Diet ideas: Eat whatever you want, and if anyone tries to lecture you about your weight, eat them too.
whenever my cat’s mad at us he likes to stare melodramatically out the window like he’s in some sort of soap opera
Most people won’t admit it, or don’t even realize it, but
caring for people takes energy out of you.
Investing your time and attention making sure somebody knows
that you love them and that you want to ensure their well-being can drain you:
- even physically.
Love people, but take care of yourself.
Don’t burn yourself out.
I wish I was as hot as my laptop is right now.
The Doctor found your blog!
Hello- yes- sorry! Didn’t mean to surprise you, just a bit of a non-routine routine… checkarooni. Oh… no, not checkarooni. What in the blazes is a checkarooni? Really, Doctor.
But no! Truly, there’s nothing to worry about. Just a bit of a —follow-up, yes, a follow-up, after that whole situation with the Wi-Fi. If you’re wondering, you are A-OK. I think, just one more quick—…… ah, yes. No residual, soul-sucking hotspots here. Relax, and- and… keep on scrolling.
Oh, and if you happen to see a fish on your monitors… don’t be alarmed. He’s microchip-encapsulated, called Barnaby. I had him on the TARDIS monitors and then he just went swimming off into the Wi-Fi. If you see him, just, you know, shoo him in the general direction of my when-and-where.
(Okay, so less of a follow-up-with-the-Wi-Fi, more of a I’ve-lost-my-bio-fibre-optic-fish… but I digress!)
You know what is so beautiful about these two scenes? That they’re both thinking this is a final goodbye. so both of them are bearing their soul to the other person they think is going to fade from them forever. who’s days will be lost to a tragedy their responsible for. And so they confess undying love for their dying loves. only in the end to recieve words of hope. the doctor in the tesselecta and river with a final “spoilers”. because not everything ends. not love. not really.
I guess you could say the Doctor’s gravestone is…
Go to your room.