(Author’s note: Hey! You’ve probably wondered where I went over the last month. Well, honestly, with all the stuff going on in the world, I have been weary and tired. Haven’t been inspired. So, hopefully after today, I’ll be more inspired by the world around me. Here we go!)
Who (Are You)?
by Miles H. Rost
Pete rushed into the house, happy that Sunday service was finally over.
He ran as quick as his legs could to his room, pulled out a magazine and his notebook from the closet, and quickly returned to the living room.
“Why are you so quick today?” his mum inquired.
“I’m not gonna miss this episode for the world!” young Pete replied, looking at his pens and readying himself.
“You know it doesn’t start for 3 hours, right?”
Pete blinked, then sighed.
“I have to get this letter right, if I want to be the president of the Doctor Who Fan Club.”
What a fun story about Peter Capaldi! Yes, he did get the last laugh but I can’t believe the BBC couldn’t reward the little tyke for being such a super-fan!
It was because he was so persistent. They never saw a fan of his caliber, and they had Eastenders!
I love him in the “Thick of it” as Malcolm slightly different from Dr Who!!
Quite a marked difference. But he did well.
Glad you’re back, Miles, and interesting info on Dr. Who.
I love the back stories, especially that one. He was not well liked by the BBC at that time, because he was an annoying fan. XD
And there you have it. Well done. Sorry about the world.
It is what it is. 😀
Nice to have you back, Miles. I don’t know a thing about Dr. Who, so I’m going to have to do some research to get the whole picture. Good job!
Peter Capaldi. Great actor. He had to deal with some pretty bad writing in his time as The Doctor. Really a shame.
I have been a fan of the Doctor since he/she first appeared on TV. I believe that the actors who play the Doctor role have changed to often.
One of my favourite Doctors. Great story!