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06 August 2008 @ 02:45 pm
30 Drabbles in 30 Days - Day Six

Prompt: eclipses - belmikey
Title: Eclipses
Fandom: Dr Who; Ten, Rose
Disclaimer: Dr Who, along with the characters and settings contained herein, belong to the BBC.

Rose put her hand to the door of the TARDIS.

"Good heavens, woman! Don't go out like that!"

She snatched her hand back, burned. Grimacing, she called back, "What? Not formal enough for the completely barren plain you've brought me to?"

A pair of distinctly unfashionable black spectacles swung into view from over her shoulder.

"Required dress," the Doctor said gravely, "I can't let you out without them."

Rose groaned. Shoving the hateful things into place, she stormed out, anxious for her first fresh air in days.

The view outside stopped her cold.

Two flaming rings hovered in the darkened sky, bright white against midnight blue.

His casual hand at the nape of her neck chilled her, his pulses beating a doubled counterpoint to her own racing heartbeat.

"Happy birthday, my dear."
Current Mood: sadsad
19 October 2007 @ 11:06 am
In case anyone on my flist would be interested -

Wednesday's CSI:NY must have had a geek writing. Next week's, too.

This week had a time machine in it. That made TARDIS noises. And one of the characters made a Dr. Who reference. Not an oblique one at all, but still!!!

Next week has assassins in what looks like Second Life crossed with WoW. I cannot wait to see that.

I didn't think I'd like this show much when it first started. Now I'm DVRing it.

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Current Mood: enthralledenthralled
14 September 2007 @ 07:41 am
Stole this from the comments in roswellzero's journal, just because it made me laugh:

Church dude teaches Jesus-as-timelord evening of worship.

Apparently, the guy likes Dr Who. A lot. And an ep was filmed at his church.

He refuses to say whether aliens will be there.

ETA: my mood icon makes me love Creed even more.
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Current Location: work
Current Mood: crazycrazy
Current Music: The Wood Brothers - Atlas