Challenge 590

Aug. 17th, 2017 09:21 pm
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[personal profile] alisanne posting in [community profile] snarry100
Welcome back to Snarry Thursday!
Our new prompt this week is:

Challenge 590: Reward
Have fun! ;)

And remember, we encourage cross-posting across all our journals, DW, IJ, and LJ, so feel free to post your responses to any or all of them.

Harry Potter, Wardsmith. Part 29.

Aug. 17th, 2017 07:13 pm
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[personal profile] twisted_miracle posting in [community profile] dracoharry100
Title: Harry Potter, Wardsmith. Part 29.
Author: twisted_miracle
Team: Death Eaters
Word count: 100x3
Characters/pairings: Harry/Draco
Challenge: direct
Rating: PG-13
Disclaimer: They aren't mine, they belong to the clever Scottish lady. I just bend them and love them. Please don't smack me for playing. It isn't like I am going to earn any money from thisRead more... )

The Summons

Aug. 17th, 2017 05:13 pm
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[personal profile] alisanne posting in [community profile] snarry100
Title: The Summons
Author: [personal profile] alisanne
Pairing/Characters: Severus Snape/Harry Potter, Ginny Weasley/OFC.
Word Count: 100 x 6
Rating: PG
Challenge: Written for [community profile] snarry100's prompt# 589: Risk.
Summary: Like catches up.
Part Twenty-Three of the Wisdom Series (LJ/IJ/DW).
Beta(s): [personal profile] sevfan and [personal profile] emynn.
Disclaimer: The characters contained herein are not mine. No money is being made from this fiction, which is presented for entertainment purposes only.

Read The Summons on LJ/IJ/DW.

Drabble: The Summons

Aug. 17th, 2017 05:07 pm
alisanne: (Snarry Tender)
[personal profile] alisanne
Title: The Summons
Author: [personal profile] alisanne
Pairing/Characters: Severus Snape/Harry Potter, Ginny Weasley/OFC.
Word Count: 100 x 6
Rating: PG
Challenge: Written for [community profile] snarry100/[insanejournal.com profile] snarry100/[livejournal.com profile] snarry100's prompt# 589: Risk.
Summary: Like catches up.
Part Twenty-Three of the Wisdom Series (LJ/IJ/DW).
Beta(s): [personal profile] sevfan and [personal profile] emynn.
Disclaimer: The characters contained herein are not mine. No money is being made from this fiction, which is presented for entertainment purposes only.

The Summons )

Claiming is OPEN at HP Next Gen Fest!

Aug. 17th, 2017 01:46 pm
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[personal profile] gracerene
Lovely flisters! Did you that claiming is open over at [livejournal.com profile] hp_nextgen_fest? I love this fest SO MUCH as there were a ton of fabulous prompts this year with oodles of variety. Slash, femslash, het, gen, threesomes+, cross-gen...We've got it all! If you're a fan of the Harry Potter Next Gen characters, you should definitely check out the prompts and see if anything appeals!


come join [livejournal.com profile] hp_nextgen_fest!

Art by [community profile] thiliart, Banner by [personal profile] capitu


CLAIMING POST
aunty_marion: Heaps of blue cats (Smokey Mountain Cats)
[personal profile] aunty_marion
Did YOU know there's a right and a wrong way to sit on a sofa? No, nor did I till I started this cat-sitting gig. Now, Caz's mogs are obviously either less or more classy, because they don't much care as long as you're providing a warm lap. Horizontal/lengthwise is probably top-notch for them - more room to stretch out on, and an easily-reachable face to purr in. Zanda & Janet's cats are much the same, though sometimes they barely wait for you to sit down - they're there, waiting imperiously. Also, once ensconced, you're not allowed to get up without due care and attention, and will be immediately cat-lapped again once you've sat back down.

Smokey, however, is having none of that. When Ruth sits on the sofa, Smokey will get on with her, walk across her, sit next to her (if not quite ON her). When I do it? I get this look of horror and disgust. "UR DOIN IT RONG!" it shrieks. I've tried using the footrest, not using the footrest, knitting, not knitting, reading, watching TV ... nope. I'm sure part of the problem is that I'm a different shape from Ruth, and not as tall, so I'm inclined to slide. But still - "UR DOIN IT RONG!"
No, I don't know either.

