The next morning the alarm went off as normal and Rose went work like she usually did. Only she was more distracted than usual; Rose kept thinking about the Doctor. She became so distracted that her boss noticed and told her to take a break, which she took gratefully. She went to the park, where she met him. Rose walked all through the park, no particular path but yet she felt like she was going to arrive somewhere. Some where important. All of the sudden she became dizzy and she started to see black spots. She sat down on a near by bench and then blacked out.

She was standing with someone, he was cute and had dark, brown skin. She was facing the Tardis and she was talking with the Doctor. But he looked different, he had a extremely short hair cut and wore a t-shirt a long with a leather jacket.

"Right then. I'll be off. Unless, ah, I don't know, you could come with me. This box isn't just a London Hoppa, you know. It goes anywhere in the Universe, free of charge." The Doctor said.

"Don't! He's an alien! He's a thing!" The person standing next to her said, Mickey was his name. Rose gave him the shut up look.

"He's not invited. What d'you think? You could stay here, fill your life with work and food and sleep or you could go... anywhere."

"Is it always this dangerous?" She asked.

"Yeah."

"Yeah, I can't. I've, um, I've gotta go and find my mom. And someone's gotta look after this stupid lump, so..."

"Okay. See ya 'round." He closed the door to the Tardis and then left.

"Come on, let's go. Come on." She said to Mickey. Then the Tardis reappeared and the Doctor stuck his head out, "By the way, did I mention it also travels in time?"

"Thanks." Rose told Mickey.

"Thanks for what?"

"Exactly." She said before she off to join the Doctor in the Tardis.

Rose woke with a start. It was late in the afternoon and she realized she needed to get home. Rose got up shakily, she was still a bit queasy from her... she wasn't sure what to call it... vision? Memory? She wasn't exactly sure. Before she left she turned and then she saw it. It was just sitting on hill and it was almost like it was calling her. Calling her to approach it and open its doors. The Tardis was waiting for her. Rose walked up toward it and eventually found herself in-front of it. She touched the handles, they were warm to the touch. She grabbed the handle and then pulled the door open.