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Day 16 – Your Favorite Who-Related FanFic

Alex by schrodinger. I usually avoid OC fics like they were on fire, because they're usually poorly-written Mary-Sue fics full of girls with implausible names who travel with the Doctor and charm the pinstripes off of him. But schrodinger has created a wholly original character in Alex, and not only is she not a Mary-Sue, she's barely even likable:

She's nineteen years old. She likes -- in no particular order -- high-heeled shoes, fingernail polish and energy weapons. And the first chance she gets, she's going to kill a Time Lord.
 
 


Alex does have a few redeeming qualities, such as her intelligence, her sense of humour, and her rather impressive repertoire of swear words. You end up kind of loving the little psychopath by the end of the first story. And I defy you to not fall in love with schrodinger's future Doctor. He bears a passing resemblance to Eleven, with his tousled brown hair and green eyes, but that's where the similarity ends. Unlike Eleven, he's almost supernaturally calm. He has a dry sense of humour and an inability to get overly disturbed by Alex's cheerful attempts to kill him. He dresses sort of like Ted from How I Met Your Mother. But for all that, he can go all Oncoming Storm with the best of them.

Alex is part one of a (sadly all too short) series. Part 2, Among Mad People, features Bernice Summerfield, which is worth the price of admission right there. It's a multi-chapter fic that doesn't fail to deliver the goods. Plus, did I mention Benny's in it? Two-Body Problem is quite good as well. It's a nice little coda to the series.

If you haven't already read this series, do yourself a favour. Read it right now.


Day 17 – A Piece of Who-Related FanArt





If you know who created this, please let me know, because it's AWESOME. I mean, seriously. Can you imagine what the reaction would be if Bill and Ted saw the Master's TARDIS from The King's Demons?

"Iron Maiden? EXCELLENT!!11!"

I want someone to write a fic where the Doctor, Bill and Ted, and Marty McFly arrive at the same point in time. Hilarity would ensue, obvs.

The Days of Who... )

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Day 14 – The Villain Who Scared You the Most




Yeah, this scared the shit out of me, but probably not for the reasons intended.

(Although Prisoner Zero was pretty scary, no? Those teeth!)

Day 15 – Favorite Who-Related Tumblr

Mofftiemnao is probably the most consistently funny Tumblr thingy I've come across so far. Blog has a way with words.

BTW, if you're interested, mine is here. It's no Moffteimnao, but then again, it couldn't be, could it?

Stay tuned for the rest of the days! I'm slowly catching up!

The rest of the Days of Who... )

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I am so far behind on this meme. It's been a weird week, with work and heat and a haircut and a pointless job interview and lots of hanging out with friends, and it's sort of hard to sit in front of a computer when your apartment is a jillion degrees and your hair is melting. I would have updated from my patio, but I as yet don't have a laptop, netbook or iPad. (I WANT AN IPAD.)

Ahem. Anyway, here are the first of the two meme days that I missed. More to follow.

Day 12 – Whatever Tickles Your Fancy



I hate pears, too. Blerg. Last summer, during Worldcon, I tried to find a plastic pear for Paul Cornell to sign. [personal profile] nonelvis , [personal profile] columbina and I looked all over Montreal's Chinatown. We found every other plastic fruit you can imagine, but no pears. I mentioned this to Paul, and he was disappointed, because he liked the idea of having his own fruit, just like Steven Moffat (Moffat has bananas, which are good, apparently).

Before I went to Gallifrey 21, I tracked down a couple of pear fridge magnets, and I got Paul to sign one for me. I gave him the other one, much to his bewilderment. No word yet on whether he keeps it on his refrigerator. Here's mine:
 




Day 13 – Your Favorite Villain

I don't know why, but I just love him:


He's so awesome. He kills people with strawberry fondant surprise.



(Hey, I never said he was the best villain, just that he's my favourite.)


The Rest of the Days of Who... )
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Day 10 – A Who-Related Photo That You Took

This is the cake from my friend's nephew's 13th's birthday party. As you may have guessed, it was Doctor Who themed. My friend throws kick-ass kids' parties. They usually involve a treasure hunt, and for this one, her nephew JS was the Tenth Doctor. He and his companions, Rose, Jack, and Romana (me) traveled through space and time in the TARDIS (the downstairs bathroom) looking for the segments to the Key to Time.


