Amy Pond's life after The Weeping Angels -
After being transported to the 30’s The Ponds decided they wanted to live a calm life. Amy became a writer for a newspaper, and Rory used his medical skills to help the less advanced people of the early twentieth century. Their blissful lives took a turn when the war began. Rory was sent to fight in the war, and Amy’s writing began to increase in popularity, her key audience recently empowered woman.
Once the war ended, and Rory returned home, they both became a well known power couple. Amy was an acclaimed, as well as controversial, journalist. Rory’s knowledge of medicine helped cure diseases once thought deadly. Their close relation with President Nixon tainted the pairs standing in society, but it only elevated their fame. By the end of the 70s the two had retired, choosing to seclude themselves from the world. For a few years the two got the peace they had wanted, they had gotten to grow old together, and they had lived a new type of adventure.
Sometimes Amy would wonder if she would ever cross paths with The Doctor. Sometimes she would even hope; but they never saw each other after that day in Manhattan.
After Rory’s death Amy used her remaining five years to write. Her only published stories were children’s novels, which were read well past her death. A piece no one knew about was her auto-biography, starting from when she moved to England as a little girl named Amelia Pond, to when she woke up next to her husband to discover he had passed. Every adventure, every friendship, every detail painstakingly written down, although it was never seen by any one other than Amy herself.