Friendsgiving with PD kids | November 26, 2013
pc: Amy W.
WIP Personal project… Why do I listen to sad bastard music? In order to remove the song stuck in my head I needed to get it out physically… That has always been a guiding principal for me.
I’m excited for the 50th anniversary episode airing tomorrow. I don’t have a deep history with the Doctor, I got into it hmm maybe a year and a half ago. But the Doctor has a deep history with history. It is thee longest running television series. It’s smart. It’s iconic. It, the show, like the characters defies convention and what we know. Most importantly this show is pure magic, it has captured the attention of many generations, touching people in many different ways. Besides seeing how far the show has come, it’s nice to see, how far television has come. Tomorrow the latest episode will be simulcasted worldwide on the internet and on cable, no television show, has attempted something like this. It’s fucking perfect, it’s poetic, beautiful. The show that broke boundaries will be celebrating an epic 50 years by breaking them again.
Congratulations BBC. Congratulations Doctor Who. Congratulations television.
It’s starting to look like Christmas in LA. I usually don’t approve of Christmas decoration before Thanksgiving, but my heart grew three sizes after visiting The Grove tonight.
Without sounding creepy, I must confess that once in a while I dip into my friend’s archives. I find each of their blogs to be an accurate reflection of them, at least the person I know. Their likes and dislikes, their interests, what makes them laugh, what makes them sad, slowly collected throughout the years. What I enjoy the most is discovering this beautiful organic growth in maturity and in life, that you can only find from a far.
I think sometimes my numbness stems from this deep fear that if I were to surrender to my thoughts, I’d probably break all over again. I hold myself together, internalizing my entirety in silence like a safety precaution. For a girl with so many stories, I found my innocence today and it made me feel so little and fragile but never have I felt so safe at the same time. It’s a weird place to be.