The Case Of Why Days Are The Silliest When NormalThe Case Of Why Days Are The Silliest When Normal by ~SonicScrewdriverDD3
Sarah Jane stands at the kitchen sink, now callused hands washing the dishes left aside from a previous and rather talkative dinner party. It was a catching up event after all and a lot of hungry now grown up mouths to feed had attended. Luke of course, coupled with Maria who were both now engaged and looking into buying a house since the apartment they were renting was too small for a family. Clyde and Rani had managed to make it with a last minute offer from Clara, Clyde's mother to take their rambunctious 4 year old son Daniel on their night out.
Of course there was Sky, who was now attending university, more a woman now than a little girl anymore and of course, her Doctor, now renamed Dr. Jonathan or Dr. John Smith, a science professor at Clyde, Luke, Maria, Sky and Rani's old high school. She smiled, observing the TARDIS parked behind the tall hedge of the front garden, still in immaculate condition as the Doctor took care of it almost religiously.
She hadn't expected her life to
Up a Tree p.20Up a Tree p.20 by ~Betawhofic
The Doctor, Amy, and Rory are looking for an invisible killer on a world where humans live in giant trees.
Start at the Beginning
It was a stump.
A gigantic stump, half a mile wide. It rose up out of the jungle like a fortress, towering 300 feet above the forest trees. The top looked like it had been leveled off with a laser.
Amy stared at Rory, and he stared back, before they both reverted their gaze to the view outside.
As they approached they could see the black scorchmarks of the ancient fire that must have felled it. There was no sign of the rest of the tree.
Rory could hear his own breath echoing on the window pane, he could hear the others shuffling around behind him. Amy warm at his side.
As they flew in over the mine, preparing to land, they could see right down into the center of the stump, he felt himself leaning forward to see, pressing more of his face against the glass. It was hol
Double DareThere are some things that are just too delightfully dangerous...Double Dare by ~Betawhofic
She felt arms slide around her from behind. She jumped. She hadn’t expected that, she hadn’t heard anyone, which was odd for her.
Fortunately for the hugger, she recognized the arms, and the man’s scent.
“Deciding to live dangerously, my sweet?” she asked as she turned around.
He resettled his arms around her hips and grinned down at her. “Admit it, you didn’t hear me coming.”
“No,” she admitted, “But if I hadn’t recognized you you’d be wearing a large hole in your middle right now.” She took her hand off her gun and ran the back of her fingers over his belly.
He giggled and flinched back.
Her eyes fired with unholy delight. “Now, River,” he said, both trying to step back and trying to hug her tighter so she couldn’t move.
Her fingers wiggled their way between his buttons and he giggled and laughed as her fingers
Up a Tree p.19The Doctor, Amy, and Rory are looking for an invisible killer on a world where humans live in giant trees.Up a Tree p.19 by ~Betawhofic
Start at the Beginning
“All right,” Sondherson said. “So how do we fight this thing?”
“We find it,” the Doctor said.
He looked around the room. “We need maps.”
The Doctor held down a straight edge on the map and drew a line, straight southeast from their position.
“Somewhere along that line,” he said, studying the map. “From the information in Janet’s readings, and what I was able to pick up with the sonic screwdriver, the energy is a standing wave that’s always been here, it’s not apparently done anything so you didn’t pay it any attention.
But when it reacts, it leaves a directional bearing, somewhere along that line.”
“What’s this?” Rory a