The thing that was so exciting about Memorabilia this winter, and that made us so determined to go when it looked like all the fates were against us, was that there were over 100 stars there. I guess that's why it was almost impossible to walk on Saturday. It was a lot better Sunday. It was slower and less packed so I was happy.
Jay and I went
alone this time and had a nice stroll through the hundreds of booths
before we went to meet Tom Baker. It was strange because the day before
Tom's line was so long that we didn't have any hope of getting to him.
Sunday, though, we practically walked right up to him. The Brigadier was
right beside him but I wasn't very interested in meeting him. (Sorry,
Tom Baker was just as cool looking in person as he was on
Doctor Who. (Though a lot whiter, obviously.) We talked for awhile about
me being from the states and him living in France and he swore that he
was a supporter of the United States and defended them against the
French all the time. (I told him it didn't make much difference to me
since I ran away from the States. Lol.) He also joked about a breakout
of dandruff being the most exciting thing that ever happened in
Pontywaun. After a few minutes of chatting, I had a picture with him and we went
Jay bought a bunch of DVDs because they were Region 1 (American) and I
bought trading cards (STNG and Neopets) and Nightmare Before Christmas
candle holders. Then we went home and watched some of the (fourteen) DVDs that Jay bought.