miss alex kingston


So, for my followers who do not know, on October 27th, 2014, my sister and a friend of mine were killed in a car accident by a man under the influence of drugs.

In an attempt to help me deal with my grief, I have taken to going to conventions and getting autographs from as many actors/actresses as I can.

The pictures above are of my current “collection” that I have gotten in honor of my sister. I also included some photo ops I have had done.

This is not all of my autographs. I ran out of frames. I will update this post when I get the others hung. (I also acknowledge that some are crooked or hung too close together. I’ll fix this in the morning.)


a doctor who au meme: early 19th century

in england in 1803, three brothers- Christopher, David, and Matthew- reside in the estate “Gallifrey Park” as doctors. Christopher (Christopher Eccleston), the eldest, is married to Donna Noble (Catherine Tate), and is looking to inherit the fortune of their aging father. David (David Tennant), the second, is madly in love with the poor Rose Tyler (Billie Piper), but is seeking to find a richer bride. The last, Matthew (Matt Smith) has taken Miss River Song (Alex Kingston) as his wife. The three brothers work as doctors, sustaining off their family’s wealth, with Rory Williams (Arthur Darvill) as their accomplice and his wife Amelia (Karen Gillan). Along with Clara Oswald (Jenna Coleman) the neighbor, their cousin Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) and his sister Gwen Cooper (Eve Myles), the three brothers live a peaceful life.

Until the first day of June, 1803 when they receive a letter. It is written filled with threats, stating that the first of every month, one new member of Gallifrey Park will be killed. Signed by a mysterious name- “The Master”.

The group must figure out the Master, solving mysteries and saving those also affected by him…

But time is running out.

Going through my video(s) from Sunday’s Megacon panel with Alex & Karen… Alex talking about the actresses who played the Weeping Angels as Karen demonstrates.

                   "Well, what am I supposed to do? Go home and watch him die?“
“Well, I don’t think I can.”
                                     "Is he your husband?“
                                                                                         "Do you love him?“