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Traveling Again

By Sassywriterchick


Chapter 1

Got the idea for this story out of nowhere, and decided to write it! I'm okay pleased with it, I tried to follow the script pretty well, not changing to much except of course, Rose traveling with the Doctor instead of staying on the beach.

That made me so upset, I don't know why. Well yes I do because she almost traveled with him again! Ten will probably end up regenerating, sadly, but I think Rose and Eleven would be an interesting pair to write. (with Amy and Rory of course) Anyways, here it is, hopefully you'll like it!

Disclaimer: I do not own Doctor Who or any of its characters.

"Oh fat lot of good this is." Jackie grumbled as they stepped out onto Bad Wolf Bay, "Bloody Norway? I'm going to have to phone your father. He's on the nursery run. I was pregnant," she said to the new Doctor, "Do you remember? Had a baby boy."

"Oh brilliant." The second Doctor said, "What did you call him?"



"No you plum. He's called Tony."

Rose looked around at the lonely beach and frowned, staring at the familiar bay. "Hold on, this is the parallel universe right?"

"Your back home." The Doctor said, but Rose shook her head, and to his surprise, laughed.

"Oh nice try." She said, "You were going to ditch me weren't you?" when he opened his mouth to object, she pressed a finger to his lips. "Don't you understand?" she asked, shaking her head, "My home is in there." She pointed to the Tardis, "With you."

"But I need someone to take care of him!" he gestured hopelessly to the new Doctor.

"I could land him a job at Torchwood, Pete could teach him the ropes." Jackie suggested, and the Doctor looked at her in surprise.

"I thought you would be on my side!" he accused her, "Don't you want your daughter to stay?"

"She's happier with you. Always has been."

Rose looked at the Doctor then, and he smiled down at her. "What do you say Donna?" he asked.


"Should we let Miss Rose Tyler live in the Tardis again?"

"Do whatever you want." Donna waved her hand, but smiled her approval. He hugged Rose tight again, and grinned.

"Brilliant. Well," he stared at Jackie and the new Doctor, "We best be going, Allons-y and all that." Rose hugged her Mother tightly and whispered something in her ear. Then, with one long last look at the beach, she stepped back inside the Tardis.

"I thought we could try the planet Felspoon." Donna said when they all took their positions for take off. "Just because. What a good name, Felspoon. Apparently, it's got mountains that sway in the breeze. Mountains that move. Can you imagine?"

"And how do you know that?" the Doctor asked softly.

"Because it's in your head, and if it's in your head, it's in mine!" she said cheerfully, and Rose exchanged a worried look with the Doctor.

"And how does that feel?" he asked, more quiet than before.

"Brilliant! Fantastic! The entire universe, packed into my brain. You know, if you just told that one," she gestured to Rose, "that you love her, she might not dump you. Just say that you love love love love love love her so very, " she stopped for breath, panting, "much. You know what? Never mind Felspoon-"

"Donna." Rose said, cutting her off, Donna was swaying dangerously and looked like she was about to pass out.

"Oh my God." Donna panted.

"Do you know what's happening?" the Doctor asked another question, and Donna nodded.


"There's never been a human Time Lord metacrisis before. And now you know why." He felt Rose's hand on his shoulder, as if she knew exactly what he had to do and why he was doing it. She couldn't possible imagine though.

"Because there can't be." Rose said softly, and Donna's eyes widened in fright.

"No! I want to stay." She pleaded, almost like a small child.

"Look at me Donna, look at me." The Doctor said, and she looked into his eyes, clearly frightened.

"I was going to be with you-"

"Forever." Rose finished, "That's what we all thought." He heard the pain in her voice, and mentally cursed himself for not taking care of either of them better.

"I know." He said, to them both.

"The rest of my life, in the Tardis. The Doctor Donna. No. Oh my God, I can't go back. Don't make me go back. Doctor please!"

"Donna. Oh Donna Noble. We had the best of times." He swallowed a sob and felt Rose look away. "The best. Goodbye."

"That must be her. Donna?" Donna's grandpa opened the door, and The Doctor, and Rose, was supporting Donna.

"Help me." He said and they led Donna into the house and laid her down on her bed.

"She took my mind into her own head. But that's a Time Lord consciousness. All that knowledge, it was killing her." He said quietly, and Rose gripped his hand.

"Did you tell them all this?" she asked, she had been busy finding her old room in the Tardis, she didn't want to see a family at the moment, not matter how sad, as she had just left her's behind.

"Yeah." He said, "Warned them that of she remembered it would fry her mind."

"Maybe it's better." Rose brooded, and he looked down at her in surprise.


"When you can't forget," she explained, "and you can't get back, it haunts you. Dreams. Beautiful dreams, but when you wake up there all gone. At least now she can't remember." He pulled her close then, his arm going around her shoulder, as she shook with sobs. She hardly ever cried his Rose Tyler, but he felt like crying much himself, as they watched Donna chatting away in the kitchen from their view of her back porch.

"How thick do you think I am? Planets. Tell you what it was dumbo. That's those two for one lagers you gets down at the offy because you fancy that little man win there with the goatee. " Donna babbled on.

"Well Rose Tyler." He said, standing up to go, "shall we?"

Yay their off traveling! It will probably follow the episodes, except with Rose and some romance between Rose and the Doctor (yay!) except skipping Waters of Mars because A) I have never see that episode, (my friend that I trust very much said not to, or I would be terrified, I'm a scaredy cat) and B)I want to write End of Time soon.

Thanks for reading, bye!

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