Hello, WALL-E!In a lanky movement of tweed and flopping hair, the Doctor takes a single step forward out of his TARDIS and immediately pauses, realizing his mistake.
"Blimey," he mutters appreciatively as he glances out at the landscape, raises the inside of his wrist to his eyes to frown at the gleaming face of a golden watch, and then looks once more at the eerily unfamiliar environment in front of him.
"Chrono-stabilizers must be on the blink again," he says, to nobody in particular. "Been meaning to get that fixed."
Dust swirls up around his boots when he starts forward again, and he knows he's been here before, but not like this. Everything is different, as if an entire planet had somehow fallen into disrepair. The Doctor grimaces slightly as his path takes him under the rusty remnants of an old green highway sign, still proudly displaying the name of a place now long-gone. It's probably buried beneath skyscrapers of junk.
This variation of Earth hadn't been the Doctor's destination; he'd meant
look at the starsIt was the stars again. My dear, they don't seem to want to let you go; I'm still glancing up most nights and looking back on the times you weren't there (for only a moment, as you'd remind me so patiently), and I haven't given up waiting for those igniting lights to guide you home from beneath the same midnight curtain. Your memory can be seen gliding, or trapped, in the space between constellations, if I squint.
I know it's only that; only a memory. That's what you've become.... that's all you've become, and all you ever can or will be.
I know it, but I still see you everywhere.
Tonight I found myself alone, and after all this time it still unnerves me. Or has it been so long? Some days I'm sure it's been years since the last words you would ever say to me, though the calendar stubbornly insists otherwise. Surely it hasn't been only months... has it already been months?... since we sat in blissful unawareness in our secret space in front of the riverbank trees, murmured near the shim
Free Plushie Patterns Online
Here's a collection of links to sites outside of DeviantArt where you can find free plushie patterns. There are well over two hundred choices, so you're sure to find something you like.
Remember, if you can't find exactly what you're looking for, try adapting one of the patterns. For example, a tiger can easily be turned into a lion, an elephant into a wooly mammoth, an elf into a goblin, or combine the upper half of a mermaid with the lower half of a pony to get a centaur.
Night Garden Studios Jointed and Rag Bears
Baby Bows Bear
Hug Me (EMS Bear