Today she has been also disgusted that I didn't have steak, I had smoked haddock risotto, and didn't offer her any, and Felix Tuna flavour cat food with dentibits is no fit substitute. Hard cheddar, Smokey, my lass. She'll get a few more bits of *whisper* Thrive if she comes and asks nicely.

In other Far East news, I arrived this morning, dumped my bags, got my breath back, set the laptop up (for some arcane reason it had forgotten this wifi - probably something to do with the software upgrade earlier this year...), had coffee & a snack, and then went out to Westfield. I returned, somewhat knackered from stairs and a bit infuriated that the signs direct you to Central Line - Eastbound, and not till you GET there do they say 'step-free access via the other corridor' by which time you'd have to turn round and walk twice as far as you already have. So I struggled slowly up the steps, and by the time I'd got down the ones at Leytonstone, my knees were killing me. Also now my right ankle is sulking. However, I got what I went for - another backpack from Claire's, this time in plain beige fabric, a slightly different construction; it's got a stiffened top opening with free ends to the zip, and the front pocket is a full U-shaped opening rather than just a rounded-corner straight-across; also, no detachable pocket inside, just a padded internal pocket. £15, reduced from £35, which is OK. I've transferred everything over, and as far as I can tell, all the pockets are a bit larger, which is good - means I may be able to fit three knitting projects in instead of two! Also I got a bag of soft brown sugar, which is what I like on my morning cereal - I'd been meaning to bring a small jar of it from home, but forgot. That's OK, I'll open this carefully, seal it back into a ziplock bag to go home next week, and it can go off the shopping list for a while longer.

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Aug. 17th, 2017 01:31 pm
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[personal profile] dani_meows
I made it all the way upstairs and managed to make one whole icon, lol.

I'm still really tired and I don't know if it's the pill entirely or if I've got a slight cold/allergy thing.

I'll probably end up taking an afternoon nap, Ian's already promised not to wake me.

In the good news side of things I made an experimental dish in the crock pot last night and it tasted amazing. Tikka Masala.

My skin is still tingly with improved circulation and all that cilantro makes me want a big bowl of pho.

I also want to figure out how to prevent my pictures from becoming too small on dreamwidth so that I can type up a few recipes.
umadoshi: (nonfictional feeling (oraclegreen))
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(I tried to make this post more cohesive than it is. I really did! Pretend it worked?)

At last, I know what a childhood of X-Men reading prepared me for: coping with the severe cognitive dissonance when different components of/perspectives on a fictional world are staggeringly different from each other in tone.

Except that, where X-Men (and similar) comics have passed through countless creative teams over several decades (and are a big enough thing to have all kinds of quirky sideline projects), in this case, said staggeringly-different aspects are written by the same person.

I'm now mostly caught up on K.B. Spangler's work in the A Girl and Her Fed (AGAHF) universe, which consists of the ongoing A Girl and Her Fed webcomic and five novels (so far), one of which is Not Like The Others. Oh, and the first of a planned series of novellas cheerfully (and accurately) codenamed "Joshsmut".

I came at this world...out of order, I guess, in that I started with the novels. I'd heard of the AGAHF comic and had been meaning to read it, but I do better with novels...and I didn't really realize how intertwined the projects are. Here's an io9 review of Digital Divide, the first Rachel Peng novel. (Four of the five novels currently available focus on Rachel.)

(Note: I'd heard of A Girl and Her Fed off and on for at least a few years, and had it on my to-read list before I mentally connected it to the Rachel books, but I never really looked into what it is...even though I always tripped, and still trip, over the title because I always parse it wrong. My instinct is still to read the "fed" as a conjugation of "feed", not as "federal agent", which makes no sense at all. How am I STILL DOING THAT?)

So Rachel was my gateway. Rachel as we meet her is a smart, driven, ex-military federal employee who's working as the liaison between the D.C. police force and her own federal agency, OACET, which is made up entirely of a large group of cyborgs. More specifically, a large group of cyborgs created in a catastrophically flawed project that took some of the best and brightest young civil servants from across the federal government, put chips in their heads, and left them collectively traumatized and disturbingly overpowered.

