Firstly I must apologise for the delay in this post. I had intended to re-watch on Sunday after Louise had gone home. However, partly due to Thursday evening’s events (that being my precious phone being stolen), I needed snuggles more than I needed followers, so you lot had to wait. Sorry, but them’s the breaks. Then I got up this morning and have been busy all day. It’s cool though, when I started, I could afford 5 off days, and I’ve used 2. I do however, have a mostly free week now, so I’ll do a couple of multi-episode days – actually, a few and build up a buffer against further delays.
Anyway, enough about me… I’m hoping this blogged re-watch will help me get back into regular blogging anyway so you lot’ll probably learn more than you want or need to about me soon enough anyway. On with the show…
Continue reading “1.03: Lord Snow”
Episode 2 opens in Dothraki lands as they settle to camp for the night. We get some background about a couple of the characters before the scene switches back to Winterfell. Continue reading “1.02: The Kingsroad”
And so begins the big re-watch. I have a plan to re-watch the entire first 2 series of Game of Thrones before series 3 starts at the beginning of April. I’ll try to remember to use a cut for the sake of anyone who’s not seen it before and is planning to.
Continue reading “1.01: Winter is Coming”
Now I’m getting nagged to finish up, as Mistress wants to finish moving in. Sigh!
So, i am sitting on a stool (the only seating here) in a flat near Archway, waiting for Louise to find the screws for putting her bed together! We’re moving her from Barking.
And I’m typing this on a Nexus 7 tablet, of which I won’t say much, except that it’s awesome.
Oh, and I need a drink.
Wanted to say thanks to all who came out last night to help me celebrate at the Bree Louise and later the Euston Tap. Fun was had, hopefully by all.
Today is lunch….
Since it’s my birthday this weekend, I’ve decided to head out this evening with some friends.
Meeting at the Bree Louise at about 6pm (which is fairly accessible for those with difficulty), then maybe moving on to the Euston Tap later (which isn’t), depending on who’s around.
Dr Who is going to have to wait for iPlayer!