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I just wanted to let you all know that I finally gave in and got a account. I'm using it for fic recs for now, but who knows how it'll evolve.

Anyway, it can be found here. It's up-to-date through my last fic rec posting on here, and I plan on keeping it that way.

And I think you all might get a kick out of this - I came across some older fic of mine that I thought I lost. Now, I'm not saying any of it's any good, but you all might get some enjoyment out of it. The scary thing is, I don't remember writing some of it (though, I did check and it is mine).

They can be found here and here
sam_gamgee: (crackfic by anon)
This is just a bunch of fic recs for various fandoms that I've found. I've been meaning to organize the folder they were in for a whie, and finally decided to do it and put them all somewhere that it would be easier for me to find them.

Plus, I keep thinking as I read various fics, "Oh! I should tell ___ about this fic," and then never do, or tell one person and forget to tell someone else, etc. So, this way I can share what I've got with all of you.

Testing Gravity by Gwyneth Rhys
Brian/Dom; NC-17
Brian goes looking for Dominic in Mexico, with a goal of setting things right between them.

Learning To Fly (Is Like Falling remix) by luzdeestrellas
Mal/Kaylee; PG; Serenity
Remix of Symbiosis by Dana Woods

Not Another Date by gena
House, Wilson, Cameron; PG-13
House invites Wilson and Cameron to the carnival.

Equilibrium by lamardeuse
Jim/Blair; NC-17; TSBYBS
Jim and Blair work on a case - and slowly enter a relationship of a different nature.

The Long Goodbye by Kikkimax
Jim/Blair; PG; AU
Prison guard Jim Ellison struggles to prevent the impending execution of serial killer Blair Sandburg, AKA the Manifesto Murderer.

Sentinel Conspiracy by Kikkimax
Jim/Blair; PG; AU
In the war-torn world of the future, front line Sentinel Jim Ellison refuses to bond with a Guide, until he meets mysterious Blair Sandburg, who seems to have an agenda of his own.

Obligation Series by Polly Bywater
1. Sequel of Obligation
2. Serving Notice
3. As Much as Needed
4. Should Auld Acquaintance
5. The Fundamental Feature
6. Having All Its Parts

Blair Sandburg/Alex "Sasha" Krycek (with mention of Duncan McLeod/Methos throughout, Clex and Blair/Alex/Lex in #5, and Alex/Blair/Jim in #6); NC-17; AU
A brand new Sentinel is dropped into Blair's lap, just when he's become resigned to the fact that Jim can't give him what he needs.

Gene Therapy by Lady Ra
McShep & Clex; NC-17; Season 1 for both, but Clark is legal
An energy force hits a puddle jumper and Sheppard's team ends up someplace very unexpected.

Superglue by Kat Reitz and Perryvic
Clex; NC-17; AU
Sometimes things are shattered so far beyond repair, that even superglue can't keep it all together. Just keep trying until it all sticks together enough to make do.

"Pearls of Wisdom" Series by Lady Grey
Jack/Daniel; NC-17; Need, Legacy, Forever in a Day, Past and Present, Urgo, Shades of Grey, Window of Opportunity, The Light, Menace, Meridian, Abyss, Full Circle, Homecoming, Lifeboat. Story set in Season 7
Jack realizes too late that his feelings for Daniel are more than just friendship. When he gets a second chance to act on that love, he passes it up until their mis-remembered past brings Daniel to seek comfort in his arms.

Doctor's Orders by Xanthe
McBeck; NC-17
"You are NOT the person you pretend to be, Carson Beckett!"

Nine Things John has Loved and Lost...and Two Things He's Learning To Trust Will Be There When He Needs Them by Nifra Idril
John Sheppard; PG

On Holiday by [ profile] rosewildirish
Rodney/Radek; Mature
"A search for what?" [Radek] asked, disgruntled tone telling Rodney he'd only bought a reprieve from the hunt for the perfect projectile.
"For our destination," Rodney said, humming softly. "Haven't you been listening? We're going on vacation."

Thirteen O'Clock by [ profile] hth_the_first
Rodney/Ronon; PG-13
Rodney and Ronon bond over food.

SGA > McShep
Atlantis Observed by [ profile] seekergeek
NC-17; Runner, Duet, The Storm, The Eye
An error in Atlantis' program ends up with unexpected results.

A Beautiful Lifetime Event by Shallot
NC-17; AU
Life is what happens when you're busy making other plans.