Ever wondered what blue tastes like?

There were puzzles to solve, codes to break, a piñata, and my friend's brother who is an engineer, disguised his robot to look like a Dalek:


Yes, it's an actual robot. One day, he's going to build a Dalek.

Anyway, the party was awesome. Tons of people got involved, playing all the various characters, decorating the house (I wish I had a picture of the bathroom TARDIS, it was so amazing) and coming up with all the games and puzzles. We even managed to get one of his birthday presents, a sonic screwdriver, to play a major role. JS was thrilled to bits with this birthday, and he still talks about it two years later. He's almost too old for these parties now, which is too bad.

But don't worry, my friend has a niece. She's only three, but she's already a Doctor Who fan. One of her first English words was "EXTERMINATE!"


Day 11 – Your Favorite Season (Classic or New)

I can't choose just one season out of all of them, so I am going to pick one from the classic era, and one from the new series.

Hands down, my favourite classic series season is Season 16, otherwise known as The Key to Time. It's the season that introduced Romana, who is my favourite classic series companion. She was a character that could hold her own against Tom Baker's Doctor, and Mary Tamm did a fabulous job at it. It had Douglas Adams as both a writer and a script editor. There were pirates (in SPACE!), knights, androids, the Doctor flirting with Unlimited Power, Romana's fantastic wardrobe, and a robot dog. Plus a really intricate story that takes an entire season to tell. It's pretty amazing, really. I have watched it many times, and I was very happy to receive the box set for Christmas last year.





My favourite new series season is (wait for it...) Series Fnarg 5. Yeah, a big shock, I know. But as much as I love the other seasons (all criticisms aside), Series 5 delivers on so many levels. It has consistently great stories (yes, even Victory of the Daleks. Shut up, I like it), Matt Smith is amazing as Eleven, Amy Pond is fun and weird, bow ties and fezzes are now cool, and cracks in the wall are now scary. There's RIVER FUCKING SONG, Rory, and a series-long story arc that makes a ton of sense and pays off in so many ways. Plus, the series finale was just so emotionally satisfying.

Plus, how cute are Mazza and Kazza? SO CUTE:


I am so sad Series 5 is over. Saturdays are just not the same without it.


More meme this way... )


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Day 09 – A Who-Related Photo That Makes You Angry/Sad



This makes me both angry and sad.

It makes me sad, because Donna was going to travel with the Doctor forever, knocking about the universe with her best mate, and now she can't even remember him or her brain explodes. She was once the most important person in the universe, and now she's back to being the shallow, oblivious Donna from The Runaway Bride. Her whole family has to tiptoe around her for the rest of her life, and she walks around with holes in her memory. All those experiences were stolen from her.

It makes me angry, because Russell T Davies essentially ruined the character*. He sent Donna on an amazing journey, where she learned and grew and became awesome, and reset her to her old self. Why did all her memories have to be taken? Why not just block off the memories pertaining to the metacrisis, since those were the ones causing the problems? The whole thing was cruel and unnecessary, and it makes her journey mean nothing. I think I would have preferred that Donna died, because her death could have had meaning. I know he was going for tragic, here, but this wasn't tragic. This was just a waste.

I can't even watch Journey's End, because it makes me so angry, and I sometimes have a hard time watching the rest of Series 4, because I know what's coming.


The Rest of the Meme... )



*He didn't exactly do wonders for the Doctor here, either. There's something a bit squicky about the Doctor forcing his way into another person's mind, while she begs him not to. That he's doing it to save Donna's life doesn't make it any better.


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Day 08 – A Who-Related Photo That Makes You Happy






I know, I know, a picture of the Blitz isn't supposed to make someone happy. But [livejournal.com profile] othellia must have been reading my mind, because I saw The Empty Child a little while ago, and it occurred to me that Eleven was probably hanging out with Amy and Churchill right around the same time. And hey, Jack's probably there a bunch of times, too. I'm so glad I'm not the only one who thought this!

This picture is currently my desktop background, because it's so well conceived. Go check out the original.


