Cloverdew

calloway:

'little victories' by hanecdote

Sometimes these are big victories. Thankfully it’s been a while since I’ve felt that way, but it’s a choice every day.

(via balancing)

Soaking up some sun before class. I’m finally taking a graphic design class (web design) and loving it. I love everything about it. I want to continue taking classes and wish there was a way to do this full time, but I think the next best thing is to take some online courses through Lynda.com or other sites. When I’m done this course, I plan to do that. I’ve put this off for too long already.

Soaking up some sun before class. I’m finally taking a graphic design class (web design) and loving it. I love everything about it. I want to continue taking classes and wish there was a way to do this full time, but I think the next best thing is to take some online courses through Lynda.com or other sites. When I’m done this course, I plan to do that. I’ve put this off for too long already.

aflawedfashion:

The most interesting thing here stems from the fact that River doesn’t know Donna or have any personal vested interest in her and yet she looks at her with such emotion.  Donna doesn’t die traveling with The Doctor as the audience suspects in this moment.  She forgets.

River has seen a lot of horrible things and isn’t one to be easily moved, but you can see how just the mention of Donna’s name completely affects her. The look on her face reflects the pain of what The Doctor told her about Donna.  We are seeing a reflection of how much and how deeply what happened to Donna affected The Doctor long after she was gone. 

(via the-rainbow-jen)