Body Holographic by Leah and Springwoof
NC-17; AU
"I would give anything for you to be real." (A "Left to Fend" Remix)

The Blade by [ profile] kellifer_fic
Adult; AU
"Someday, you will be sold." These were words spoken to John Sheppard when he was six years old.

Coming Home by Xanthe
NC-17; AU
Prequel/sequel to General and Dr. Sheppard - makes more sense if G&DS is read first.

The Commentator by [ profile] of_evangeline
McKay/Sheppard, Lorne/Parrish, with Sergeant Chuck; PG-13
"Zelenka's going to kill you when he finds out what you've been doing instead of work."
"Are you kidding?" Rodney slapped a stick onto the ice. "He helped design it."

consider the great wall of china by
One stone at a time, man. But I've read you can see that motherfucker from space without a telescope.

Depth Perception by [ profile] thegrrrl2002
John and Rodney are stranded on a planet together, and Rodney comes to realize John isn't exactly the guy he thought he was.

Gene Therapy by Lady Ra
McShep & Clex; NC-17; Season 1 for both, but Clark is legal
An energy force hits a puddle jumper and Sheppard's team ends up someplace very unexpected.

General and Dr. Sheppard by Xanthe
NC-17; Trinity and The Brotherhood
An accident with Ancient technology sucks a John and Rodney from an alternate universe onto Atlantis – and they have very different ideas about sex, marriage and relationships.

Last Will and Testament by Speranza
NC-17; AU
"It's about your father. Your father is dead, Rodney."

Liberty by [ profile] yin_again and [ profile] ladycat777
NC-17; AU
John and Rodney get a day off.

Polynomials and Fixed Points by [ profile] diluvian
Atlantis does the math.

Revelations by [ profile] trinityofone
NC-17; AU
John is a priest, Rodney is sin, and I am so going to hell.

Things To Do In Denver When You're Dead by Speranza
"Any plans for shore leave?" Rodney asks, and this time Sheppard doesn't even look at him.
sam_gamgee: (F&tF keys - m'lyn)
I am now finished with the weird rush hours and am now starting to get back into something of a normal schedule. Which is good, considering that my area (the regular/fun books) is *desperately* in need of some TLC. (After three weeks of being neglected and being a bit overgrown prior to that, I'd say so.)

And now that I have all this time on my hands, I'm not quite sure what to do with it.

Though, I have just gotten caught up on a great SGA WIP, Moments Sacred and Profane by Mice. My reading this fic is all [ profile] elven_wolf's fault.

I'm also getting caught up on part 52 of [ profile] serafina20's *amazing* fic Corner of the World

And, last but not least, in looking for part of a rec that [ profile] justhuman gave me in [ profile] atlantiskink, I came across the fact that [ profile] xanthelj has written a prequel to General and Doctor Sheppard. (It's being posted all over the place in her ljs and on [ profile] atlantiskink, as far as I can tell.)

Oh, and [ profile] soft_princess? skdaskdflaskdfasd. You know that number I had you give me the other night? Well, as I was reading part 52 of CotW earlier tonight, I did a word count on the entire fic (including this part) and...damn you (in the best way possible) because the enormity of this just set in. Though, a) I know it's my own fault really and b) I do really need it.
sam_gamgee: (BigDamnGeek - soft_princess)
I'm finding it hard to resist [ profile] rageprufrock's writing when she writes stuff like this:
The next-to-last thing he remembered before passing out was Terry draping his letter jacket over Conner, his large hand stroking over Conner's shoulder longer than strictly necessary. And the very, very last thing Conner remembered was knowing that he was maybe beginning to fall a little in love with Terry, his awkward hands and his graceful run, the way that he loved his brother and embraced mediocrity--that Conner, in a life less ordinary, had finally found something normal.

I've also really been enjoying watching season 2 of SGA. And, yes, I have fallen in love with Ronon. I'm about half-way through, and had some comments to make, but I'm too tired to remember any of them except one.

Why is it that out of Teal'c, Teyla, and Ronon, Ronon seems to be the only one who comes from a culture whose people are even remotely close technologically to us?

(I'm sure there's a way I could've worded that better, but again - tired.)
sam_gamgee: (crackfic by anon)
Does anyone have a link for Marimou's SGA vids? I had one, but it appears to be dead.

And, speaking of links, here's a few I've come across, that hopefully someone will find interesting.

