“It's a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don't keep your feet, there's no knowing where you might be swept off to.”
Here are things I find interesting or funny, things that matter to me; my friends and family - basically, my life. Welcome to Wonderland.
My dearest Pond,
What words can I say that I haven’t already said? In many ways words are no different from time; time passes, time can be re-written, and sometimes, just sometimes, there just isn’t enough time at all. Time doesn’t make sense, and neither do words, but even less so are feelings and emotions. They make the least sense of all.
Sometimes I catch myself just sitting there, I could be doing anything - even having a conversation with someone - but all I’m doing is sitting there thinking of you. Or I’ll be on my laptop writing and then before I know it I’m looking at a picture of you. My thoughts and feelings for you feel as if they’re spiralling through the swirling vortex without a TARDIS to guide them.
I would stand by you and follow you from the crimson grasslands of Gallifrey to the scarred earth of Trenzalore, across every reality and all of time. Without you I am alone at the end of space and time, with no hope or light or anything but loneliness as a companion.
I might not have 13 regenerations, and I cannot wait 2,000 years to have you again, though I’m glad I’m not a Timelord, because I don’t think I’d be able to handle two broken hearts.
Yours, no matter what or the situation,
Your last Centurion.
A Doctor Who love letter. (via geek-extraordinaire)
Its funny looking back at things and realising you still feel the same way.
I’m The Doctor and I’m afraid.
You make everything better.
What play could possibly be better than one by Shakespeare herself?
Odin and Loki on Jane.
Isn’t it interesting that Odin says, in effect, “don’t attach yourself to humans because their mortality makes them unworthy” while Loki says “don’t attach yourself to humans because their mortality will cause you pain”.
London Bridge at 7am…now one should be up this early on a Sunday.
Two birthday presents - “The Eye of the World” graphic novel & “William Shakespeare’s Star Wars: Verily, a New Hope”. My friends know me so well.
Say hello to the newest member of the family.