this is adorable
…I miss you
"Trouble is, it’s all back to front. My past is his future. We’re travelling in opposite directions. Every time we meet I know him more, he knows me less. I live for the days when I see him. But I know that every time I do he’ll be one step further away. The day’s coming when I’ll look into that man’s eyes, my Doctor, and he won’t have the faintest idea who I am. And I think it’s going to kill me.”
Proof time travel (and a tardis stuck in the form of a 1950s police call box) is real.
Too cute not to share :)
One of my favorite favorite episodes <3
Guess who’s designing on REDBUBBLE now?! This nerdy designing girl! Check my profile/portfolio out at http://www.redbubble.com/people/ashlelizmoore/portfolio
More designs nerd-esque designs will be coming soon. I’ll still be running my multiple shops at Cafepress, however all of my fan art will be featured on my portfolio at REDBUBBLE.
FAN ART ALERT!! :)
what makes you think I would ever give you back?
River Burning the Doctor without him knowing it. :)
"I don’t think I could kiss her though"
…does this mean what I think this means?
*fan girl squee* RIVERS COMING BACK!!
This is by far one of the best kickstarter projects that I’ve seen! Now if they could only figure out how to make it bigger on the inside…
From their Kickstarter page:We’re sending a TARDIS into space!
November 23, 2013 is the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, and we’re extremely excited. So excited, in fact, that we almost don’t know what to do… almost. Actually, we know exactly what to do: We’ve built a replica TARDIS and we’re sending it into orbit. Yes, really! We’re not talking about sticking a little, plastic TARDIS on top of a model rocket and shooting it really high into the sky (although that would be wicked cool). And we’re not going to tie a TARDIS to a weather balloon (which, by the way would also be pretty flippin’ awesome). No, we’re putting a TARDIS into the payload bay of a real, actual, honest-to-goodness, rocket, and launching it into a Low Earth Orbit.
Low Earth Orbit is where satellites need to be to actually “orbit” the Earth, not just fall back down. So, we’re talking about sending this thing, really, really, high… space high. The international space station is in Low Earth Orbit. Seriously. The guys on the International Space Station will be able to look out their windows and say: “Check out that police call box floating by.”