Another misfire. Never made it to the hospital. We had the usual doctor's appointment this morning, and he has made arrangements for inducement, so, unless labour starts soon, Puff will be induced on Wednesday.
On the upside, unless labour starts today, I will be able to see Doctor Who tonight, which can only be regarded as a Good Thing.
To answer LarryD's question: At the risk of dating myself very badly, for me, Tom Baker will always be the Doctor. Okay, that's not the question you asked. Just thought I would toss that in. Matt Smith is a good Doctor thus far, but the real heart and soul of this series thus far is Amy Pond. I also really liked the woman in the Weeping Angels two parter. Matt Smith's greatest strength thus far seems to be a willingness to occasionally step aside and let someone else carry the scene. That is a good thing.
The Daleks' episode did have some weaknesses, although I must admit I did like the whole Spitfires in Space thing, cheesy as it was. The Spitfire is the symbol of the War and Victory to the British, so they would have seen it as awesome, but what would have been even more awesome, in my humble opinion, is if they could have wrapped a few of those gravity bubbles around a couple of battleships, and floated the King George V and the Rodney and the Warspite up there. Flying battleships pointing their monster guns at a space ship and just pounding away would have been among the most awesomely awesome sights in the history of Scifi. (In truth and fairness, the Japanese already did this in Starblazers, but that was anime. This could have looked like the Real Thing.)
Back to the pregnancy, Puff is very uncomfortable and is having spasms and contractions off and on. Twice now they have become regular and steady, then faded. She wants this over and done with. It is entirely possible that the pregnancy will not last until Wednesday.