30 Days of Who
↳ 5. Favorite ship:
«When one’s in love with an ageless god who insists on the face of a twelve-year-old, one does one’s best to hide the damage».
Entering the lower level of the TARDIS tomb, when Clara asked the Doctor if he loved River Song, he replied, “She was clever and brave and kind and funny. And had more love in one heart than I could ever have in two.” Draft Script of The Name of the Doctor (DWM Guide)
"What is it? What is Cal?"
That look he gives her on that last gif, you know why, right?
She said “Let’s Go” and in French, let’s go is….
SHUT UP SHUT UP
Have you ever wondered just how much time River actually gets to spend with The Doctor? She’s not as old as he is, but their relationship spans centuries for him. Did she get to see him everyday of her life - after TWORS? Or at least multiple times a week? “Her days yes, but her nights…” How many nights did they get? How many adventures did they have? We see so little of what makes them a couple, what makes them happy. How married are they? Well the finale should speak for itself. They are two people who do all they can to spend time with each other, but how much time is that? How long is the time between when they lose the Ponds and he takes her to the Towers and how long is it between when he sends her to the Library and he sees her again in the finale? There are so many questions where they are concerned, but yet we ship them so hard, and so much. We get emotionally attached to them in ways that we can’t really explain, and the fact that they are canon…well, that’s what makes it so hard. They love each other so much, and we only see a glimmer of that. We see what Moffat wants us to see, and it’s clear The Doctor is a diehard romantic, and he’s been alive for centuries, if he wanted to be extremely romantic he had time and space to mess around in. They are, always and completely, invested in their relationship. Her death killed him. They don’t know what to do without each other. Her heart is broken when he leaves her at the Library and doesn’t visit, and his hearts break for her more than once: 1. he knows that she dies, he’s seen it. 2. the Towers, he couldn’t avoid it forever, and taking her there kills him. ”Nearly two thousand years saving the universe Strax, and you know what I’ve realized? The universe doesn’t care.” He is utterly heartbroken, and it breaks farther still at the end of the finale. He tells her he loves her in the best way that he can, and she gives him hope, she gives him life. They are inseparable Time and space, and they will always be intricately and exuberantly connected with the other, not even time or space can separate them. There will never be anyone else for them, because they found it all, and lost it all with each other.
I’m not crying at this…nope…not at all
"This is what they were building. My bespoke psychopath."
"I’m all yours, sweetie."