Emphasis on the "collectively". The (functionally nonexistent) "So You're A Cyborg" manual didn't have a chapter for "Welcome to Your New Hivemind! (Please stop screaming! Everyone can hear you!)"

Rachel's books start several years after all that, and several months after she's joined the above-mentioned police force, for the express purpose of helping to ease the public into the idea that Cyborgs Are People Too!, and super-useful to boot! And guys, I love Rachel dearly, so she was a great gateway for me. I kept going with her books until I discovered that the sole (so far) Hope Blackwell novel is set before Rachel's fourth book, so I opted to both read that book and finally backtrack to read AGAHF...

And it turns out that my X-Men experience is only barely up to this whole experience. cut for length; there's about as much text under here as there is above )

Two things of note:

1) Spangler is in the process of redrawing the first chunk of AGAHF. I don't know when she started doing that, or how quickly it's progressing, but the result is that the first 90-100 strips or so have been redrawn (each one linking to its original version) and have had some dialogue tightened and some plot holes smoothed out, but then you run out of redrawn art and get dropped into the original art style for a while, and it's...well, it's pretty jarring. (Here is the current/redrawn first comic; here is the original version. So you see.)

2) I'm not great at picking up things that call for content notes/warnings, unless they're pretty obvious. But one thing that bothered me, and recurred often enough that I feel like I ought to mention it, is the frequent use of "psychopath" (plus some instances of "sociopath") as a descriptor. briefly expanding on that; not very spoilery )

The Professor, part 14

Aug. 17th, 2017 12:01 pm
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[personal profile] digthewriter posting in [community profile] neville100
Title: The Professor, Part 14
Author/Artist: [personal profile] digthewriter
Character(s): Neville, Theo, Charlie
Rating: PG-13
Warning(s): 8th year. EWE. Endgame Threesome.
Challenge(s): "affectionate" for [community profile] mixandmatch100 and "crups and kneazles" for [community profile] neville100
Word count: 100
Author's notes: Unbetaed. Continuation of the Professor series.

[DW | IJ | LJ]

Prompt 363: Perfect

Aug. 17th, 2017 11:50 am
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[personal profile] torino10154 posting in [community profile] neville100
Happy Neville Thursday, everyone! :D

For our last prompt:

[personal profile] dani_meows wrote Celebration (IJ) Neville/Harry
[personal profile] alisanne wrote Crups and Kneazles (LJ/IJ) Neville/Draco

Our new challenge, which will run until August 31th, is:

Prompt 363: Perfect

Enjoy!

As always, we encourage responses to any prompt at any time, so if an older challenge inspires you, please feel free to post for it!

We are on Dreamwidth as well as Insanejournal! Feel free to post your entries at either comm or both!

Announcing the H/D Owlpost Fest 2017!

Aug. 17th, 2017 08:44 am
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[personal profile] vaysh11 posting in [community profile] hd_owlpost

THE OWLS ARE BACK!!!!

Did not make it into [livejournal.com profile] hd_erised?

Looking for a low-key and fun Harry/Draco winter holiday fest?
Not a writer and not an artist but still would love to give and receive holiday gifts?
Can't wait to meet Errol, Romeo, Hedwig and Snapey again?

Join [livejournal.com profile] hd_owlpost for another year's H/D Winter Owlpost Exchange!


owlsbanner
Owls created by [livejournal.com profile] leochi .


Timeline:
Choose Your Owl+Post Your Wish List: August 18 through 31
Gift Assignments sent out: by September 3
Submission Date of Gifts to the Owlery: November 12
Owlpost Gift Delivery: December 1 until 31 or until we run out of gifts
Reveal of Gift Makers: January 10, 2018

Rules:
The Basics )

[livejournal.com profile] hd_owlpost Fest will be held on LiveJournal. Sign-ups will be on LiveJournal only, the fest will only post on Lj. After the fest we'll import all entries to the Dreamwidth site, which for now we only use as an archive.

