#I imagine that when he was sent back rory just sat down on the side of the road and held his head in his hands #didn’t move #tried so hard not to cry #but he was never going to see amy again so the tears came anyway #and he wasn’t sure he could do this #live the rest of his life without her #and then there was a crackling noise and he looked up to see that amy was on the other side of the street #red hair bright from the glow of a streetlamp #she looked around frantically hoping she’d been sent back to the right time #and rory rubbed the tears from his face and scrambled to his feet and called her name #and he thought maybe she wasn’t real #but amy ran across the street and into his arms #and kissed him over and over #called him a stupidface even though he hadn’t done anything wrong #and rory held her tight as she told him they’d never see the doctor again (ourprofoundbond)
“It’ll be fine, I know it will. I’ll be with him, like I should be. Me and Rory, together.”
both of my otps are officially dead
Ellie and Carl + Rory and Amy (Up + Doctor Who)
And then the sad realization that they’re even more alike now.
#Wouldn’t it be just like Moffat #to have Rory walk off somewhere #and then he’s like ‘no i can work this out amy is my WIFE and i love her’ #and as he turns his back #a weeping angel and POOF there’s Rory gone 60 years in the past#and Amy’s left alone thinking that Rory left her forever (via winterinthetardis)
Posting this again because people still don’t get it.
I keep seeing complaints about how Amy was so upset that she was left alone for 36 years when Rory waited for her for 2000 years. Her anger, in my opinion, is totally justified.
Let’s look at…
The Ponds - 26th june, second anniversary