Sunday, August 31, 2014


A lot has happened since I last posted. I mean Jessica Lange won an Emmy for starters.

On a much less exciting note I started back to school. Things are going pretty mediocre. It's a lot of work and my teachers have very...interesting...personalities. My third period bores us all day long with busy work that gives me deja-vu of second grade and stories about her children that aren't the least bit exciting. Then I move to fourth period where my teacher always finds a way to slip a sexist comment or two before the hour and a half class is over with. My personal favorite, "behind every good woman is a good man." 

*face palms*

But alas, I should be grateful as the fact that I'm a 16 year old girl who goes to school for free (aside from school supplies and such) is quite a rarity in this world.

First day of school outfit for the win:

Also starting tomorrow will begin the first of many book and movie reviews from my summer reading and movie list. I will start with The Storyteller by Jodi Picoult and The Silence of the Lambs, so get as excited as you possibly can.

On an unrelated note, I've began pondering whether I should get into the phenomenon that is Doctor Who. I know I'm approximately ten million years late in joining in on the empire that this TV show has become, but better late than never I suppose. Also no one bothered to tell me that there's more to Doctor Who then the series that started in 2005. I began watching it on Netflix (I'm on episode three of season one), and after an Internet revelation that the show actually started all the way back in 1963 (obviously my knowledge of Dr. Who is very very limited), I'm stuck as to whether I should just watch the recent seasons or start all the way back in the beginning.

I'd love recommendations from those who have actually stayed up to date with the series. Have you only seen the most recent episodes (from 2005 onward)? Or did you go hardcore and watch every episode since 1963?

I also read that all together there are 802 individual episodes of Doctor Who, so I obviously have a lot of catching up to do.

Well, that's a wrap for another life post. Hope you're enjoying your own.

Have a fabulous day.


    I only watched from 2005 onwards (from Christopher Eccleston) and I got stuck on the sixth season because of my exams >.> but I'm going to start watching again and get to the 12th Doctor (Peter Capaldi).
    Teachers like that are super annoying, aren't they >__>

    1. Considering the vast amount of episodes I think I'm also going to watch from 2005 onwards. If I happen to find some huge amount of time in my life I may venture into the very early seasons, but I find my life has become too overwhelmed with school work and such to watch all 800 episodes. Thanks for the help. :D