Tara (ravenclawed) wrote,

It's probably obvious, but I'm not participating in NaBloPoMo this month. Maybe December. I had thought about doing NaNoWriMo, but I don't think I'm ready for that yet. Maybe next year.

Didn't get a single trick-or-treater on Friday. Either I got home too late (6:45 PM) or they simply didn't come around. I know there are kids in my building -- I've heard them. Oh well, chocolate for me and gummys for my dad's cousin's son in Iraq.

Last night's Valentine was its first rerun -- "Daddy's Home," my favorite episode so far. Next week's is also a rerun, which is a bad sign when you consider that this is Sweeps Month.

RAW is celebrating its 800th episode tonight, so it's three hours instead of two. Unfortunately for me, that means it starts at 7, the same time as DWTS. I guess this means I'll be going back-and-forth again. I get the feeling Susan's going home this week.

No NCIS tomorrow because of Election Day. And the DWTS results show was moved to Wednesday. I wonder if that means an extra day to vote. Tomorrow night, my plan is to watch Dirty Jobs (Mike's tackling dirty jobs some former presidents have had) and election results (haven't decided on which network) during the commercials and after DJ is over.

Wednesday ("Remember, remember, the 5th of November"), I'm watching V for Vendetta. I'm trying to find a TV show about Guy Fawkes, but The History Channel, History International, A&E, Biography, Discovery, TLC (granted, that one was a long-shot to begin with), National Geographic, and even BBC America aren't getting into the spirit. See, Mom thinks Guy Fawkes Day is anti-Catholic. I don't know enough about it, so I thought someone would show a documentary. The History Channel is showing an episode of MonsterQuest about "real" dragons (this relative of the Komodo Dragon that may or may not be extinct) that night, so at least I'll have something to watch.

It's supposed to be 77° today. November is not starting how I thought it would.

ETA: Forgot to mention that I finished Red Lily Saturday. Good book. Not as good as Blue Dahlia, but still good.
Tags: books, catholicism, dead shows, holidays, politics, wwe
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