Your excited owl postmasters -
[livejournal.com profile] kitty_fic and [livejournal.com profile] vaysh

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Aug. 16th, 2017 10:45 pm
dani_meows: (Default)
[personal profile] dani_meows
Have been dizzy and unable to climb stairs, side effect of meds. Have been cooking good food and sleeping a ton.

Teaching Teddy, 9

Aug. 16th, 2017 10:27 pm
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[personal profile] twisted_miracle posting in [community profile] dracoharry100
Title: Teaching Teddy, 9
Author: [personal profile] twisted_miracle
Team: death eaters
Word count: 100x5
Characters/pairings: Harry/Draco
Challenge: direct
Disclaimer: They aren't mine, they belong to the clever Scottish lady. I just bend them and love them. Please don't smack me for playing. It isn't like I am going to earn any money from this!
Summary: Harry and Malfoy try talking.

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Read more... )

Crups and Kneazles

Aug. 16th, 2017 05:20 pm
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[personal profile] alisanne posting in [community profile] neville100
Title: Crups and Kneazles
Author: [personal profile] alisanne
Pairing/Characters: Neville Longbottom/Draco Malfoy, Luna Lovegood.
Word Count: 100 x 9
Rating: R
Challenge: Written for [community profile] neville100's prompt# 362: Crups and Kneazles.
Warning(s)/Genre: Humor, romance.
Beta(s): [personal profile] sevfan and [personal profile] emynn.
Disclaimer: The characters contained herein are not mine. No money is being made from this fiction, which is presented for entertainment purposes only.

Read Crups and Kneazles on LJ/IJ/DW.

An Acceptable Risk.

Aug. 16th, 2017 05:02 pm
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[personal profile] pekeleke posting in [community profile] snarry100

Title: An Acceptable Risk.
Author: pekeleke
Pairing(s): Severus Snape/Harry Potter
Challenge: Written for snarry_100 ( IJ, LJ, DW ) prompt challenge 589: Risk.
Rating: G
Length: 100
Warnings: none.
Disclaimer: Don't own these characters. No money is being made out of this work.
Summary: The -sadly- already familiar reek of Pot-no-Harry’s inability to cook greets Severus as he steps out of the Floo.
 
 

ExpandAn Acceptable Risk. )

WIP Wednesday

Aug. 16th, 2017 12:22 pm
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[personal profile] firethesound
Writing's been just the littlest bit easier this week. Still not easy-easy, but there were a few points where it felt like the words were just sort of coming along on their own, and fuck have I missed that feeling.

New words this week : 1738 words which brings my August wordcount goal to 1853 / 50,000. Still lagging but I knew 50k would be a hell of a long shot for me anyhow so I'm not too fussed about it. It's like starting to run again after you've taken a long break from it, right? Gotta suffer through huffing and puffing your way around the block for a while before you're up to running a 5k again. I'm still getting my brain back in gear.

WIPs worked on this week : 1, no new WIPs (yay!)

HP
pwp take 2 : 1853 words which brings the total to 2899 words, and it's getting to be a bit longer than I thought it'd be (surprise). I still think I can get it wrapped up in about 4-5k total, so we'll see where that goes!

An Acceptable Risk.

Aug. 16th, 2017 04:21 pm
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[personal profile] pekeleke

Title: An Acceptable Risk.
Author: pekeleke
Pairing(s): Severus Snape/Harry Potter
Challenge: Written for snarry_100 ( IJ, LJ, DW ) prompt challenge 589: Risk.
Rating: G
Length: 100
Warnings: none.
Disclaimer: Don't own these characters. No money is being made out of this work.
Summary: The -sadly- already familiar reek of Pot-no-Harry’s inability to cook greets Severus as he steps out of the Floo.
 
 

An Acceptable Risk. )

Drabble: Crups and Kneazles

Aug. 16th, 2017 02:58 pm
alisanne: (Nev_eyes)
[personal profile] alisanne
Title: Crups and Kneazles
Author: [personal profile] alisanne
Pairing/Characters: Neville Longbottom/Draco Malfoy, Luna Lovegood.
Word Count: 100 x 9
Rating: R
Challenge: Written for [insanejournal.com profile] neville100/[community profile] neville100's prompt# 362: Crups and Kneazles.
Warning(s)/Genre: Humor, romance.
Beta(s): [personal profile] sevfan and [personal profile] emynn.
Disclaimer: The characters contained herein are not mine. No money is being made from this fiction, which is presented for entertainment purposes only.