Brokeback to the Future - Okay, I'm sure practically everybody's seen this at this point, but I still think it's amazing and pretty darn cool.

Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Ex-Gay Cowboys - an article in today's NY Times Editorial section about Brokeback Mountain and End of the Spear. There's a bunch of really good stuff in it. And I've been mildly excited to see End of the Spear since I first heard about the story a few years back, and then read an interview with the lead, Chad Allen, in an issue of "The Advocate" a couple months back.

Exponential Curves, or, Chances by [ profile] rageprufrock. Sequel to Bell Curve, or, Ladies' Night at the Boom Boom Room and Learning Curve, or, Tab

Corner of the World 51: Homecoming by [ profile] serafina20
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- Wish me luck - I just filled out an application for Sight & Sound Theatre.

- [ profile] serafina20 has posted CotW Part 51 - Homecoming

- I loved this week's "House" and I love Wilson. *grins*

- You know you've been sucked into the Jossverse fandom when you're thinking about an AU plotbunny for a completely different fandom and think that one of the characters would take on a companion-type role, whereas most people would use the term geisha.

And this is more for my own archiving sake, but feel free to peruse.

Fandom Creed )
sam_gamgee: (wash - fireflyicons)
WW: -1.6 (-39 lbs)

Thanks and *hugs* to everyone who replied to my last two posts. It means *a lot* to me. It's been weird, since I'm still expecting things, you know? And Patch knew something was going on last week. And she's still being weird about one part of our yard. Plus, she's been more affectionate than normal with me (which should say something, since she's *always* affectionate with me).

What a week! I had a 12 day week this week and I was supposed to work tomorrow, but I couldn't. I've been feeling a bit off the past couple of days, so I didn't want to make myself sicker or anyone else sick in the process. Plus, as much as the extra money is needed, I value what fragments of sanity I have left, which is why I will spend most of my weekend holed up in my house watching movies, reading, and possibly even writing.

And the reason for the 12 day work week and me feeling all unbalanced? Fall Rush. AKA, when everyone comes back to college and things are a madhouse. If you've never experienced it at my school (and I know a couple of you have *waves at [ profile] anaidiana, [ profile] xtrodom, [ profile] red_mage_jerry, [ profile] wookiemonster, and [ profile] libralyte*). Think of it this way - from this past Saturday through this past Thursday, it was like six Black Fridays in a row. Today was a bit better because it was a) a Friday and b) the Friday before Labour Day weekend.

So, in an effort to help put this week behind me, here's some things that made this week worth it. (In no particular order, of course.)

1. Going out Saturday night with Beth and some of her friends to the Deer Park for dinner. Had good food, a good time, and even a bit of alcohol. Plus, we saw a car get hit by a train. (A freight rail is right there.) Thankfully, the driver got out in time, but we're still wondering how the car got on the tracks to begin with, plus, facing the same direction that this particular train was going.

2. A lot of the customers have been really nice and I've had fun chatting with them as I've rung up their purchases or helped them find things (and in some cases, both).

3. Two of the aforementioned customers were a girl with a BtVS shirt on and her mom. So I commented, "Excited about Serenity?" and she gave a sort of "Oh, yeah" nod and her mom was like, "Serenity?" and she was like, "It's a Joss Whedon thing, Mom." And her mom was like, "Oh."

4. Free food from some of the textbook reps. It's an amazing thing to see the amount of food our staff can consume, when there's maybe two dozen of us, at most, working. To give you an idea - I took in two separate bags of candy on two different days. The first one was gone within maybe an hour. And I could swear that the second one was gone in about 15 minutes, but it may have been a little longer. And if you think that's bad, you should see us when we get doughnuts.

5. Some of the t-shirts have been fun. I know I'm forgetting a few, but some of the ones that amused me include:
a) What happens in Jersey stays buried in Jersey.
b) Liscence to Chill
c) A design for a camp or something that had 'Ad Aspera Per Astra' in it (this one's for [ profile] soft_princess)
d) A picture of a Blue Hen (our mascot) and the words - Deleware Blue Hen - An Ass Kickin' Chicken
e) Made in the 1980s with a picture of a sperm going into an egg
f) Cereal Killer with a skull and cross spoons
g) Unemployed
h) Very Huggable (though the girl said she hadn't gotten much response with it)

6. A girl looking at some of the UD apparel with a friend and going "O. M. G. *squee*!" - saying the letters and actually squeeing.

