Rose/Tentoo, Adult (eventually)
“Proper maintenance of all structures is necessary for the longevity and efficiency of any serious agricultural endeavor.” E. W. Hildy, Successful Farm Management, p. 56
The list of repairs is a mile long.
The Doctor’s priorities are a bit, well…odd. To put it mildly.
“Got to have the weathervane up,” he says as he balances halfway up the ladder, the large, metal silhouette of a chicken wedged firmly under one arm. “Can’t have a farm without a weathervane.”
I’m home because of an ice storm. It’s cold. I’m bundled up on the couch. Bouncing back and forth between Tumblr and Facebook.
This was the result.
10th Doctor preparing TARDIS in the New Earth
Christmas in the TARDIS!
the decorations are a bit naff, and the photos are terrible camera phone photos, but i quite like the little cards and for some reason im very proud of my little paper crown
MAJESTIC AS FUCK
1950s Prom and Party Dresses: Brown
Requested by echoesofoswin.
"I’m not vaccinating my kids because they’ll build up immunity naturally anyway"
Excuse me, when I was born I reacted badly to the first round of injections given to me and didn’t have anymore - and I have never had an injection…
OMG THOUGH I JUST THOUGHT OF SOMETHING MAGICAL
so if the christmas special spoilers are true, and that means that what Moffat said about Tentoo counting as one of the Doctor’s regenerations is true, too, THEN
The Doctor literally gave up one of his regenerations to be with…
Everybody who’s anybody during the Time War wears apocalypse chic. The most popular store at every Gallifreyan mall - TimeLocked 21.
Morton Bros Piano, dismantled by Tom Fotheringham
Under your fingertips
You have to use the five senses when you write. Readers want to experience what your characters see, smell, hear, taste and touch. I find that touch is the sense that is most ignored by writers. I think it is often the most difficult to describe. Don’t leave it out. The sense of touch is so important because touch confirms that our eyes aren’t deceiving us. Readers identify with characters who engage with their worlds.
Description composed of sensory detail penetrates layers of consciousness, engaging your reader emotionally as well as intellectually… ~Rebecca McClanahan
Writing Tip: Beginner writers tend to confuse touch with feel. For example: I see the river, I hear the sirens, I feel confused. Should be: I see the river, I hear the sirens, I touch the jagged scar. Try and say touch whenever you can and you should avoid this problem.
Texture describes the way something feels when touched or eaten. It also describes the way something looks or feels because of the way in which it is made. For the purposes of this article, I want to concentrate on the first definition. I have put together a list of words that will help you describe what a character feels when he touches something with his fingertips or his skin.