Saturday, May 9, 2009

Life, Doctor Who, and Sookie Stackhouse

I have not posted in a while. At this moment I am watching "My Girl" on the family television. It's actually very sad. I won't give away the ending incase you have not seen it, but I need to warn you... make sure you have a box of tissues and a dark room to watch it in.

This next week is finals week. I am happy to announce that I am exempt from my english final. No more waking up at 6:30 AM to get to class by 8 AM! The only sad thing is that I do have two finals for Intro to Psychology and Texas History this upcoming Thursday.

For those of you who have not heard of the British TV Series "Doctor Who" (I'm sure that would be just about all of you who are Americans) you should check out this website:

Who is an excellent television show about a man called "The Doctor" who is the last of the Time Lords. He is an alien who fights invading, controlling aliens from other galaxies. He travels with different women in his blue spaceship called the Tardis made to look like an old police box that's bigger on the inside. An incredible ability of this "Doctor" is that when he is injured to the point of death he can regenerate and live again.

Season ones doctor is played by Christopher Eccleston while season two features David Tennent as the famous doctor. Some of the doctor's assistants include Rose Tyler, Martha Jones, and Donna Noble. I don't want to give away the reason why some of these people disappear so I will stop here. Anyway, you need to check out Doctor Who on

Next on my list of things to do is go out and buy the book "Dead and Gone" by Charlaine Harris (famous for her Southern Vampire Series). The only problem with this plan is that I have OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder) and all of my other books in this series are paperback and this book has not yet been released in paperback. I know it may sound silly or irrational that it should bother me that the books would be different, but I can't help it (hint:emphasis on "obsessive compulsive"). This series is definitely worth giving a try.

Sookie Stackhouse is a human with a disability, she is a telepath surrounded by vampires who have exposed themselves to the world. Sookie has been "hired" as their own personal mind reader. Not only do vampires exists but also shifters, werewolves, witches, and other creatures that go bump in the night. She helps save the lives of humans, vamps, and were's alike.

Well, that's enough for now. Doctor Who has just come on TV and I must watch it... again!

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