If the package is “out for delivery” on Friday March 7 but the expected delivery date is Saturday March 8, then it is not “on schedule” but AHEAD of schedule.
Yours in technicality,
So I was going to read tonight, but then I started thinking maybe I should watch Game of Thrones (or maybe catch up on TV shows because I’m so behind because I’ve been reading a lot) but then at the Thai restaurant, the TV was turned to whatever channel was playing Captain America and during the commercials, it announced that the channel would be showing How to Train Your Dragon tomorrow and so now I just want to watch How to Train Your Dragon and cry because I really want a Toothless, guys (and no, seriously, the movie does make me cry because I really do want a Toothless) but maybe I also just want to watch Pushing Daisies and this is the pesky decision facing me tonight.
Since “Let It Go” has made itself quite cozy inside my brain, I caved and downloaded the damn song to listen to it on repeat. At least this way, I hear more than the words “Let it go” over and over.
“The Doctor. The man who makes people better”.
Spot the difference: for nearly all of them, they thought they were worthless, and the Doctor proved them wrong. Except Martha. The Doctor thought she was worth less, and she proved him wrong.
^Why Martha Jones is one of my favourites.
I still haven’t told my mother I ordered more tea the other day. She thinks that I have enough tea. There’s a whole basketful and then some. But how, I ask you, am I supposed to become an accomplished drinker of tea with a discerning palate if I don’t begin sampling different types of tea and teas grown in different regions or finished in particular ways? If my father is allowed to state a preference for coffee grown in particular regions (he dislikes Latin American coffee), I am allowed to learn if I prefer Chinese teas or Sri Lankan.