cynicale: Drew Sarich, Leanne Dobinson, Jon Robyns and Nancy Sullivan (Sawyer)
Watched Lost. I can't believe how much I've missed it:) Much love to Sayid, Sawyer and Desmond <3 And poor Hurley:(

The Jack/Ianto scene in Torchwood 2.3 was adorable <3. And Ianto kept hanging about around him:)  I enjoyed the plot of the episode reasonably well. Owen finally seems more likable too, which is great.

Seems like I can't go two days without hurting myself at the moment. I got something between my teeth wednesday, worried it all night, and ended up cutting myself in the tongue:( And yesterday, in P.E. a girl hit me in the eye, pretty hard. I'm not sure if it was her hand or elbow, but anyway, exchanging pea-bags is a dangerous activity:) My contact lens flew right out of my eye, so obviously it could have been really dangerous (last year a teacher actually lost his cornea when someone hit him with a ball to the side of his head). Feels like I ought to have a black eye, but luckily, I don't. 

Act 1 of the Les Mis July 24th DVD is online, and I got it, along with some other things I've been dying to get. The quality is horrible, but I absolutely adore it (and Maxie seems to have had a very good day)!
cynicale: Drew Sarich, Leanne Dobinson, Jon Robyns and Nancy Sullivan (Luna)
 I don't have to have my oral presentation until friday! Yay! Instead I have a French test tomorrow, and religion on wednesday, but that's okay, since we, for some reason, barely have any homework this week. 

It's really easy to fall for Doctor Who, isn't it?;) I've just finished watching the last christmas special, after season 3. I've decided Ten is rather brilliant, but I still prefer Nine. I also prefer Rose over Martha, but Martha's not bad either. Now I'll watch Torchwood;) And four episodes with Three, and that movie (since Paul McGann is in it. I adore him in Hornblower). And, I have to say this: So that's the Master! I've wondered. He's awesome;) John Barrowman looks good when he's dirty...not that he doesn't always do.

My fever didn't break until late Wednesday evening, and then, on Thursday I hurt my knee. I was bending down, and twisted around to pet my cat, and then I was lying on the floor. I tried to get up, and I could hear my knee clicking back into place. This, naturally, hurt. Now, finally I'm able to walk down the stairs without pain, but I still have to keep my leg stiff when I bend down. This isn't easy, as I have cats to care for. But i've made good progress today, so I hope PE will go okay at school tomorrow.

This week, Mum started talking about my dear cat Casper dying. I do know he nearly died of sickness when he was a year old, I know we never manage to get our cats to live past their 14th year (he's 9 and a half now), and it was my most common nightmare for years, but I don't need to talk about it! 
Luna's little friend has disappeared. Every night the past year or so, the neighborhood cat has come to our celler window, and met up with our youngest (who doesn't go outside). They meow to each other, and sometimes Luna attack the window. She misses him, keeps staring out:( His owners called around the area a few days ago, but he hasn't showed up. Mum reckons it's that gigantic fox she claims to have seen last year who has taken him. RIP, Milkshake (...must be the kid who named him) (also, there's a running joke in the house that it was Casper who did the evil deed...they didn't like each other much, though they sometimes managed to keep themselves civil)

I spent 29-31 December visiting Trondheim again. That girl  (soon 7, but less mature than the norm) can be really annoying, but she does know how to make us adore her. Our families are close, we see a lot of each other (more than I see my real family), and we live in their house each time we visit. So one day, when we came in the door, she said something like "What  if we were all a big family? Then you'd be my big sister!" and she went on about how nice that'll be. She hugged me a lot, and in the mornings she crawled into my bed (we shared her room). She even stayed there 40 minutes one morning, falling asleep on me. Who can resist that? <font face="Symbol">&#169;</font>
Also, later, we heard by telephone that she'd been asked about what she remembered clearest from her holiday. it was me, mum and her playing with those magnet-building things I can't remember the name of. Geomags? <font face="Symbol">&#169;</font>

PS- Theatretrades (or was it theatrefoorwear?) has temporarily disabled accounts with 0 posts. I only registered this week! And I'm in the middle of an awesome trade! I've sent most of my end, and now I can't check if I've gotten my wonderful links, as I can't access my damn account!
PS.2- I wish I didn't feel bouncy at 23.30 nine out of ten nights
PS.3- I've started playing Prince of Persia on my computer. It's cool, and I feel rather good at it. I have technique;) 
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I just figured out who Trond Teigen is! He's the one who's going to play Percy in the Scarlet Pimpernel, which I now have tickets for, this fall. This is making me excited, as I love many of the dubbings/television apperances he has done. Here's the highlights from his biography:

Exciting! I only remember disliking him in Lady and the Tramp 2, and then mostly because the change of voice from the first movie was very obvious

In other good news, I've finally gotten the hang of tracking:)

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