Our Sunday Funnies today are for all you Whovians. Here’s David Tennant teaching Catherine Tate in an English class, with a bit of Shakespeare thrown in. Tune your ears to some British accents and come along for the ride. (And if it doesn’t make sense to you, you’ll just have to watch a few Dr. Who episodes and get hooked like the rest of us!)
Unfortunately, Shakespeare seems to be the class that’s sending me to the overwhelmed side of the room right now. It’s been a rough week – I started a cold on Sunday that lingered through the week and left me way behind schedule with readings – especially Romeo & Juliet. Three assignments on it due this week before we start Henry IV. Sigh.
Needless to say, my ROW80 goals rather fell apart. I did spend two days with my writing, which included a blog post on Wednesday only because it was my essay from last weeks writing class. Exercise was way off my radar until yesterday, when I managed a nice walk in a local park.
On the other hand, I’m feeling better now, I’m getting a handle on the upcoming week, and I should have some time for my own WIP tomorrow – hurray! Click here for some other ROW80 blogs.
So the question of the day is . . . how has your own week of goals been? Or, possibly more important, who’s your favorite Dr. Who: Christopher Eccleston, David Tennant or Matt Smith?
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