Meet the Doctor. He came into my office, the Tardis having landed on the garden beyond my window. I was surprised when he first walked in but I have since got used to him being here. Yes, it is a life-size cardboard cut out and yes, I have gone completely mad. I thought I had ordered a poster for Amy's bedroom, to go with the 'Donna' one on her wall. But I received a 6ft life-like version instead. I ordered the wrong item. It came in a huge flat square box and I have decided to keep it. For Amy of course.
His eyes follow me around the room. I always wondered what it was like to be a goldfish and now I know. I almost felt undressed when I unpacked him, having no makeup on and my hair in desperate need of being brushed. What must the Doctor think of me. I have to say though, he's gorgeous. Even more so in the cardboard. Being a life-size model kind of makes him more real, less of a character and more of a man. The farmer hasn't seen him yet. I wonder if I should keep the Doctor in a wardrobe and bring him out when I know the coast is clear. Or when Amy is home, as it is for Amy of course.
He's quite scruffy though. That long coat looks as though it has seen better days and his canvas shoes need a good wash. His tie is skew-whiff and his suit is quite worn but the Doctor himself, well, he is simply gorgeous. In my opinion naturally. I feel like Donna Noble. My red hair isn't as long as hers but I am sure I would make a good companion if he were ever to ask me. In the meantime I shall keep him in my office, standing in the corner and hope Amy appreciates the nice surprise that awaits her after school. I shall enjoy him for now.