2012-12-06 Update: These are references to things I have been going though over the last 6 months. They are mostly still focused toward the same someone as before. You will notice repeating of some types of quotes, and different options on different days. That's because I'm trying to heal myself from Adjustment Disorder. Yes, I currently have a Mental Illness (though I am at the point where that might no longer be my diagnosis, because that disorder does heal in about 6 months). I am working on myself, and trying to be the best I can be for the rest of my life. Wish me luck.
Old Description: These are things that interest me, a 50yo SWF. At one point they were focused toward someone. As of 6/12/12, there is no ‘someone’, so now they are just things that interest me. I hope you enjoy the images, and if you don’t like the comments, don’t read them. If you do not want to see nudity and sex, find another blog to follow.
It’s performances like this which make me disappointed when I hear people say they don’t like Eccelston or skip over that whole season just to get to Tennant. Tennant was fantastic and a brilliant Doctor, but there wouldn’t be a Tennant Doctor without Eccleston’s Doctor. The way Tennant’s Doctor was portrayed was the effect that Rose had on Nine. In the beginning, Nine was harsh and unforgiving having come back from the Time War, his time with Rose softened that harsh attitude and it’s really shown in this episode.
“Just this once, everybody lives!” Has to be my absolute favourite line in all the history of Doctor who because in that episode everyone did.
I cry in almost all of Nine’s episodes. But not happy or sad tears. Just fucking intense emotion tears. He was fantastic.
I have a lot of favourite Doctors but Nine will and always be my Doctor. Not just my first Doctor but MY Doctor. And this is without doubt one of my favourite episodes.
- THIS is the best episode of them all. It has given me hope through my darkest times that light will, someday, shine again.
Dress, ca. 1880. Chocolate brown silk polonaise bodice dips at the sides to drape and form back bustle. Ten crochet ball buttons, embroidered lace cuffs, tan cotton lining. Cream silk twill skirt with tiny brown floral print, square insert in back of solid brown and bustle ties.