7. Getting to be a bit of a geek with a guy who had special ordered some Robert Jordan books (even if I haven't read any of them yet).

8. Scott Grimes' cd. Best $12 I've spent in a long time. His music's definitely got an 80's power ballad sensibility/flair to it that seems to always put me in a good mood and sometimes even make me geek out a little.

9. Kat Reitz's SuperGlue - it's an AU h/c SV fic that's really long and really good. I'm almost done and I just can't put it down.

10. Hershey's White Chocolate miniatures with pecans - these were in one of the bags of candy I took in and they're *so* yummy.

11. "Dead Like Me" - I still have two episodes of season 1 to watch, but I love it. Plus, and I don't know how this happened, but I think I'm in love with the idea of George/Rube.
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WW: +.4 (-45.4 total)

As [ profile] spikesleman is fond of saying - that could be due to practically anything. But I'm starting to get sick and tired of it ping-ponging like this.

Well, my Holy Week went well last week. The Maundy Thursday (or Tenebrae) service was really nice. Didn't do anything special on Good Friday. Saturday had choir practice for the cantata that we did on Easter - which went really well. Although, I almost dropped my music a number of times during the first service. And during the second, I kept looking at my friend, who's an SG-1 fan and couldn't help but giggling because one of the ladies in the choir had made this bread/pastry/baked good thing called Monkey Food, which, in turn made me think of Jack and Daniel and "spacemonkey". And during both services, my toes fell asleep - which is one of the weirdest. things. ever.

I *finally* finished [ profile] serafina20's Metropolis Confidential. It's a prequel to LLAR, but needs to be read after it. Go figure. Either way, it's *really* good and you should all go read it. *nods*

I can't believe I'm *finally* leaving for [ profile] connexions tomorrow. I've been waiting for so long for it, it feels kind of surreal now. Just have to pack a few more things and get through work tomorrow and I'll be all set. The biggest thing will be surviving work tomorrow. It's been *so* quiet with everyone on Spring Break.

And now, off to bed so I can be at least somewhat cognizant tomorrow.
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WW: +2.0 (-45.4)

WTF? That's all I have to say - WTF?

Today was just one of those days that was insanely busy, plus stressful - but stressful in a lot of little stressful things sort of way. So am very glad it's over. Here's hoping tomorrow's better.

But I now have a new love in my life. It's called "Blind Justice" and it's on ABC on Tuesdays at 10. (And, no, I'm not cheating on "Queer Eye".) It was even better than I had hoped for from seeing the previews and I've fallen completely in love. Possibly (gasp!) even more than "Lost" (but that remains to be seen, no pun intended). I can't wait for next week.

Am highly amused. My Uncle Byron and Aunt Monica gave us a subscription to "Time" for Christmas and the new issue came today and when I got home after Bible Study tonight, it was on the kitchen table next to my stuff and open to the article called "Queer Eye for Straight TV" and, from what I can tell since I haven't read it yet, it's about the gay influence in television this season. Looks like it'll be pretty cool. The only person that would've done that would be my dad, since I haven't seen my brother yet today and, besides, Chase doesn't know I watch "Queer Eye" or have a sneaking suspicion that I'm a lesbian (as far as I know at any rate, though I think my dad's over the second one).

And here's my quick Author Apprecation, since there's no way I'd remember to do it every day this week.

[ profile] serafina20 - You all *knew* this one was coming, didn't you? There's "Corner of the World", obviously. But the rest of her stuff is great too. I can't sing her praises highly enough.
[ profile] thebratqueen - I love "Protocol" and the "Epiphany" series. And I think she's a great writer. (As does, I think, everyone else in fandom.)
[ profile] mpoetess - Skelping. Enough said.
[ profile] wesleysgirl - I love her Wesley.
The whole T&B crew - I never would've thought that it could work, but it does and *damn* is it good.

And a special shout-out to [ profile] lunanne for being my enabler.

I'm rereading my first fic and switching between rolling my eyes and thinking "It's *hoorrible*!" (a la Ted) and laughing at it and being amazed at how much I've matured as a writer since 1996. I just might post it somewhere so you all can gawk and laugh at it along with me.
sam_gamgee: (puppetlove - georgiamae)
WW: -.8 (-45.4 since 7/26/04)
Curves: -3 (-33 since 12/19/03)

Yay! I finally broke 45 pounds. Hopefully, this means I'm back on track. And this also means that once I lose 26 more pounds, I'm going to Disneyworld! Well, not really, I'm going to Universal Theme Park, but same idea. :-P

My grammy had her surgery this morning (partial mammectomy - right breast, since they found cancer there) and my dad called around 10:30 to tell me that it went well and that her lymph nodes were clear which means that it hasn't spread. So we're all very happy and relieved about that. She's going to be spending the night and going home tomorrow.

