Reblogged from ophelia5wims
I’ve seen a lot of this guy and his good deeds on my dashboard. It got me curious as to who he is.
I did a little research and found out that his name is Andrew Ducote.
He no longer works for Disneyland on a count of the fact that they didn’t want him playing Peter Pan anymore because he was getting wrinkles under his eyes. They offered him another job at the park but he refused. He liked being Peter Pan and he didn’t want another position.
He ended up getting married to a girl named Hali Gaskins who played Wendy at the park.
I know that I can’t be the only one who was curious about him. Hence this post.
How ironic that Peter Pan got fired for growing up
Reblogged from the-creeping-bam
Probably one of the worst moments of all time.
Look how he reaches for her. His best friend. He just wants her to show some recognition. That she is still in there somewhere. He just wants his best friend back.
#Sometimes when I rewatch this episode #and when this part comes up #I always wonder just what is going through the Doctor’s head#I imagine it might be the first memory of her he ever had #that moment she randomly appeared within his TARDIS and just how confused and excited he’d been at the situation #or maybe even all the adventures he never talked to her about #and he wonders just how many amazing things he could have shown her #would have been able to show her had it not been for everything that had led up to her forgetting him #and I wonder if he finds that just the touch of her hand in this small handshake was painfully beautiful #because it took him back to all the times he took her hand #and ran #maybe it was the most painful thing he’d ever experienced and maybe he made a note of that in this moment #that he could never run while holding her hand again
Reblogged from ladypurl
The Quick Brown Fox Jumps Over the Lazy Dog.
I feel like I’ve been preparing for this image all my life.
The internet is over, everyone can go home
It’s just as beautiful as I always imagined.
My life is complete.
Life is over as we know it