Luke looked up curiously as soon as he heard the familiar sound of the TARDIS landing. Grinning, he stuffed his physics book back in his bag and walked happily up to the blue box. He slowly pushed open the doors and poked his head inside. “Um…hello? Doctor? You in there?”
Aria yelped as she practically ran head first into a man. “Sorry sir,” she said, a hasty apology on her lips. “I was just trying to fix my um…device,” she said, holding up her sonic screwdriver. “Are you all right? I really ought to…Doctor,” she questioned, suddenly picking up on the familiar energy pattern, “I…is that you?”
Ace strode into the TARDIS confidently. Suddenly, she came to a halt, “Hang about then! This isn’t my TARDIS! What’s going on?” She walked over to the console, “Did you redecorate Professor?” She smiled as she walked around “Wicked.” She whispered under her breath.
My clever, strange, wonderful Doctor. I smiled, letting my warmth soak into the rooms. I’m not sure I’ve entirely forgiven you for, well, throwing the Master into the Eye of Harmony and injuring me, but there are worse things. After all, I wouldn’t want my thief to end up dead, now would I?
I grinned, humming just loudly enough to hopefully demand your attention. I’m meant to travel time and space, and I demand a flight soon to soothe away these jitters. So, where shall it be?