Born in the Tundra of Minnesota, I have since become a bit of a Gypsy. Currently calling home base the hot sands of Arizona, I do still travel often. Whether the journey is a physical one, or one taken by reading a fantastic book it doesn't matter, the fun is always in the adventure. As always I am an eclectic person that likes a wide array of things and has many passions. Creating, advocating for animals and Mothering just to name a few.


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Jul
26
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One more friends, this one is for me I like 3’s better then 2’s after all.

 

Christmas again in London how many Christmas’s had she seen in her life now? It was easy to lose count of them all but she was blessed to have so many of them after all. Tucking her packages into her satchel Lilly looked up at the night sky oh so many things changed over the years. Why was it with all she had seen in her very long life it was nights like this she often thought of a man in a funny outfit, though now in these times it did not seem so strange. How had he traveled to that time so long ago? That Doctor.

Lilly smiled some and shook herself from thought to walk along the lightly snow powdered lane. She knew the path by heart and once in motion she allowed herself to slip back into memory. It was lost in this memory that she was when suddenly something or someone ran into her, it jarred her and her satchel as dropped but her senses went on high alert. Ready to defend herself when a familiar word hit her ears.

“Whot?!”

Lilly blinked and looked to where the man stood. He looked like he hadn’t aged a day! The outfit the outfit was even the same only…blue. “Doctor?” she said in a stunned tone.

“I really do have to rush there’s a thing…and it’s Christmas and…” he trailed off as brown eyes met blue. A blue he had only seen once before in a human and was as familiar to him as home, blue like his Tardis. “Princess Lilly? But how…that’s impossible…”

Slowly she arched one delicate brown moving a strange of her golden hair aside “As impossible as a man in a suit to be in the 14th century and then also in the 21st?”

“Not likely then…”

“No not likely, but here I am.”

“You only look a few years older…how?”

“Not the same way as you I suspect. How did you get to my time all those many years ago? Then here?”

“Oh by Tardis.”

“Tardis?”

“Time and relative dimension in space.”

“A time machine?”

“Well yes that is really simple way to put it though you see the Tardis is much more than a time…”

“Didn’t you say you were doing something I wouldn’t want to keep you from it…” though she didn’t want him to go she had too many manners to keep him if he had to go.

“Oh! Yes! But how are you…you don’t have a Tardis”

“No I don’t have a Tardis. I was changed.”

“Changed?”

She nodded slowly watching him he smelled like sunshine and something else, fresh and clean space maybe? “Yes we as a family prefer the term Immortal though I suppose most of the world would say Vampire.” He looked troubled at her last word.

“You don’t kill people do you? I am not a fan for that I can’t approve but I could give you a warning.”

She laughed softly a sound that seemed to lessen the tension in his shoulders “Oh no Doctor not at all we only taken from those willing to give. There are some who have been loyal to the family for generations.” Those words seemed to make him relax even more and he smiled. Seemed to wish to say something but there was some screaming in the distance.

“I do have to…”

“Take care of stuff.” She nodded understandingly though not really happily.

He hesitated a moment then took several steps forward. Stopped turned and looked at her again and simply held out his hand.

Lilly didn’t hesitate her packages still in the snow and yet she didn’t care. Not for a moment her hand met his and their smiles met with their gazes as they ran towards the screaming.

 

 

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