Where does it go?

The time that is. I used to have ample time to post and comment on sites and look at forums to my heart’s content but for the last 2 weeks I feel as though this time has disappeared.

I went through my feed reader a few days ago and I had 82 unread items! Items that I didn’t get to read properly or comment on.

My site has been suffering for this. No time to post and comment means I get the same in return ๐Ÿ™ Fortunately, my site has been up for a few days now and has been at it’s most stable since my host’s server transfer. Unfortunately, this effected my partner’s site badly and all my time is eaten up thinking of ways to fix it. After waiting for a week to get something done the answer seems to be move server. Instead of having down time and issues we instead bought a new domain name and hosted it somewhere else. All issues resolved ๐Ÿ™‚

Although it looks glum, I have had some time! I started and finished the Pride and Prejudice mini series and will admit Colin Firth was perfect! I don’t swoon but he was wonderful.

I’m also up to date on the Kate Brian book front. It surprises me I have read all 10 books! (or is it 11 including Last Christmas)… I’m not sure I even like them any more but I keep on keeping on ๐Ÿ™‚

And then there is all that TV I’ve been watching. i think I’ll need a fave TV post.. until then keep an eye out for Modern Family, Community & The Inbetweeners. You won’t be sorry! ๐Ÿ™‚

The Darcy Effect

Today I finished watching the miniseries Lost in Austen with Jemima Rooper. It is a very cheesy, chick flick style mini series. Every girls dream that suddenly they are transported back in time and take Elizabeth Bennet’s place in Pride and Prejudice. I have to admit that I don’t recall watching Colin Firth in Pride and Prejudice and swooning, in fact I don’t recall seeing it at all or reading the book so these characters were pretty new too me.

All that being said, I think I have been struck down with the Darcy effect. Oh my, but Elliot Cowan was lovely! I loved his glares and looks of frustration and confusion. I don’t know if he would be considered in the rank of Colin Firth but I think he was incredible.

So why is it that we all swoon over the the mean Mr Darcy? Why is it he that thousands of women fantasise over than, perhaps, the lovely Mr Bingley? He is a kind, wealthy man that thinks with his heart! What’s not to love?

I couldn’t say, though I never once thought of Mr Bingley… not after seeing Darcy anyway.

So now that I have Darcy fever I am getting the book from the library and looking for any film adaptions ๐Ÿ˜€ I think I am obsessed after just a few stares and snarks. I can’t help but wonder what the book Darcy will bring for me.