And again with one of these things

asthewheelwills:

SHARE 6 RANDOM FACTS ABOUT YOURSELF AND THEN TAG 10 AWESOME PEOPLE.

I was tagged by asthewheelwills.

  1. I’m trying to find the money to go back to college. Wish me luck!
  2. I’m attempting my first ever cross-over fic between Once upon a time and the Labyrinth. Should prove interesting (if I can find the time to write it!)
  3. I married my highschool sweetheart, and we’ve been married for seven years. Total relationship time is twelve years. 
  4. I firmly believe that your romantic partner should be your best friend. 
  5. I am somewhere between twenty-five and thirty.

angelofdarkness1605; sevenimprobablethingsbeforetea; bananasareforparties; justamundane; catwoo; dajer13

Chapters: 19/?
Fandom: Doctor Who
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: Author Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings
Relationships: Doctor/Rose and Doctor/River
Characters: Tenth Doctor, Eleventh Doctor, Rose Tyler, River Song
Summary:

He never intended to love her. But then again, lots of things went out the window when he met Rose Tyler.

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Author’s Note: Got this review on FFN. Seems like I triggered someone. I am so sorry. That was never my intention with those chapters. I just…they deal with death. And there was as death in my family when I wrote them. That’s why they’re so raw. My own emotions and feelings poured into the Doctor at that moment. Again, I am so sorry.

I will put a trigger warning on it.

astronomicalwonders:

A peek into the Tarantula Nebula - 30 Doradus

Like lifting a giant veil, the near-infrared vision of NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope uncovers a dazzling new view deep inside the Tarantula Nebula. Hubble reveals a glittering treasure trove of more than 800,000 stars and protostars embedded inside the nebula.

These observations were obtained as part of the Hubble Tarantula Treasury Program. When complete, the program will produce a large catalog of stellar properties, which will allow astronomers to study a wide range of important topics related to star formation.

Credit: NASA/Hubble

theniftyfifties:

A 1950s whiskey dispenser, sometimes found in offices.

(via kalenel)