extras the US release has, oh yes, and for twice the price too. This happens a lot and it is very irritating, quite often it stops me buying things that I would otherwise have got. Bah. End rant.

- Happy birthday, [livejournal.com profile] darthcorrie!
shinyjenni: Kitty Cobham, windswept, gazing into the distance (kitty cobham)
- Sunday was lovely and sunny, so went for a nice long walk around Bristol taking photos for my [livejournal.com profile] tardis_view guide, lots of stuff I still want to take pictures of, but here's a sneak peak. Some of them could have been better, but as that would have involved stepping back into oncoming traffic, I thought it probably wasn't worth it.

- On Saturday I went to the huge closing down sale at House of Fraser and came back with six first class stamps and yet another v-neck top for work, sigh. I am not good at shopping.

- Apparently you can fit 49 million cornish pasties into Buckingham Palace. Presumably you would have to take the Queen out first.

- On Sunday evening I made [livejournal.com profile] hhertzof's chocolate pepper biscuits, yum yum yum. (I also spilt flour all over the work surface, the floor and indeed myself, due to incompetence.)

- There is this Weetabix advert that has been annoying me. Most of it is ok, in the "Hello, I am Mrs Fake of Faketown, Fakeshire. Allow me and my lovely fake family to tell you about our love of [insert product name here]" mould, but right at the end Mr Fake is all "I love Weetabix, sometimes I have THREE!" and Mrs Fake is all "That's why we get through 48 a week!" and all the fakefamily have a jolly laugh. There are two things wrong with this. One, three Weetabix is not that many, when I used to eat Weetabix I would sometimes have four or even six. Two, a small sum: if a family of five eat two weetabix each for breakfast every morning, how many do they eat a week? Ans. 70! Lots more than 48! So this advert fails in terms of both knowledge of product and arithmetic. It is shoddy work and I am having none of it. No, I don't know why I'm so irritated by this either, but I do feel better now.

- Watched some more Hornblower, so much love! (Kitty Cobham ftw.) Why have I not watched this before? It is right up my alley.

- And now, off to catch up with the internets.
shinyjenni: Wonder Woman deflects bullets with her bracelets (victoria)
- Off to visit Hetty, a friend from university, this weekend, woop! Last time I saw her, in February, I introduced her to Buffy. She is now four episodes into Angel season 5. This time I am taking her Dead Like Me so we will probably spend a lot of time watching those two. She lives in the middle of the countryside so we may also go for walks and things, I've never been there in the summer before. *hopes for sunshine*

- Mini-stories by various famous authors; I have only read the ones by JKR (sweet, and her handwriting is lovely) and Neil Gaiman (fun!) so far, but it looks like there's some good stuff in there.

- Yesterday I watched an episode of Adam Adamant Lives! and there was no Montage of Unconsciousness. It was most unsettling. I will stop going on about this program eventually, I promise.

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