43) See Me

Aug. 31st, 2014 12:11 pm
starjargon: (AmyRory DoctorRiver)
Rating: K
Summary:
The 12th Doctor goes to his Ponds when he leaves Clara to choose his new outfit.
Notes: Fair warning, the pain meds are still muddling things on my part, but I think this makes sense, or I hope it does, though I probably should've sent it to be beta'd at the end, but I wanted to get it out before the new episode aired, so there probably are mistakes and things that make no sense, because it takes me thrice as long to concentrate & write at the moment, & it's really hard, but I'll fix it when I'm clearer-headed if it needs it...

Anyway, this is my response to Deep Breath, so SPOILER WARNING if you've yet to see it from here on out.

What made absolutely no sense to me the entire episode of Capaldi's debut (he's amazing, by the way), is that Clara is the one companion out of all of them who had no right to be affected by a new Doctor's face, because she's seen them all, & at the very least 3 that she absolutely remembers. So, she, in my opinion, shouldn't have needed the big adjustment period & especially that phone call from the previous Doctor, which no other companion ever got who hadn't seen multiple forms of him already, that undermined the rest of the "accept me as the Doctor" episode. Amendment to this: I understand the whole "companion is the audience" sentimentality, I just think in this case, Clara should've been the one convincing the Paternoster Gang he was still the same man, using their own lives as parallels, as opposed to them needing to convince her. That said, it's done, whatever, moving on.
Here's a bit of Pond/12 fluff, where he chooses his new outfit. Yes, I know he said goodbye to Amy in Time of the Doctor, but just enjoy the story. Parts of the end dialogue are purposely left speaker-less, because I believe it doesn't matter who says it, they all would or could & you could choose. And again, ignore the medicated rambling of the author, & enjoy. Ooh, and review, if you'd like.




The TARDIS landed noisily as she always did, right into River's back garden.

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starjargon: (AmyRory DoctorRiver)
Rating: K
Summary: Tabetha and Augustus Pond are excited to meet their granddaughter and attend her graduation. They just have to figure out how to get to her first, as only Ponds can do.
Notes: This loosely relates to "That Woman is my Daughter," but can be taken either a one-shot or part two of a three-shot. Please enjoy and review!



After revealing the truth about their daughter and her non- childhood, it was easy for Amy to extend River's graduation invitation to the eager first- time grandparents.

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starjargon: (AmyRory DoctorRiver)
Rating: K+
Summary: Those old photos your parents bring out to embarrass you can cause even more discomfort when you're a time traveller.

Notes: Just some humour to offset the recent angsty chapters. Enjoy! As always, reviews greatly appreciated.

It was the day after Easter, River's first with her new husband, even though he seemed farther ahead this time.

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starjargon: (AmyRory DoctorRiver)
Author: [livejournal.com profile] starjargon
Title:
I Love You I am at Rest with You I have Come Home
Rating: T
Word Count: 1931
Claim: Eleventh Doctor Era/ 6 Prompts: Tropes
Prompt: Sharing a Bed
Summary: River willingly gives the Doctor her nights. She just can't always be sure what that entails.

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It happened just as Donna and Martha were saying goodnight to him, turning away to go to bed after a long day of sludge.

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Summary: River has a certain habit she maintains around her husband. What happens when this time, her husband isn't the only one affected? Includes Amy, Rory, Martha, Donna, Jack, Canton, Mickey, and Rose. Rated T for the premise itself, as well as insinuations. One- shot, though universe may grow.

A/N- I don't know why this idea amused me so, nor why I chose these particular characters to participate, but it did and I did so that's that. Warning in advance- this borders on downright saucy. As always, reviews (especially about character work) appreciated. No context for this story, just assume it's in roughly the same universe as "Not so Strange Bedfellows." Thank you to the wonderful morganfm for the beta and for helping me clarify any confusion from the original post!  Have fun...

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Once River had learned how it was done, she did it often enough to always keep things interesting between them.

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A/N- Random short piece of humour and fluff for you based off the thought I had that the Doctor never overreacts. Or so he would claim. Space Gandalf is a reference to a tag scene from from Series 5 (look up series 5 minisodes and you should find it).  Have fun...


"I'm just saying, you two don't have to throw it in everybody's face all hours of the day!"

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Amy and Rory were beginning to regret taking up Aunt Sharon's offer of a holiday in the States. They

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starjargon: (AmyRory DoctorRiver)
Summary: Ten, Eleven, and River have to share a bed, and each at different points have trouble sleeping. Here is how each of them react to restlessness, and how they all deal with it. One- shot so far. T for River flirting.

A/N:Okay, so basically I had the ridiculously funny and happy thought of Ten and Eleven sharing a bed, and Eleven slapping Ten repeatedly in the face as he reached for River but got the wrong bedmate. This came out of that thought, and turned into something else entirely. May become more, may stay a one- shot. I have most of the whos, some of the whats, but none of the whys to grow this story, so for this one- shot, lets assume younger River, older Ten, married Eleven.

Reviews greatly appreciated, along with any suggestions.





“And how exactly is this going to work?”

“It’s quite simple, Sweetie.  This,” said River, gesturing around her, “is your room.”

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All quotes belong to Steven Moffat and the BBC.  No infringement intended.

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Written in December

~~~~ Merry Christmas~~~~~


“No, River, no!  Absolutely not!  You can’t do this!”

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A/N- Consider this my apology for the tears of the previous chapter.  Please review.

“Okay, tell me now- why did you do it?” commanded a very stern River, as she marched into the room, arms crossed as she glared at her father.

Rory looked up from the monitor, where he’d been keeping an eye on Amy and the Doctor, bumbling sheepishly and refusing to answer.
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“But where would Gallifrey be?”  Clara asked, excited but unsure.

“Frozen.  Frozen in an instant in time.  Safe and hidden away.”

“Exactly-“

“Like a painting,” the old war hero whispered.

“And that would work?” asked the sole human girl.

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Here’s a bit of fluff to balance out the angst of the last few chapters.  Enjoy and review!

Amy enlisted River when she first thought about going into business to sell fragrances and make up.  River, after all, understood the science, and Amy understood the fashion.

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A/N- This chapter is rated a solid PG-13/ T.  It deals with the appearance of one Captain Jack Harkness in the lives of the Ponds.  It’s a tie in for previous and potential future chapters, but not altogether necessary if the rating makes you nervous.
If you do read it, please let me know what you think.  This is my first serious attempt at the Captain.  Thank you!

They were in a tavern on the third crater of Zulon, waiting for their husbands at the end of their girls’ day.  River was trying to get her mother to ignore her injured ankle, which she had twisted running from a rabid creature known as an abaoun.  Eventually, River had convinced the creature that a pond full of fish would be a better place to scout for a meal.  Suddenly, a man approached them, tall, brunette, and with the distinct swagger of someone used to getting his way.  River was married to a man with such a swagger.
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