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First of all, a MASSIVE THANK YOU (one totally deserving of capslock) to [livejournal.com profile] tabula_x_rasa for the heart. Seriously hun, thank you so much. *smushes you*

Secondly, everyone should go check out the Awesome Ladies Podfic Anthology II! It is an amazing anthology of podfic of 104 stories, written by 86 authors, read by 47 podficcers in 64 fandoms. It is utterly amazing and wonderful and the people who compiled it have put in an amazing amount of work and it is absolutely epic. I recorded 2 podfics. One in Lewis fandom about Innocent and one in Sherlock fandom about Mrs Hudson. It's been fantastic listening to all of them. So many podficcers I haven't heard before! I'm only half an hour in and the massive smile on my face just isn't going away. You should all go check it out!

Lastly, I have joined twitter. I'm croissantkatie over there too if anyone wants to find me. I've already found a bunch of amazing podficcers which is absolutely brilliant.
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Whilst recording podfic today, I kept saying murdered instead of murmured. I then had to spend a fair amount of time not saying "there's been a murder!" in my poor excuse for a Scottish accent a la Taggart. I think this is the final conclusive proof that I watch too many murder mysteries. Clearly the obvious way to spend the rest of my day is to go watch Lewis.

I spent a fair amount of time knitting whilst watching Lewis yesterday. Despite having the DVDs of nearly the entirety of Lewis, I haven't watched any in far too long. I'm also hoping to actually finish knitting the scarf I've been making on and off for over a year. It's rather ugly and uneven but I am very fond of it. It's going to be very warm though which is the main thing.

[livejournal.com profile] no_tags has started posting which is incredibly exciting. I'm trying to comment on things as I'm a bit rubbish at that most of the time and I'm trying to make an effort.

In other news, I had a great time in Nottingham and have actually been keeping reasonably busy. So that's good!
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I have watched Sherlock three times now and still have no coherent thoughts.

Potential spoilers )

I also found out that another friend of mine, Reuben, passed up the opportunity to be an extra in Lewis. A number of us explained to him in no uncertain terms that should this ever happen again, he had to be involved in it. All my friends at Oxford/going to Oxford next year have also been informed. On the plus side Reuben walked back to his dorm and had to go round where Lewis was filming. Reuben's life genuinely sounds like a plot from Lewis (home schooled until 15, a year ahead academically, classicist, fences) as well.

And that's about it for now!
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A rather spectacular display of heavy rain and hail has just finished, so have a meme!

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I have fallen rather out of the habit of posting here, which is a bit of a shame really. I am however going to attempt to rememdy this. I suspect I might fail at this for a while as exam season is fast approaching and I'm getting slightly nervous (read: very very panic-y). On the other hand, I may end up posting lots as a means of procrastination. It all depends. The main issue I'm having at the moment is remembering things. Apart from a couple of parts of maths which I both can't remember and don't really understand. Various people are lending me notes and links to videos and stuff though, so I think (hope) I'll get there eventually.

On the plus side, I have discovered that one of my friends loves Lewis as much as I do. Sadly, Lewis is over again. It always finished far too soon for my liking. But Doctor Who is on, so that makes up for it really. That was one of the many sad things about having so many bank holiday Mondays. By the time I got to see everyone, I could barely remember what I wanted to talk to people about. Ah well, I did get lots of time off, even if I completely lost track of days of the week. I do not want anymore three day weeks. They confuse me so much.

Ooh, and Eurovision. Watched it with both my parents, various European foods and some cider. It was ridiculous and utterly awesome. I particularly enjoyed the signing for "all the deaf people who love eurovision" according to Graham Norton and the incredibly bizarre moment when we were at the top of the leader board. Great fun, although I'm glad we only do it once a year!

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