Crups and Kneazles )

More animal pictures

Aug. 16th, 2017 03:45 pm
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Because the world is a terrible place and we all need some cuteness.


They're so stinking cute.


A selfie of my Selphie. ♥ ♥ ♥ (this was taken for #nationalselfieday and I wanted it to look like she was taking the pic herself lmao)
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[personal profile] capitu
Prompt Claiming is Open at [livejournal.com profile] hp_nextgen_fest!


Art by [personal profile] 8c, Banner by [personal profile] capitu



You guys! *rubs hands together* This is an awesome fest for all your Next Gen needs! Surely you also need more Next Gen in your life? :D Come and check the prompts and find something tempting!


And in a completely unrelated note: I NEED THIS T-SHIRT IN MY LIFE RIGHT NOW.

when your fandoms collide )

Surely I'm not the only one still watching GoT and in love with Stucky yeah? Who else is with me! \o/

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Aug. 16th, 2017 09:03 am
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Also dang, okay, I'll post a real update about life soon-ish but let me just say classes have been been SUPER CONSUMING and I am ALREADY EXHAUSTED however we're focusing on Toni Morrison in Multicultural American Lit and I'm really enjoy that class the most, aaaahhhh.

Name that pupper!

Aug. 16th, 2017 09:02 am
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[personal profile] nanslice
My sister got my mom a surprise standard poodle puppy. She goes to Mississippi to pick him up this weekend and Mom needs to decide on a name. So!

Raphael or Dominic?


(I am not super in favor of yet another animal in this house but oh well, it's too late now and he's pretty dang cute so)
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[personal profile] umadoshi
Over the course of the day [dreamwidth.org profile] scruloose and I managed to get our wires throughly crossed twice regarding the same thing. It stressed me out horribly, and then I felt bad about that, because he was only involved at all because he was giving me and a friend a hand with something. ;_; But AAAAAHHHH, so stressful.

But that notwithstanding, we got some erranding done and had dinner and saw Atomic Blonde with lawyer!friend, who we hadn't seen in...a month or two? (I can't even with time.) So the day wasn't a wash, just frazzling. ("Just". -_-)

(I didn't know until the opening credits that Atomic Blonde is adapted from Antony Johnston's graphic novel The Coldest City, which I'm wholly unfamiliar with, so I have no idea how faithful to it the movie is.)

Three Amazon-related things, weirdly (and very tangentially, in the third case):

--Question: if you have a trial Amazon Prime account and preorder something that won't come out until the trial ends, and you don't opt to keep Prime, do you then pay for shipping when the item is released and ships to you? Or is it still the free/quick Prime shipping because of when you ordered it?


--I don't know if I'm more confused by Amazon's insistence on sending a separate email for every order represented in a package when they bundle items from multiple orders together, or by the fact that the emails don't all come at once. Did I really need four email notifications about one package? And why did it take over ten minutes for them all to arrive, start to finish? (Don't try to answer the "why they don't all come at once" part; I'm sure there's a technical reason, but that doesn't/won't change my feeling that it's silly for them to not arrive all at once.)


--And finally, Sarah Rees Brennan's In Other Lands (the polished/expanded novel version of The Turn of the Story, which she serialized online and which I love fiercely) is out today! It's a BOOK! A book I'll be able to hold in my hands! With mermaids on the cover! It's been fleshed out/revised and edited, and we'll get the ending from Elliot's perspective! (The Turn of the Story is from Elliot's POV, but its original ending was actually written before TotS and is a story in the Monstrous Affections anthology, and is from Luke's POV.)

...and for whatever reason, at least on Amazon.ca and Chapters.ca, the hard copy of the book is still slated to release on August 25. >.< I have a preorder of it via Kas' Prime account, as does Ginny. But the ebook version is already available for both Kindle and Kobo, and the book is officially out today in general...so I think I'm going to cave and buy an ebook copy too, so I can read it.

