I’m so ready for The Time Of The Doctor
Ready for The Christmas Special!
Soooo my dad built me a tardis for christmas…like….oh my santa.
I think my dad really likes his Sonic Screwdriver gift I sent him.
I’m celebrating Capalday by wearing my Cat Smith shirt.
Santa brought me a Tardis mug and the Doctor Who Card Game. Thank you, Barnes & Noble.
Eleven art will be watching with me. I’m not ready to say goodbye, but at the same time, I’m super excited for Capaldi… #fangirlproblems
my sister and I in our new doctor who robes. (she is the TARDIS I am the fourth doctor) I’m so excited. I’m never taking it off
MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM ME AND MY NEW FOURTH DOCTOR SCARF I GOT FROM MY NOW FAVOURITE UNCLE!!!
tardis and dalek gingerbread cookies!!!
How do I deal with regeneration? I don’t! I’m the Doctor and I’m not regenerating anytime soon!
AM I TWELFTH DOCTOR YET
To take pictures
with my TARDIS
My local firefighters are whovians
The best Doctor Who memories i’ve ever had i made them with these super duper cool nerds last November. Some were so-called online friends before, others i had never heard of until we started planning the trip, but we still travelled all the way to London to celebrate the 50th and meet our heroes and have the most whovian conversations at breakfast…or at any time of the day. I was actually the least nerd in the group, imagine that. XD
Anyway with them i have lived my most favorite, most exciting, most amazing days of the year so if this post has to be meant for anyone, it must be them. \o/
My best friend made this little makeup bag for me as a Christmas present!
I was just another girl in that huge line at Amoeba Music two years ago. I smiled and asked you and Karen, “Can you sign my bow tie?”
"Of course we can sign your bow tie!" You grinned at me.
I know I probably looked completely calm, but I was shaking and my heart was hammering. Meeting you meant so, so, much to me.
Because you don’t know, but saved my life. You, and your Doctor, saved me. Those years were the hardest I’ve ever had to live through. But I had Doctor Who— I had the Doctor and Amy in the TARDIS, and whenever I watched an episode (or had a day-long marathon— too many of those than I’d care to admit, haha), I felt so much better. I could escape, if only for a little while.
So thank you, Matt. Thank you for playing the Doctor. Thank you for those long hours on youtube watching your silly interviews. Thank you for the Christmases where the Doctor Who specials were the perfect present. Thank you (and Karen!) for signing my bow tie. Thank you for for being you.
I will miss seeing your Doctor, my Doctor, my raggedy man on my television screen. But I can’t wait to see where your acting career takes you.