Moar Meme... )







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Day 07 – Your Favorite Piece of Music



I thought about choosing something from Series Fnarg, because the music has been so good, especially now that it's not played at full blast anymore. Amy's Theme in particular is really wonderful. I thought about Martha's Theme, or A Noble Girl About Town, but I think the one that I listen to the most is probably this one:

Madame de Pompadour



I love it because it's haunting and sad, and because it breaks my heart just a little every time I hear it. I love the little music-box thing at the end. And I love that it brings me right back to this gorgeous episode, with the courageous courtesan and her Fireplace Man, which was the episode that made me fall in love with Doctor Who.


More meme this way! )


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Day 06 – Whatever Tickles Your Fancy

I came across this a while back, and it is so weird and wonderful I couldn't not post it. Enjoy!




(BTW, yes, that is Colin Baker. I KNOW, RIGHT? So awesome.)


The rest of the meme... )

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Day 05 – Your Favorite Companion

Kameleon.



Hahahaha! NO.

My favourite companions (yes, again, there are more than one) are Romana, Donna Noble, Martha Jones, Amy Pond and Kameleon Ace. They  aren't afraid to give the Doctor a hard time when he needs it (which is often), and they pull his ass out of the fire more than once. They rein the Doctor in when he gets too crazy, and he would be utterly lost without them.

The other days... )
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I skipped yesterday, because I felt crappy. But that means today you get a double post, so quit your whinging.

Day 03 – Your Favorite New Series Episode

Again, so many to choose from! I think before Series Fnarg, I would have said either The Girl in the Fireplace, Blink, or Midnight. But now that the latest series has ended, I think I can safely say that my favourite episode is Vincent and the Doctor.

Like Amy, I have always had a bit of a soft spot for Vincent Van Gogh. His story is so heartbreaking, and his life was so tragic, yet he managed to create some of the most iconic paintings of all time. Just about everyone is familiar with his work. I myself have a print of Starry Night hanging in my living room.

So to see his character brought to life in a way that treats him with respect, without treating his mental illness lightly, is always a wonderful thing to see. Yes, they had to Who it up a bit, because there has to be a hook of some kind to draw the Doctor in, but the monster was really secondary to the story.




Day 04 – Your Favorite Doctor(s)


I love all the Doctors. Yes, even Six, who doesn't get enough love. But I think I would choose Four, Nine, Ten and Eleven.

Yes, I know it's cheating to pick all the new series Doctors and the most popular Doctor of all time. But I can't help it. Four is My Doctor, because he's really the first Doctor I remember watching. For most North Americans, he's the first Doctor we ever saw, and we imprinted on him like baby ducks. Even when Doctor Who was barely a blip on my radar, I could instantly recognize Tom Baker's Doctor. Tom Baker (and his scarf) will always symbolize Doctor Who for me. I love his energy, his delivery, his big grin and his alienness. I love that he played even serious scenes for a laugh sometimes, because I think it's what the Doctor would do. His Doctor wasn't human, and he didn't react the way humans would.

Nine was the first New Series Doctor, and he brought something new to the role. He has a vulnerability that the others didn't have, because of the Time War. I am not always thrilled that Rusty killed off the Time Lords, but it did give Christopher Eccleston a chance to act all broody in black leather, which totally worked for him. You get the sense that he wants to be happy and fun-loving, but he can't because he's so damaged. So he pretends anyway. And it gives him a sort of manic energy. Nine is all kinds of messed up. It was a new direction for the Doctor. I am sad that Eccleston only did one season, but at the same time, I don't think more than one season of broody angsty Doctor would have worked out.

David Tennant's Doctor is more relaxed. He has shed most (but not all) of the Time War Angst, and he seems to be more about the happy fun tiems of time travel. Ten is unpredictable. One minute, he's a ferret on a caffeine high, bouncing from one interesting thing to another, and the next minute he's the Oncoming Storm, bringing the smackdown to people who dare do the wrong thing. He has the Angst, just like Nine, but he tends to hide it better, until it all comes boiling out. David Tennant is such a great actor, and he can turn on an emotional dime. One of the great things about Ten is you can tell David Tennant just loves playing him. Tennant is One Of Us, a geek and a Doctor Who fan. Plus, he's pretty easy on the eyes, isn't he?

