A/N - Just to let you all know, this will be a much shorter story than my others. I only have about 5-6 chapters planned before my ending which I've already figured out, but I may write some adventures from this story afterwards. Enjoy!
"SO!" The Doctor said loudly, spinning round the console with a long red scarf around her neck, denim skirt and a white t shirt with a brown coat on. "Where first?"
"Don't mind." I said nervously.
"OH I KNOW!" She squealed, making me jump before running round the console, pulling levers and pressing buttons madly. "The Godiva system, full of some of the most beautiful constelations in the universe, it's amazing, honestly." She said, grinning at me as we landed. She grabbed my hand and dragged me out of The TARDIS out onto a grassy hill. For miles and miles all you could see was fields, and a beautiful black sky with twinkling stars spread across. She sat down on the hill, patting next to her for me to sit down. I caught my breath for a second and walked forward, sitting down next to her. "I was going to come here before." She sighed. "With..."
"With Amy?" I asked.
"In my dream..."
"What happened, in the dream?" She suddenly asked.
"Something was happening to The TARDIS." I began slowly. "There was flashes and sparks everywhere, like we were crashing. One of the sparks hit me in the chest, and I flew across the room, towards the doors. You screamed out."
"Amy." The Doctor whispered.
"What happened to her?"
"Well." The Doctor began, clearing her throat. "When I first met her, she had this crack in her wall, a crack in time, I managed to close it but they were everywhere, in different points in time and space. One day, we were flying in the vortex, and we found one, but we couldn't get away quick enough. The TARDIS flew straight through it, by complete accident. We were crashing and the doors flew open, one of the sparks hit Amy and she flew out of the doors... into the crack."
"I'm sorry." I mumbled.
"Timelines are complicated thing, but time must have rippled back and you dreamed it from her point of view."
"Is there no way of finding her again?"
"It was most likely she got killed, from the crack." The Doctor mumbled. "And anyway, the crack would have closed and she would have ended back in her parallel world, there's no way to get back to her."
"I really am, sorry."
"Hey, after 900 years of time and space, you get used to it."
"900?" I asked in confusion.
"Well, 908 to be specific."
"Yes I am." She chuckled.
"Wow." I whispered.
"Still, life goes on." The Doctor said, coughing awkwardly and looking up at the stars.
"For taking me with you."
"Got to keep a eye on you." She whispered.
Sorry it's only a short one :)