Here's Sarah's release-day post! The book has received starred reviews from both Kirkus and Publishers’ Weekly, and Sarah says "Bullied due to his personality! Inability to keep his mouth shut! I love how the reviews so far have been like: the hero is a terrible pill, but we are willing to buy this pill and take him home."

And here is Small Beer Press' post about the book's release, which opens with "Five years ago Sarah Rees Brennan emailed Kelly her story, “Wings in the Morning,” for our anthology Monstrous Affections. It was long: 17,000+ words in that early draft — although Sarah told us the actual first draft had been 30,000 words".

So you see, I've both already read and not read this book. I already adore it; I also, unsurprisingly, have a corner of my heart saying "but...but this means the story I already love is changed...?" and worrying a bit. But mostly I'm thrilled about it finally being a BOOK I can HOLD. And did I mention the mermaids? (I did.) Elliot, for all his brattiness and lack of enchantment with the magical place in which he goes to school, is appropriately entranced by and appreciative of mermaids.

Serene! Luke! ELLIOT! My heart...!
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Borrowing this one from [personal profile] shaggydogstail, cross-posting from my tumblr.

5 things you’ll find in my bag: Mm, I try not to carry a bag. In my shorts pockets today: keys, phone, metro card, cash, ID

5 things you’ll find in my bedroom: books, books, books (the better half has decreed that the living room shall not look like a library, so the bedroom does); a clock-radio from the 1980s; several shirts that will probably never be hand-washed or scrubbed for stains; my one stuffed animal, a fluffy sheep the size of a volleyball; a mug with two dozen rainbow colored Sharpies

5 things I’ve always wanted to do: live above a grocery store or restaurant; live in a megacity; travel in North Africa, West Africa, or India; take gorgeous photos; write a novel

5 things that make me happy: sunshine, baked goods, air conditioning, eating out, baby animals

5 things I’m currently into: shorts and tee shirts, high-SPF sunblock, swimming, long periods of silence, not commuting

5 things on my to-do list: The real answer to this will bore you to tears. (They are all work tasks with rapidly approaching deadlines.) Instead: nephew-proof the apartment (they and their parents will be here for a few days); clean the shower (and pretend I do that regularly); purchase various yummy baked goods (under the pretense that they are for the nephews); check to see if I can bring the nephews to the pool; plan various retreat strategies for when it all gets to be too much

Anyone else interested?

Drabble: Practice Makes Perfect

Aug. 15th, 2017 06:15 pm
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[personal profile] alisanne
Title: Practice Makes Perfect
Author: [personal profile] alisanne
Pairing/Characters: Draco Malfoy/Harry Potter.
Word Count: 100 x 3
Rating: R
Challenge: Written for [livejournal.com profile] draco100/[community profile] draco100's prompt 24: Hiking.
Warning(s)/Genre: none.
Beta(s): [personal profile] sevfan and [personal profile] emynn.
Disclaimer: The characters contained herein are not mine. No money is being made from this fiction, which is presented for entertainment purposes only.

Practice Makes Perfect )

Promo

Aug. 15th, 2017 03:49 am
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[personal profile] dani_meows

Come find some friends/talk tv at [community profile] tv_talk!

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Aug. 15th, 2017 03:22 am
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[personal profile] dani_meows
I woke up wide awake at 2:30 this morning and I can't seem to go back to sleep.

At least it gives me time to figure out our lunch situation we didn't get to the store yesterday and we only have enough chili left over for one.

I think I have all the ingredients for Chicken and Fennel but I hate making Ian cut up veggies first thing in the morning but cutting them myself is a bad idea because then I get deep cuts on my hand and the knives are quite sharp.

I think we have pasta sauce... I'll figure something out.

Guess who's going on an adventure this coming weekend? We bought solar eclipse glasses expecting that even if Ian couldn't get two days off from work for us to drive North we could at least see the partial solar eclipse but he was able to get the days off.

So off we go to a hotel near the eclipse path so that we can see the full eclipse. It should be fun.

And we're going to a city I've always wanted to see.

So that's something to look forward too. ^_^

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