And my grammy got her hair cut this past Saturday. Mind you, she hasn't gotten it cut in about 40 years aside from doing the occasional straightening herself. She got it cut from a good ways down her back to up around her ears. (Those of you who actually know me, think of when I got my hair cut a couple years ago and it's the same basic idea). It's very cute and naturally slightly curly, though, and looks good on her. It's funny because she said that the first thing she thought of when she saw it was that she looked like her older sister Mary. Then when my granddad saw it, he said it looked good, then commented about it looking like Mary. Then when my dad saw her later that day when he went over to clear their driveway, he also said it looked good and looked like Aunt Mary. And when I saw them that night when I went over for dinner, I didn't say anything aside from that it looked great until my grammy brought it up, but it was definitely the first thing I thought of. So we all had a good laugh about that.

And some things to pimp, since I haven't done that in a long time:

- "The Lifeboat Trilogy" by Claire Dobbin. It's an "X-Files" Skinner/Krycek fic. I have no idea when it's supposed to take place in the canon, just that it's after "Terma" (since Alex doesn't have his arm) and a friend just said that it's sometime after the end of the series, but considering the pairing, it's obviously an AU. Anyway, spoiler placement issues aside, it's a *very* good fic and if you either haven't watched the show or haven't watched it in a long time (like me, since I stopped for some reason after "Terma"), it's well-worth the read and it's not hard to understand.

- Corner of the World 48 I haven't actually gotten a chance to read it yet, but I know it's great none-the-less, and I feel that it - and [ profile] serafina20 - should be pimped as much as possible, IMO. Other parts can be found at the SSA.

- I found some books that I've fallen completely in love with. They are Finding Faith and Finding Peace by Andrew Barriger. I couldn't put them down and read them both in under a week. There's supposed to be a third one coming out soon with the same characters and I can't wait!
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First off - if anyone wants a free copy of The Princess Bride book, let me know. We were doing some returns today and we were going to throw them away because they were striplisted, and I couldn't bear to do it. They're in perfectly good condition, aside from the fact that the front cover is missing. I'm even willing to pay for postage. I have three copies, so if you want one, leave a comment.

And I have to pimp - go read [ profile] sabershadowkat's Smallville fic. It's amazing.

And [ profile] wesleysgirl started an LJ community that I'm helping out called [ profile] ficuplines. It's a co-writing community for people to find cowriters for either a WIP, or a completely new fic, or whatever. It's open to all fandoms and even for original work.

Went to a concert last night - which was lots of fun. It was Matthew West (who's great and adorable), Mark Schultz (who's great and adorable X2), and Avalon (who were also great).

After his first song, Mark started telling us about how his voice is weird if he doesn't warm up right before a show and started playing some Styx. And then he told us about how he decided to ride his bike to Borders (which isn't exactly close), got lost, ended up in Wilmington (which is a good 10-15 miles away), and then got directions back from some bikers, which took him on the scenic route. It's one of those things isn't funny, but it is - especially the way he told it. And I happened to be waiting outside before the show for my friend, and he rode past me. And I did one of those, "Wait...that looks like..." and it ended up that it was.

I think that's everything.
sam_gamgee: (puppetpower - georgiamae)
So, Piek Ric finally got updated the other day. Two new parts of CotW, a deleted scene, and a really kick-ass Ocean's 11 fic. Go check them out.

Just read a *really* good Sorority Boys/SV crossover called Lavender by Kat Reitz and tzigane. You don't need to know anything about Sorority Boys in order to understand the fic.

Also just read a really good "Firefly" fic - Dangerous Cargo by Nestra. It's Mal/Simon and very good. And the image of Jayne cuddling a Shih-tzu is priceless.

I get weighed tomorrow at WW. Here's hoping I'm still losing. :-D

Am going to see Hugh Jackman in The Boy From Oz on Wednesday with [ profile] nakedwesley. I'm so excited!


Apr. 29th, 2004 12:46 pm
sam_gamgee: (D/D OTP - soft_princess)
Part 44 of Corner of the World is up. And - wow. Just, wow. It's like good crack.

