School's starting up for me soon, so of course I have to start another story :3 eughh I don't want to go back to school...:/
And I apologize for the bad summary. I'll try to make it better later, but I was drawing a blank right now and I wanted to get this up... :)
Kay, just to make it clear, this takes place after the Wedding of River Song and most of the Pond Life's but before season 7 so it's a bit of an AU, but not that much. Anyway, I hope you like it!
5:27 A.M was not an okay time to be getting up on a Sunday in Amy's book. Which was why she was extremely not happy when she woke up.
"Stupid mornings." She grumbled, very annoyed as she walked down the stairs into the kitchen. Pouring herself a cup of green tea (it was her favorite) she tiredly fell on the couch and stared at the not-on-telly. Ah, what was the point of the telly right now? There wouldn't be anything good on anyway.
And since Amy wasn't doing anything except sitting on the couch with tea bored out of her mind, she noticed it right away when the mail slot opened and something was dropped in. Amy stared at the door in confusion. "What?" She asked aloud. It was way to early for the mail, not to mention a Sunday! There was no post on Sunday!
Putting her tea down on the table, she slowly walked over to the door and turned the hall light on. Sitting on the floor was a TARDIS blue envelope. Amy's blood ran cold. Last time she got a TARDIS blue envelope, it was inviting her and Rory to see the Doctor die. Of course, she could just be overreacting, but who else but the Doctor would send her an envelope at five thirty in the morning?
She quickly ran up the stairs to the bedroom. Opening the door loudly, she grabbed Rory's shoulder and started shaking him roughly.
"Ood on the loo…" He mumbled quietly in his sleep. Amy groaned and shook him some more.
"Oh, god, Rory! We're done with that! The Doctor took him back! Now get up!" Rory sleepily opened one eye and stared at Amy.
"Whatisitamy?" He said tiredly.
"Get up, stupid face! There's a letter for us!" More awake now, Rory groaned.
"What? A letter? That's what you woke me up for?"
"Not just any letter, Rory! A TARDIS blue letter that was delivered on a Sunday at five-thirty in the morning!"
"So?" Rory pushed himself up into a sitting position, still obviously not happy about his way too early wake up call. "Maybe one of the neighbors was up early and had something to give us." He yawned. "Can I go back to sleep now?"
"No." Amy pulled his arm. "C'mon, Rory, I have a feeling it's from the Doctor!" Rory sighed.
"Fine…" Amy grinned triumphantly.
"The things I do for you…" Rory mumbled as he pulled his bathrobe on over his pajamas. Amy crossed her arms.
"What was that?"
"Nothing!" Rory replied quickly.
"That's what I thought. Now come ON, hurry up!" Amy rushed down the stairs with Rory following slowly after her, still complaining. "Oh, shut up!" Amy called to him.
"So, what exactly did you have to wake me up for this anyway?" Rory asked.
"I'm not gonna watch this alone! Besides, what if the Doctor's in trouble? It wouldn't be the first time."
"True…" Rory couldn't disagree with that. Amy grabbed the envelope and showed it to him.
"Looks almost the same as the last one!" She exclaimed.
Rory stared at it. "Now that you mention, yeah, it does, actually." Amy ripped open the envelope and pulled out what was inside. Rory looked over to see what it was.
"A DVD?" Rory asked, confused.
"Well, let's play it!" Amy said, hastily grabbing the DVD and putting it in the DVD player. She sat down on the couch, pulling Rory next to her and grabbed her tea (it was cold now, but who cares?).
Rory grabbed the remote and pressed play.
"AH!" Amy yelled and recoiled as the Doctor's face showed up on the screen, very, very close. He tapped the screen.
"Is this on? I think it is. Ponds, when there's a flashing red light, that usually means things are recording, right? Either that or about to blow up…I hope it's not that one, that'd be extremely very not good. Anyway, hello Ponds! Because I'll assume it's both of you watching this right now and not just one of you." He backed up and they could see he was in the TARDIS, wearing his usual outfit of tweed, bowtie, and in this case, a stetson.
"I found another stetson! Isn't that brilliant?" He grinned, pointing to his hat excitedly. Amy groaned.
"So, Doctor, still the horrible fashion sense, yeah?" The Doctor on the screen looked upset for a second.
"I imagine you're making fun of my hat now, aren't you Amelia? Well, it's cool." Amy snorted. "Really, it is!" He insisted. Rory sighed.
"Get to the point, Doctor! I had to get up at five in the morning for this!" Rory told the T.V., not expecting any answer.
"Rory's right, I should get to the point." He said. Rory looked at the telly and started to say something, but before he could the Doctor spoke. "And before you ask, no, Rory, I can't hear you, I have no idea what you're saying, I'm just a very good guesser." He clapped his hands and then rubbed them together. "So! Yes! To the point! Why'd I send you this recording of me instead of just parking my TARDIS in your hallway and storming into your bedroom like I usually do? And yes, Rory, I know, you have a rule about the bedroom. You told me last time, you know, when Mr. Ood escaped!"
Rory groaned. "Don't remind me..."
Amy grinned. "He did make good coffee though," She noted. "And breakfast. And cleaned…"
"Okay, I keep getting off topic! Ponds," the Doctor suddenly looked serious. "I'll just get straight to the point. I can't tell you where I am. And I can't tell you where the TARDIS is. Mostly because I don't really know where it is…"
Amy stared at the screen, shocked. "What?"
"It's probably either in quite a lot of danger, or totally perfectly safe. More likely the first one." The Doctor said. "As for me, well, I can't tell you, like I said. But you might not be seeing me for a while, if at all ever… I guess I'd be called missing in action! Also known as MIA. And also known as is also known as a.k.a…you humans and all your acronyms! Anyway, yeah. I have absolutely no idea where the TARDIS is. And this probably isn't a great thing to mention right now, because it's just like adding to the pile of problems here, but you Ponds are probably also in quite a lot of danger."
"I just thought you might like to know that…oh, and River is, too, although she always seems to be in a lot of danger, but she's in even more trouble…and I suppose Sarah Jane and Jack and Martha and Mickey and Wilf and Donna and maybe even Craig…yeah, all in trouble. Sorry." He grinned sheepishly. "Probably not helping. Ah, yeah. But, um, just be on the lookout, because very soon it's very likely you'll be running quite a lot again…'course, I could be completely wrong, but I doubt it! I'm still not helping, aren't I?" Amy and Rory just stared at the screen in shock, not saying anything.
"Well," The Doctor flipped his wrist over and looked at his watch. "I've got to go, but be careful, Ponds! Here's Martha's number, it'll be in the envelope, you might want to call her and tell her what I said…she'll do the rest and let everyone else know. So, I guess this is goodbye, Amy, Rory. I hope I see you again." Smiling, although it looked rather forced, the Doctor waved at them, and the video shut off.
I know the chapter was kinda short, but the other ones'll probably be longer. :)
So, review and tell me what you think of this so far!