And then there's Eleven. Like a lot of people, I was initially skeptical when Matt Smith was announced as the Eleventh Doctor. He was only 26. But Steven Moffat's no dummy. He's One Of Us, too, and he wouldn't pick just anybody to play the role of the Doctor. If he saw something in this weird-looking young guy that said "Doctor" to him, I was willing to give Smith a chance. And I am so very glad I did. Matt Smith is amazing as the Doctor. He's quirky and odd, with tons of energy, but he has the gravitas and demeanor of an old man. He had me convinced that he was a thousand years old right from the get-go. (Yes, I said a thousand. The Doctor clearly lies about his age.) Matt Smith brings something back to the character of the Doctor that I didn't even realize was missing until he showed up: Joy. The driving force in Eleven's life is no longer angst. It's sheer, wondrous joy. You got that sense from the first time he bounds up the ramp to the TARDIS console. He loves his life, he loves traveling, and he loves getting into trouble (even if he denies it). Matt Smith's Eleven is quickly becoming my favourite Doctor. I hope he sticks around for a long time.

Plus, he makes tweed and bow ties sexy

The rest of the days... )

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Genesis of the Daleks


What's not to love? It has Daleks, Davros, the Doctor being faced with a terrible moral decision (which eventually sparks the Time War), Sarah Jane being all awesome and climbing a giant tower, wonderful lines like this:

The Doctor: Excuse me, can you help me? I'm a spy.


And the best thing ever: HARRY GETTING HIS FOOT STUCK IN A GIANT CLAM!



Seriously, Character Options, you have to make a Harry Sullivan and Giant Clam set. I would pay real money for it.


And then, there's this:


The rest of the days... )
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...I probably would, too. As long as it wasn't a high bridge. I am scared of heights.

Half my flist is doing this meme, and I thought, well, I like memes. Why not? So here we go.

The 30 Days of Who Meme


Day 01 - Your Favorite Quote


As if I could limit it to just one. There are so many good ones! I'll try to limit myself to just a few.
 

Think about me when you're living your life one day after another, all in a neat pattern. Think about the homeless traveller in his old police box, his days like crazy paving.
--The Seventh Doctor, Dragonfire
 
When you're a kid, they tell you it's all ... grow up. Get a job. Get married. Get a house. Have a kid, and that's it. But the truth is, the world is so much stranger than that. It's so much darker. And so much madder. And so much better.
--Elton Pope,
Love and Monsters

Who has a sonic screwdriver? Who looks at a screwdriver and thinks, "Ooo, this could be a little more sonic?"
-- Captain Jack Harkness, The Doctor Dances

People assume that time is a strict progression of cause to effect, but actually, from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint, it's more like a big ball of wibbly-wobbly... timey-wimey... stuff.
--The Tenth Doctor, Blink

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The temptation to click on spoiler links is getting harder and harder to resist as The Big Bang approaches. I have already been spoiled for a few small things, but I want to watch Doctor Who on Saturday without knowing much else. But on the other hand, I really really want to know. The urge to click is so very, very strong.

I am going to need some serious willpower for the next two days and 22 hours.

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Smoke Gets in Your Eyes...

There's a haze of smoke covering the city right now. It's from forest fires in Northern Quebec, and the wind is carrying it all the way down to Quebec City. It's moving on to Trois Rivières, and will probably hit Montreal soon. The sky looks yellowish and weird, and the sun is all red. I kind of feel like I'm in some post-apocalyptic epic à la Stephen King. (The smoke does explain why my sinuses have been acting up all day, though.)


In Moff We Trust


Doctor Who has been so great this season. I haven't written much here, but I have been squeeing all over LJ since the beginning of April. I am loving what Steven Moffat has been doing, I love Matt Smith as Eleven, and Karen Gillan is adorable. But yesterday's episode? It surpassed everything, and if possible I am even more squeeful than ever. It makes me this happy:




I Think I Promised Pictures, Yes?


Our never-ending bathroom reno has actually been finished for a while (Mostly-- there's still a medicine cabinet to hang up). Here are the pictures I kept saying I would post.

Here it is Before:



And After:

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(I have already used the La, La, La, La thing for twitter and Facebook, but you know what? It's 5am. I do not have enough functioning brain cells to come up with anything better!)

I'm leaving for Gallifrey One in just a few hours. I may have (sporadic) email between here and LA, so if you're coming to the con, post a comment to this entry! We'll figure out a way to meet up.

