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Raise you hand if you ever fangirlied in the theater after seeing a preview for something you’ve been waiting for
Dear Peter Capaldi and the amazing folks at the doctorwho Tumblr page,
I figure you’ve been asked about a hundred questions by now (At least), so I hope you don’t mind getting a few more from me:
1: Is there a certain monster from the last 50 years of Doctor Who that you think we fans should see today? Like the Krynoid, maybe?
2: If you could travel with any of the companions, regardless of whether the actor or actress is alive, who would you want to have an adventure with?
3: Which Doctor/Companion(s) combo is your favorite?
4: Was there a Doctor you looked up to while you were growing up? (Like when David Tennant said that his hero was the Fifth Doctor).
"The way I see it, every life is a pile of good things and bad things. The good things don’t always soften the bad things, but vice-versa, the bad things don’t necessarily spoil the good things and make them unimportant.” - The Doctor
I lost my dad when I was 18, less than a month before I started my first year of college. For a long time after that, I was lost, the proverbial fish in the sea; the school I had picked out because it seemed so friendly and wonderful felt like a prison, and I just didn’t want to be there, regardless of the friends I made or my accomplishments.
But I made it, much to my surprise. I survived my first year of college, even though the last thing I had wanted to do nine months ago was start a semester at school, let alone finish an entire year. Going home that summer was even harder than leaving – so much had changed, and to be perfectly honest, I wasn’t sure if I liked it. This was also the summer I started watching Doctor Who; my very first episode was a rerun of The Vampires of Venice that was played as part of a marathon leading up to the new episode that week. A week later, I sat down to watch Vincent and the Doctor, which was where I heard the quote.
For the first time in my life, I felt as though I had accomplished something good. Sure, my dad was gone – But he had filled my life with good things.
And in return, I had added to his pile of good things, too.
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