On Downton Abbey.
At least for the time being.
Just finished watching the rest of Season Two of Downton Abbey.
And of course there are several quotes by Violet Crawley … whose character is absolutely irreverent. I think I want to be her when I grow old.
Maybe I should start practicing now.
I’m a woman. i can be as contrary as i choose.
Well. That makes perfectly logical sense to me.
I hope it’s not vulgar in me to expect that you can overcome your scruples.
At least she asked nicely.
And my predictions have come through so far.
I figured that Matthew and Mary would end up together eventually. And I figured that at least one character would end up hurt and one die in the War.
But I didn’t see Lavinia’s death coming.
My only other predictions now are that Ethel the housemaid … with a son to raise and no visible means of support … will turn to a life of … shall we say less than savory means.
And I am imaging that there will be actors … at least one … who will try to negotiate a bigger contract for the show or something. And they will be killed off one way or the other in the show.
I also wonder if Lady Edith’s penchant for driving will lead to a car accident with some kind of dire results.
I was thinking that Matthew’s mother, Isobel, might have a love interest … maybe the doctor at the hospital. But on seeing his eyes rolling today … and the fact that I don’t know if his character is married or not … I don’t imagine it will be him, if anyone.
So much for my predictions.
Hey, today I just found out that there are four seasons to Downton Abbey. And here I thought there had only been three.
Well, that explains how they have Season Three on CD’s at the local store. And my friend Jeanne made a comment on my Happy Holly Project Facebook Page that Season Three will knock me on my … well, she didn’t say exactly what. But I’m guessing it is some well-padded portion of my anatomy.
I can hardly wait.
Three guesses what my agenda for tomorrow might be.
And the first two guesses don’t count.