If you're hanging out at the bar or in the lobby at some point, I have short red hair, a CBC bag and the pin that's in my icon. I will most likely be wearing black. Come say Hi!

Books!

Dec. 31st, 2009 06:41 pm
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I just got seven Big Finish Short Trips books in the mail! Woot! I bought a bunch of them on-line, when they announced that as of January 1st, 2010, they will no longer have the license to carry the Short Trips series. They arrived today!

It's like Christmas all over again!
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The pictures from the set of Series 5 of Doctor Who are generating all kinds of wank on certain comms (which shall remain nameless). Some people are upset about all the change that's happening, and declaring that THEY WILL NEVER WATCH AGAIN ZOMG. Because of some superficial changes.

I am seriously confused. People seem willing to make up their minds based on a few out-of-context production stills. The first show hasn't aired yet, and a certain subset of fandom is already creating comms about how they won't be watching Series 5. All this change is too much for them.

The person who started the thread says:

You can't just say "I love Doctor Who because of The Doctor".

You say "I love Doctor Who because of the Doctor, the way the Tardis looks, the sonic screwdriver, Rose, Martha, Donna, Mikey, the suit, the jacket, the converses etc."

I'm sure the new Doctor will be great, that is not my complaint/issue - it's that they are changing EVERYTHING.

You need a transitional period for such a change and we ain't getting it.



You can't just say "I love Doctor Who because of The Doctor".

You can't?
 
I can. And I do. I love Doctor Who because of the Doctor. I love the show because it's about a weird alien guy who travels around time and space in a blue box that's bigger on the inside. I've loved every incarnation of the Doctor, even Six.

The show is about the Doctor in the TARDIS. Everything else-- the companion, the sonic, what the TARDIS interior or exterior looks like, the Doctor's clothes-- is just window dressing. All of it.

I was hoping for a transitional period, too. I was one of the first ones to try and calm panicking fangirls when the rumours of David Tennant leaving started. I was sure that DT would stay on to help transition the fans. But when I discovered he wasn't, I didn't decide I wouldn't ever watch the show again. And when I found out Moffat is basically starting from scratch, it didn't bother me, either. I know that the basics of the show will still be there. Doctor, TARDIS, time and space.

I know it's hard to see a beloved formula changed-- I love the show the way it is, too. But so many people are saying they're never going to watch again because of all these changes happening at once, and I am frankly stumped. Why were you watching the show? Was it because of the Doctor's suit? Was it because of the sonic screwdriver? The exact shade of blue of the TARDIS?

Or was it because of that homeless traveler in his old police box, his days like crazy paving?
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It's Boxing Day here in Canada, and John and I are spending the morning relaxing before we head off to Montreal for work and/or family visits. (Work for him-- I managed to score the next few days off, and am avoiding the Boxing-Day shoppers.)

This was a good Christmas. We opened our stockings on Christmas Eve, and then I made a roast beef beast with red wine and a rosemary mustard crust, Yorkshire puddings, roasted potatoes and carrots, and a red wine gravy. There was supposed to be a (store bought) plum pudding for dessert, but we were too stuffed. The thing is still in the fridge, because we didn't get to it last night, either.

Santa brought us a king-sized duvet (which he cleverly bought at Sears for $40 while on lunch break from the bookstore workshop). We opened it Christmas eve, so we could sleep under it that night. In our stockings, we had much chocolate (Santa also went to Laura Secord and bought out half the store). John got a Stephen Colbert desk calendar, a DVD of that heartwarming Christmas classic, Die Hard, and a gift card to HBC. I also got many gift cards, the I Can Has Cheezburger? book and a new Earthchef chef's knife. The cats got some toys and treats, and a plastic thingy with bristles that you attach to the wall so they can rub against it. So far, Mojo loves it, and Butterscotch is indifferent. She'd rather lie on flattened wrapping paper.

Yesterday, John went for a Yuletide run through the park, because he won't get much chance to do it in Montreal, but it was cold and wet and slippery, so that didn't last long. I made Monkey Bread.  (NOTE: Next year, I am totally using store-bought bread dough. The bread did not turn out the way I wanted it to, and it took forever. The dough was too wet, and I think that's why it didn't turn out the way it was supposed to. It was still good, but not as sticky-bun like as it should be.) We opened presents and drank egg nog lattes and listened to Barenaked for the Holidays in front of the Ambient Fire DVD firelpace. I gave John two sweaters, some books, and stuff for the Wii, and he got me Tin Man, a gift card to buy a new pair of Chucks, a Wii game, Doctor Who series 4 and a Donna Noble action figure.

