Hello everyone! I missed writing these so much – life is just so boring without Doctor Who on every weekend. Christmas was also rather boring at night without a special; it sort of became a tradition for me to sit down and watch Doctor Who every Christmas night – regardless of who was still over my house.
I think the year that Eleven regenerated into Twelve I literally went into my room by myself with guests still here to watch the episode. And last year I turned it into pretty much a whole event.
But we’re not talking about past specials. Oh no, we’re talking about this year’s special – and how the villain that Whovians everywhere have been waiting for finally made its return.
Before proceeding, read my spoiler warning here and proceed with caution.
I write a lot about how I don’t believe in New Years Resolutions. They’re bound to fail and I can never think of anything that I’ll actually succeed at – hence why I never make them.
But this year, I’m going to make a good solid attempt.
Inspired by Megan’s post from a couple weeks ago where she had both personal goals and blog goals, I thought it would be a good idea to do the same. Her post is different than this one cause it’s rounding up her goals at the end of the year, but still inspired me and is probably the route I’ll take at the end of the year.
Also, how are we liking the new header fonts? I personally think its much easier and cleaner to read, but still different. Also, my little font stopped working a while ago, so I figured it was time for that one to go too.
I know I’m technically supposed to be on a break until 2019… but I needed to write this post before I forgot all my feelings about it and before it was ‘too late’ to write about it.
So here I am, writing this post just literally an hour after getting out of the movie. I’ve pretty much already plentifully distracted myself and forgotten most of the good stuff I was going to say but let me say…. IT WAS AWESOME.
As always if you don’t want spoilers, you probably shouldn’t read. I always try to keep them to a minimum, but sometimes it doesn’t work.