[ profile] serafina20, I love you. :-D


Mar. 30th, 2004 02:01 am
sam_gamgee: (D/D OTP - sofy)
There's a new part of "Corner of the World"!

And a new part of "Repossession".
sam_gamgee: (D/D OTP - sofy)
It's official. [ profile] serafina20's Corner of the World has melted my brain.

I was watching a rerun of SV's "Reaper" on Sunday and my dad ended up watching it with me and I was explaining who was who to him and Dominic happened to be in the episode. When Lex "returned" Dom to Lionel in the trunk of the car, I had to bite my tongue to keep from saying, "And Dominic's claustrophobic."

Then, when I was watching the new episode last night (don't worry, no spoilers) and the first establishing shot was of the medical center, my first thought was "Oh, look, they're going to pick up Damien."

And, lastly, I happened to see a silver Porshe with a black convertable roof while coming home from class yesterday and I honestly think that my brain melted and my only thought was "Mmm...Lex."


Feb. 1st, 2004 12:47 am
sam_gamgee: (D/D OTP)
For anyone who's interested who's heard me blabbering on about [ profile] serafina20's *amazing* story "Corner of the World", here's a set of links to what she has out at the moment

CotW Parts 1 - 35

CotW Part 36

CotW Part 37

CotW Part 38

CotW Part 39

CotW Part 40

CotW Part 41

CotW Entre'acte

CotW Part 42
sam_gamgee: (D/D OTP - soft_princess)
Got this icon from [ profile] soft_princess who made it for [ profile] serafina20 because of her awesome story "Corner of the World" (parts 36 through 42 are up on the SSA).

You are one of the few out there whose wings are truly ANGELIC. Selfless, powerful, and divine, you are one blessed with a certain cosmic grace. You are unequalled in peacefulness, love, and beauty. As a Being of Light your wings are massive and a soft white or silver. Countless feathers grace them and radiate the light within you for all the world to see. You are a defender, protector, and caretaker. Comforter of the weak and forgiver of the wrong, chances are you are taken advantage of once in awhile, maybe quite often. But your innocence and wisdom sees the good in everyone and so this mistreatment does not make you colder. Merciful to the extreme, you will try to help misguided souls find themselves and peace. However not all Angelics allow themselves to be gotten the better of - the Seraphim for example will be driven to fighting for the sake of Justice and protection of those less powerful. Congratulations - and don't ever change - the world needs more people like you.

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Went to see some of the Punkin Chunkin yesterday. It was quite interesting and a lot of fun. Especially to see what lengths people will go to throw vegetables around.

Part 87 of Repossession is now up. And it's...interesting.

Still working my way through Corner of the World, but it's *SOOO* worth it. There's gonna be some heavy withdrawl when I finally get caught up and then have to wait for the next part. But it'll be a while before that happens.
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Day off again. Yay.

Caught up on some reading, worked on the mpreg a bit, and watched some tv. All in all, a good day.

Two more stories to pimp - Promise and its sequel, Not Yet. Both are Clex stories by Ruby and both are very good.

I'm going home in just under three weeks and if things work out the way I want, I'm going to be picked up here about midmorning by my dad, taken home and drop my stuff, and then my mom and I are going down to Ocean City, MD for a few days. Beach here I come! Now I just have to tell my dad of this plan - which probably won't happen until he and my brother get home from visiting some of our family out in Washington State, but still. We'll see what happens.
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Had most of today off as well. Did have to go in for about an hour to strike our stuff since Glass Menagerie closed today, but that obviously didn't take long.

Also ended up taking a nap today since I went to be really late last night.

Definitely enjoying writing this mpreg. But one thing that concerns me so far, is that I was checking some stuff out on (great site, definitely check it out) and came across this as part of the stuff for the 10th week of pregnancy: "You might be reassured to know that most physical malformations, when they occur, have occurred by the end of this week, so the most critical part of your baby's development is safely behind you." I don't know about anyone else, but that's a little disconcerting. Physical malformations *when* they occur? I didn't know they were that common. Maybe I should email them and point out that "if" is probably a better word.

And I was watching "The Cosby Show" tonight on Nick-at-Nite and saw the episode entitled "The Day the Spores Landed" and it's basically about how Cliff and the three men in his daughters' lives get pregnant. It was really funny.

Still want to pimp Henry Jones, Jr's work. It's some pretty dang good Clex.

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