I'm a bit of a multifandom and random lifeblogging blog but my main interest right now is Supernatural.
I'm a cautiously optimistic Destiel shipper, where I believe the show is almost certainly heading towards implicit canon and has a high possibility for explicit canon, too. I've enjoyed S9, in as much as you can enjoy a dark season, and expect great things from season 10 as it wraps up the three season arc.
My other interests are far and wide but I've also recently gotten into Teen Wolf where, unlike most of fandom, I NOTP Sterek-so I'm not that involved online. But I do worship Lydia and I ship Stydia because Stiles loves her as much as I do!
I follow other shows and will probably do post-episode blogs for some of them and reblog stuff I like when I see it, but I don't scrounge too much for stuff. Other interests are described in my 'About me' links.
As for me-I'm 31 years old, live in Somerset in the South West of England and I work in the builder's merchants retail sector (no more details there because I keep my internet life and real life very separate). I'm also asexual and aromantic which means I survive on OTPs because I cannot produce the necessary emotions myself! (Joking aside, I'm an absolute shipper and I'm unashamed of that fact).
And that up there is my cat. Who is the most beautiful cat in the world. Lalalala what bias?
A 53 hour work week last week and I’m only two days into this work week and already clocking 25 hours.
I’m really starting to feel the strain, right now, and I’ve got at least another month of this shit.
Took a break from sewing together my latest knitting project and then, gasp, it was after 5pm and time for another episode of EA!
Emma and Alex are so cute and so relaxed around each other, as expected from people who were best friends before lovers (I’m sure their RL relationship also helps, there, but I’m sure they are consciously acting the part, too). One more episode of this show isn’t enough to get all the adorableness I need, but I guess that is what fanfic will be for. I only pray that people will provide!
As for Frank…I’m glad he doesn’t have things easy. His explanations for why the relationship was a secret does make sense (particularly in regards to Jane’s reputation) but there is still a lot of asshole type behaviour that doesn’t quite sit right. His apology to Emma seemed more like saving face than genuine remorse. But at the same time, I don’t think he intended to hurt Emma (or Alex)-I just don’t think he thought it through too clearly. And although he apologised to Emma, I would have liked to have heard him talk about how sorry he was about his behaviour towards Maddy (he goaded Emma into being horrible about the jams and although the photos from Boxx imply that he also knew things had gone too far-from the look on his face in the ones post insult-he still had a part in that). And also to some of the other things he said about Jane when he was ‘protesting too much’ in an attempt to hide the relationship. If I were Jane I would be less concerned in the seriousness of his feelings and more concerned about the way he behaved.
(also, yeay to Jane for setting up her own foundation!)
But I loved how they handled Harriet and the Knighthouse revelation! Harriet, in this adaptation, has been allowed to show a lot of personal growth and has been treated like a capable employee, rather than the slightly dim and easily led girl in the book. So it makes sense for her to a) realise that her own feelings for Alex aren’t as deep as she originally thought b) realise that something is going on between Emma and Alex (since she works so closely with both of them) and c) be supportive of Emma’s happiness. I’m so glad that we didn’t have to watch her heart break, although I’m sure she is still conflicted over the situation. It makes the preview of BMart’s return a lot more satisfying, because we know that any resolution to their arc is going to be completely genuine and not a product of second choices!
It really is a shame that next week is the last episode. I hope we get to see everyone again and that it isn’t exclusively based on Harriet and BMart, as adorably awkward as they are bound to be!