Doctor Who that is. Specifically the dreamy newest incarnation played by the dishy David Tennant.
When I returned by train from NYC, I stopped in the Hartford Public Library to borrow some DVDs including the second season of Dr. Who. I still feel under the weather and now that the Fox Morning Show is done, I have several days home to rest with the Doctor (oh and the first season of Twin Peaks).
The trip to NYC went well with the highlight being dinner at Zen Palate with Scott T, a former LIA participant who attended the Ex-Gay Survivor Conference this summer. We shared a conversation that left me inspired and contented. You know that feeling after a thoughtful, earnest conversation and yummy food?
Not much to say about the Morning Show (I believe we have links to video at Ex-Gay Watch and Box Turtle Bulletin and in comments to my previous post).
The producer of the segment expressed surprise that Alan Chambers and I were cordial with each other before the show, and how Alan, his wife Leslie and I chatted and caught up. As we witnessed this summer in Irvine, ex-gays and ex-gay survivors share a kinship of sorts. I believe we can allow ourselves to extend compassion and understanding to each other that most folks outside the ex-gay experience may not be able to muster.
It is good to be home though after four weeks away. In addition to the DVDs from the library, I also borrowed Christina García’s novel, Dreaming in Cuba, which is this year’s community read in Hartford. Feels good to read the same book with thousands of my neighbors at the same time. The author will join us on October 26th at the library.
I type this from bed on my Treo 700P and welcome your e-mails as I force myself to stay home and recover for the next few days (although Tina just e-mailed me about a Break-Dance Shakespeare event at Harford Stage (FREE!) that I really can’t miss.
Thanks for all your comments (even the snarky ones 🙂