As we are gearing up for next Sunday’s premier of Outlander Season 3, you may be wondering what you can do to make the time during the last seven days of this horrific Droughtlander go by faster. Yes, it’s been an exceedingly long drought and we have suffered quite enough already without new episodes of our favorite show. How can we be asked to endure the next 7 days without wringing our hands and gnashing our teeth? In the spirit of saying farewell to Droughtlander and, by so doing, also helping us to survive the next 7 days, I have comprised a list of daily activities which you will find below.
We will start the week out pretty slowly but as the anticipation grows so must our activity! In order to avoid terrible bouts of sleeplessness, anxiety, hopeless frenzy, delusional thoughts, snapping at our loved ones, calling our friends names for not sharing our obsession and a loss of appetite, among many other advanced symptoms of Droughtlander, it is imperative ALL activities listed for each day be completed. Of course, please let me know if you have any problems accomplishing them. I don’t think I will have the time to talk to you about it but you can still let me know or either take two aspirin and call Dr. I. Fash Yeken in the morning.
Happy End Of Droughtlander!
P.S. Julia LeBlanc’s wonderful Outlander videos can be found by clicking here.
Thank you!! And yes, drink up, drink up, drink up…
Yes!!! And thank you for your wonderful videos, Julia!
Time to hire a housekeeper and kitchen help. ????????
Definitely! We have more important things to do!
Beth & crew,
Take a look at CatsandKilts musical recaps. They can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYgJhCrLzQVstPad9STX8xQ
You will laugh, you will cry, you will swoon.
I watch a piece of Cathie or Julia whenever I need the world to just stop for a minute, which is to say, at least once a day.
Cool! Thanks for the new lead, Andy. Can’t wait to check it out!