Current Project: I'm investigating/researching/reading up on Radical Feminism. For funsies! My kingdom for a Women's Studies graduate program in the NW.
Location: Anywhere it's cloudy and raining or misty and gray or chilly and windy. Ideally all of the above.
TV Shows: Can we talk about how GREAT it is seeing David Tennant on a Fox TV show? It warms my heart. What warms my heart even more? That they kept his gorgeous beard stubble. If you didn't see Broadchurch when it aired last year in the UK, go watch it first. But then start watching the American version, Gracepoint, starring David and Breaking Bad's Anna Gunn. The teleplay is by the same person, the sometimes-Doctor Who writer Chris Chibnall. He wrote "42", one of my favorite episodes ever. As for other new fall shows, I'm watching Gotham (and loathing it), Blackish (and enjoying it), The Mysteries of Laura (and liking it more than expected), How To Get Away With Murder (and already liking it better than Scandal), and finally, The Red Band Society (and super back and forth about it). Also, I'm still watching Outlander, but unfortunately, I have to retract my former high praise. I got to a certain part in the book that really upset me. I'm hopeful they'll portray it differently (or not at all) in the show, but those hopes aren't high, judging by how closely they've stuck to the source material so far.
Worry: I'm taking Stevie in for a private session with a dog behaviorist this month and I'm quite nervous about it.
Movie: I re-watched Happy Gilmore last weekend (to get prepped for watching the Ryder Cup), and realized I should be watching it on at least an annual basis.
Food: I'm super into Zoi Greek yogurt right now. The only part I don't like is the fruit on the bottom. Someone find me a nice single man who likes cats and chunky fruit at the bottom of yogurt containers but not the yogurt itself.
Celebrity Crush: Josh Lucas in The Mysteries of Laura.
Obsession: Finding childhood crap on Ebay. I'm planning on doing a post about it soon!
Book: Well, loads of radical feminism books with titles like The Industrial Vagina, The Spinster and Her Enemies, Against Sadomasochism, etc. But in fiction I'm in the second book of the Mara Dyer series. The first one, The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer, had me hooked; I read it in one night! But the second is definitely less gripping. It's creepier, which I like, but a lot less smoochy-time between her and Noah, which I dislike.
Thankfulness: For the energy I had to clean my condo this weekend. Summer stuff is in storage, deck is cleaned...
Indulgence: Almond Roca for breakfast.
Fashion: I'm getting ready to dye my hair a new color for the fall/winter.
Music: This song (thanks to this SYTYCD routine):
Reminder: "Falling in love with yourself first doesn't make you vain or selfish, it makes you indestructible." (x)