Time for Memories

The Prose Dealer - Chapter 6.

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Summary: The TARDIS is being mischievous and switches Clara’s room with one the Doctor uses to store old mementos Clara stumbles upon a strange book that turns out to be the Gallifreyian version of a family photo album (Think family photos similar to the “Gallifrey Falls No More” portrait.) The Doctor walks in as she’s looking at it at first he’s upset, but Clara somehow gets him to tell her about the people in the pictures. For the first time since he ended the Time War the Doctor really opens up and talks about his family back on Gallifrey. Just make something up, I’m craving some details about the Doctor’s past

A.N.:  AllonsyIdjits: I tried my best, I don’t know how it came out. It felt a bit of a blasphemy to make up details of the Doctor’s past, so I actually remained as vague as I could. I hope you like it anyway. Sorry again for the long delay.

After the events of Trenzalore, Clara and the TARDIS had come to a sort of understanding. It was a silent agreement of reciprocal tolerance which had grown to what Clara might even describe as friendship. In fact, the TARDIS even let Clara fly her - under the Doctor’s supervision of course. But, since they were both control freaks, it was also a competitive friendship. Every now and again the TARDIS felt the need to show Clara who’s boss, and to do so she usually dislocated her bedroom.

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“One day you meet the Doctor. And of course, it’s the best day ever. It’s just the best day of your life. Because, because he’s brilliant, and he’s funny, and mad, and best of all, he really needs you. The trick is, don’t fall in love. I do that trick quite a lot, sometimes twice a day.”