Saturday, 29 December 2007

Robin Hood Series 2 ends!

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoooooooooo! Okay so I know I'm a sad, pathetic fool but its been a long time since didn't have something to look forward to featuring Richard Armitage. Now that the Robin Hood series has finished I feel thoroughly fed up. I shall have to contend with gazing at my Sir Guy model and his faithful horse in my shed for the time being. Mind you I did watch a trailer on tv earlier today for PS, I love you staring my other hero - yes, I did say I was pathetic and I'm not ashamed - Gerard Butler. So I suppose I do have that to look forward to but it won't be the same not having the divine Richard gracing my tv screen every saturday night.

I have, however, after a week of very little work on the writing front managed nearly 5,000 words today and aim to finish the first draft of Reading Paige at some point tomorrow. It means that I have been rather anti-social today - not answering the phone and not joining dh and the boys when they went out today but they were happy that I disappeared off to the shed and I felt great at the end of the day for having managed to write so much. That was until tonight when my programme finished, of course.

I'm getting used to my ipod and spent a couple of hours listening to it last night when dh was out. The only problem is that I feel compelled to sing along to the tunes and my (unmelodic) voice singing along with the cast of Les Miserables sounded wonderful to my ears but made me think of all those contestants on X Factor that thought they could sing when in truth they sounded like strangled aliens or similar.

3 comments:

Ray-Anne said...

5000 words!!!! I am mega impressed. You deserve your drooling time!
PLUS You could always watch the North and South DVD again in small doses if all else fails.
LOL Ray-Anne

andrea.harrison said...

I never knew RA was the one from Vicar of Dibley!! Hope you got a double dose last night it was on BBC1 again

Debs said...

ray-anne - thanks. I shall have to bring out my N&S dvd soon, will need to find time without any children so can watch it from beginning to end without interruption. Ahhhhh bliss.

andrea - lovely to see you here, thanks for the message. Yes, he is one and the same and I did catch it when I went out to the shed again to escape from the telephone.