The end of Season 7 seemed like a good time to give up on the revived Doctor Who. Showrunner Steven Moffat appeared to have disappeared deep up his own TARDIS, endlessly repeating the same timey-wi...
I'm one of the fans who found this season formulaic & dreary.
I wanted adventure - I got angst.
I LOVE Peter Capaldi as a person, he's delightful on the Graham Norton show, he's a TRUE Dr. Who fan outside of his celebrity (he wrote to them as a kid, then as a grownup) but as the Doctor he was querulous and sad.
In my life prior to becoming a full-time geeky girl, I was a sixth grade teacher. Throughout those 17 years, my favorite subject to teach was social studies. Within this content area, I loved, loved to share the knowledge (and excitement) I have about the ancient Egyptians. I was—and still am—particularly fascinated with the mummification process and even more so, the Pyramids of Giza.
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I also have always been fascinated by ancient Egypt....and because of the political climate right now - it doesn't look like I'll ever get to visit - so here's how to do it from home & for school, too!
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