*stomps feet* Don't you *dare* do this Doctor, do you hear me?
Author's Response: Not sure he can hear anything at the moment.
Oh no, not again!! You're trying to kill us, aren't you, as well as Jack and the Doctor?
Author's Response: Sorry
If you are a fan of Doctor Who and or David Tennant, have you seen Recovery? I know you know about this from work? But it is a really excellent if heartbreaking drama on the topic. And thank you for the suggestion on reading :)
Author's Response: It was Recovery that first gave me the idea and DT\'s support of the Headway Foundation. I\'ve seen it a couple of times on Youtube. They need to get it out on DVD. So I can bawl my eyes out in comfort rather than at my PC. Rewatched it yesterday and had the sme effect.
Don't you dare! Not again! *pokes mods to get the other chapters*
Author's Response: *g*
Dear God, what a roller coaster ride, first he's better, then just when everything seems to be getter better, you pull the rug from under me...love,love,love this!
Author's Response: Glad that you\'re still enjoying. Reckon that rug needs a good shake.
Just when things were starting to look up!
Author's Response: Sorry *g*
Oh My and just when he seems to be making such amazing progress.
Want more chapters *prods mods*
Author's Response: Things can happen too quickly sometimes.
It is official: you are EVIL!! After everything, you give the poor man a hemorage (I'm not English and not entirely sure if I spelled that right). I do hope that you fix him, god that makes you sound like Bob the Builder. Just make him better?! Please?
Author's Response: It\'s not necessarily evil... well maybe a little bit. Five days after surgery he\'s still vulnerable to complications.
Oh no! And he seemed to be recovering pretty well. I love the idea of the Doctor making better paper planes than anyone else!
Author's Response: It\'s a simple matter of vector, gravity, and aerodynamics that any stupid ape should be able to master much along the lines of recreational mathematics.
And just when he seemed to be getting better. *sad*
Author's Response: Sorry.
Blood, eye's white-- head hurting--Hemorrhage! Hey!!!!!
Author's Response: *evil chuckle*
Oh, it must just be so difficult to know that something massive is wrong with you, and if it is a brain injury, in a way, with who you are...or how you act...(I hope I don't sound offensive, I'm not sure if i'm articulating properly) and not being able to fix it. I am so engaged by this story. I can't wait for the next few bits to finally be approved!
Author's Response: It\'s not offensive - it\'s a fact of brain injury. There is a case study about a guy called Phineas Gage that got an iron rod blasted literally through his head so it went in his jaw and came out of the top. He survived but was permanently changed. It is worth reading.
I think Ianto is just as at wits end as the rest of them. And a bit jealous. The Doctor does know he's broken but doesn't know what to do about it. What I admire is how Jack is keeping it together now that the Doctor is on the mend. Even if he doesn't come all the way back, I think Jack will always love him.
Author's Response: Jack firmly believes that Rose made him the way he is for the Doctor while the Doctor\'s duplicate was made for Rose. He wont ever give that up.
Well, it was nice for him to give the homeless man his coat. I'm just glad that he's getting better.
Author's Response: Can you imagine his face if he recovers fully and finds out that Ernie has Janice Joplin\'s coat!
Poor Ianto; he must be confused and hurt to see the team put all this love and patience into the broken Time Lord when they- Jack at lease was so resolute that Lisa was a lost cause.
Author's Response: Ianto doesn\'t say as much but that is what he is thinking. You\'ve had Suzie, Lisa, and then to some extent Owen all get derailled by Jack and then because it\'s the Doctor all focus is on him and everything else has paled to insignificance for Jack.