Later, our friend Michele came over, and we had a nice relaxing afternoon of wine and chat and a Doctor Who Christmas Special Marathon. We opened it with The Unquiet Dead, since it's about Christmas and has Charles Dickens and also Nine being awesome, and closed with The Next Doctor. Michele brought Tourtière and homemade cookies and we had Christmas crackers and those little chocolates filled with booze. We gave her an Earthchef skillet and a copy of The Bro Code, and she gave us DVDs of The West Wing and Gilmore Girls.

All in all, it was the perfect way to spend Christmas. Friends, good food, booze, and Doctor Who. Really, what more do you need?

Here's hoping that everyone out there in Flistland had a Happy Holiday! 
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There is a lot of wangst on LJ (especially [livejournal.com profile] doctorwho  and [livejournal.com profile] tennant_love , where a new post about this seems to appear every day) about this article from The Mirror regarding the future of Doctor Who.

Please to be keeping a few things in mind, fandom:

1) Doctor Who is a big seller for tabloids. The mere mention of the show or David Tennant can sell millions of papers. The fact that DW will have limited airing until 2010 is probably freaking out their marketing machines, because if there's no DW news, their numbers drop dramatically. Hence the need for them to jump on any little rumour or innuendo to keep the momentum going.

2) Any major news about the show will come from the BBC, Steven Moffatt or Russell T Davies, or David Tennant directly. Trust nothing you hear until you hear it from them. They are not in the habit of going to the tabloids to pass information out, and given how much they want to keep the 2009 specials a surprise, I have a feeling that they are keeping things even more under wraps than usual.

3) When you have a show as successful and popular as Doctor Who, you don't want to change the formula too much. TV execs hate to deal with change, and here we have a lot of it happening all at once. The Powers That Be in Cardiff already have to deal RTD, Phil Collinson and Julie Gardner leaving pretty much all at the same time. They have to replace Collinson and Gardner, break in Steven Moffatt as the new Executive Producer/Head Writer, and they have to recast the companion role. With all that going on, it makes sense for Tennant, who is probably the most popular Doctor ever, to stay on for at least one more series to help transition the audience.

4) There was a lot of hue and cry when Christopher Eccleston left after Series 1, because he was so fantastic as the Doctor. Many people were uncertain if David Tennant could fill Eccleston's shoes. And yet, Tennant's Doctor has been a resounding success. If and when Tennant does leave, you can be sure that The Powers That Be are going to search high and low for the perfect actor to replace him, and whoever they find will be amazing. The scripts will be as good if not better, and the show will continue to be fun.

So relax! It's way too early in the game to worry about this stuff. 
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Things making me happy these days:

  • My husband, who is a newscaster on a certain Canadian public broadcasting radio station, recently managed to hide a Doctor Who reference in a story about wolves stealing calves from farms. "Farmers in the Abitibi have a Bad Wolf problem..." He waited until he was sure I would hear it. He's the best.
  • I bought this Muppet Show lunch box in Old Quebec. It's pretty much the awesomest thing ever. And yes, I take my lunch to work in it. All the other kids my co-workers are so jealous.
  • The weather here has been pretty fantastic, which has meant a lot of sitting around drinking sangria on the patio.
  • I go on two weeks' vacation as of Sunday. Even more sangria/patio action.
  • Strawberries. Mmmm.
Things making me not so happy these days:

  • I made the mistake of wearing a top with an empire waist to work today, and a customer said, "Oh, you have a bun in the oven!" My oven is currently bun-free. But thanks for making me feel bad about my weight, lady. I'm never wearing that shirt to work again.
  • I had a follow-up doctor's appointment for my ongoing sinus problem. I am having surgery on Sept 25th to correct my slightly deviated septum.
  • My mother wants to come up and visit this September for our birthday (She and I have birthdays two days apart). She plans to bring my dad with her. That'll be fun.
The good things outweigh the bad things, so I'm calling it a win.

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