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13 March 2009 @ 11:11 pm
Today was mostly about what I didn't do, but ought to have done.

I didn't bake.
I didn't work out.
I didn't do that second load of laundry.
I didn't manage to find the vitamin supplements for HT.
I didn't eat very well.
I didn't do any serious writing.
I didn't organize the stack of printouts and scrawled notes that currently constitute my personal cook book.
I didn't make something to take to ricknestler's party.
I didn't broker peace between the kitties.

Somewhere in the midst of all that not-doing, I managed to get some things done.

I went to phototherapy.
I did that first load of laundry.
I semi-organized (but didn't file) a bunch of bills and paperwork.
I cleaned my house. Mostly. Kind of. A little. Okay, very little.
I listened to a couple of my backlogged podcasts. Yes, this counts as an accomplishment.
I cleaned out the fridge.

And, though I can't count this as my own accomplishment:

Esme was astonishingly adorable.

Edit: I've also starting a re-watch of DW: Season Four. Donna Noble is made entirely of win, shiny and awesome.
I feel: listless*shrug*
Janet: lazy tv daygoodnite_gracee on March 14th, 2009 03:45 am (UTC)
I think your day sounded lovely, but that's only as compared to mine *grin*.

After Rose and Martha, and having seen Runaway Bride, I didn't think I'd like Donna as a constant companion, but she kept growing on me... and I died when when she became a Time Lord, and then died a little more when she lost it! Still can't decide between her and Martha...
Kel: Donna is awesomeladyjoust on March 14th, 2009 04:14 am (UTC)
When they announced Catherine Tate as the companion for Season Four, I was decidedly unhappy. I hated her in The Runaway Bride. Shrill, shrieky, and shallow. Bah.

By The Fires of Pompeii, though, I was totally won over. I loved Rose (more with Nine than Ten, but that's another post). I thought Martha was lovely and capable and strong and I don't get all the hate that's out there for her character. Donna Noble, however... I still ache for what she had, and what she lost. It's all about that potent combination of brilliant writing and beautiful performance.
Kel: touching stardustladyjoust on March 14th, 2009 04:15 am (UTC)
Oh, and another Season Four note: any time Wilf is on screen, he owns a bit of my soul.
Janet: Captain Jackgoodnite_gracee on March 14th, 2009 04:32 am (UTC)
I started thinking about this after I hit "post comment" and realized that my real FAVORITE companion is Jack.

I think I'm going to BE Jack, in the 51st century...
Kel: Gwen/Jack lurveladyjoust on March 14th, 2009 04:40 am (UTC)
Oh, lovely Jack! Every so often when I get bogged down in Torchwood angst (and don't get me wrong - I do love Torchwood; it's just so veryintense) I watch the DW Season One Jack episodes and all is right with the world.
Janet: lazy tv daygoodnite_gracee on March 14th, 2009 04:44 am (UTC)