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Ashley | 28 | Los Angeles
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rockbird86:

boogieordie:

rockbird86:

boogieordie:

rockbird86:

I was going to say something different but can someone tell me what the date is on the paper on the left? 3 July or 3 Jan?

I was going to deduce that the wedding must have been towards the end of Feb, not quite the spring that Vanessa mentioned. Then I decided I was completely bonkers by even considering discussing the ‘cycle’ of a fictional ex nun!

I need to find another hobby and quickly…

I was just capping this episode the other day. 

July 23, 1959

Oh yes. Silly me for not looking at the video instead of just my cap!

What’s that about then. It looks like the date is the 23 May as that’s where she counted to. Don’t know where I’m going with this btw… :)

Here’s a bigger version of the cap. You got the reblog just before I edited :).

I think that’s a 7, but that paper on the left being dated for July is slightly confusing, considering she is definitely counting from March 3rd to May 23rd. But what is that paper anyway? Is that the pregnancy test paperwork or something else? Is that a really messed up 5? Like did those handwriting lessons for Patrick end up making Shelagh’s handwriting illegible? Is this something else entirely that would be dated for the future? Have I gone off the deep end?

Not sure. It can’t be anything to do with her as it wouldn’t be dated July if it’s only the end of May. And all I can see is ‘parish clinic’ and that date. I love all of the documents, newspapers etc being authentic. That’s the bit I could really lose myself in.

Per my-little-yellowbird's suggestion I took a look at Sr. Bernadette's TB card. It's is, unfortunately, not dated. 

The documents are super interesting. I did pause my blu-ray one time to try and read Patrick’s letters, ha. The time frame though episode to episode, or even within the same episode though, that I’d really like to know. 

rockbird86:

boogieordie:

rockbird86:

I was going to say something different but can someone tell me what the date is on the paper on the left? 3 July or 3 Jan?

I was going to deduce that the wedding must have been towards the end of Feb, not quite the spring that Vanessa mentioned. Then I decided I was completely bonkers by even considering discussing the ‘cycle’ of a fictional ex nun!

I need to find another hobby and quickly…

I was just capping this episode the other day. 

July 23, 1959

Oh yes. Silly me for not looking at the video instead of just my cap!

What’s that about then. It looks like the date is the 23 May as that’s where she counted to. Don’t know where I’m going with this btw… :)

Here’s a bigger version of the cap. You got the reblog just before I edited :).

I think that’s a 7, but that paper on the left being dated for July is slightly confusing, considering she is definitely counting from March 3rd to May 23rd. But what is that paper anyway? Is that the pregnancy test paperwork or something else? Is that a really messed up 5? Like did those handwriting lessons for Patrick end up making Shelagh’s handwriting illegible? Is this something else entirely that would be dated for the future? Have I gone off the deep end?

rockbird86:

I was going to say something different but can someone tell me what the date is on the paper on the left? 3 July or 3 Jan?

I was going to deduce that the wedding must have been towards the end of Feb, not quite the spring that Vanessa mentioned. Then I decided I was completely bonkers by even considering discussing the ‘cycle’ of a fictional ex nun!

I need to find another hobby and quickly…

I was just capping this episode the other day. 

July 23, 1959 ETA:…? It does look more like a 7 in the bigger version of this cap…

Which is weird because she’s pointing to May 23rd in the calendar which would place that about 12 weeks after March 3rd. But I mean, what’s the paper on the left though anyway…?