...At the end of the tunnel! WG goes back Wednesday, and LG a week from tomorrow!
I am DEFINITELY feeling the effects of summer vacation. I'm looking forward to hopefully-fingers-crossed-keep-a-good-thought having a solo vacation at the end of October. Details to follow if it actually comes to pass.
In the meantime, "Doctor Who" premiered, of course, on Saturday, and this girl was NOT disappointed! In a couple of hours, in fact, I'll be heading out to our local cinema to watch it again, this time on the big screen, with a prequel, surrounded by my fellow freaks-er-fans.
Honestly, if you'd have told me back in 1982 that it would reach this level of popularity, I'm not sure I'd've believed you. It was such a fringe, cult show at the time, in the U.S. That weird thing shown on PBS on weeknights with the bad special effects. Those of us who DID watch it were considered TRULY odd.
Well. Just go on YouTube and check out footage from the world tour. It's HUGE!!!!!!!
Which makes me very happy.
And I'm just gonna say, Peter Capaldi: Rock star!
On the more mundane side, I'm down 14.5 pounds. At least, I was last week. This week is PMS, so who knows? I'l find out tomorrow.
OK, I'm back from the theater. And I'm just gonna say it again: Peter Capaldi is AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!
It's one thing to go darker with the character, which has been discussed a lot and is (IMHO) absolutely the right way to go. But to do that AND make him funny AND make him achingly vulnerable all at the same time is no easy feat. But he makes it look easy. I'm so blown away by his performance.
And it's only the first week!
And, in other good-news-for-inspirational-stuff, "Sherlock" won a bunch of Emmys. Including Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman, and Stepehen Moffat!
So it's been a good night all-around for artistic stuff.
And on that note, I'm off.