March 9th, 2009

Random Fandom

What I Wrote In February

I was going to do this last week, and then immediately forgot. That explains why this tends to come so late in the month!

Check out the "Random Fandom" section below-- that one was very busy last month. :0

Supernatural Gen:
The Answer Man Needs A Vacation (Dean vs. Castiel Humor, PG) - Funny how it's the mundane things that can really get you down…
Out Of The Frying Pan (Dean and Sam vs. Castiel Crack, PG) - Castiel makes the mistake of asking the Winchesters for cooking lessons.
The Soldier's Other Son (PG-13, Drama) - Five times Sam disagreed with John, and one time he finally didn't.
Lunchtime Larceny (Drabble, PG, Humor for dotfic's birthday) - Flexibility, creativity, and a credit card. That's all you need.
Insubstantial (Drabble, Drama, PG, S4) - Dean is still a specter in the life he once called his own.

Supernatural Slash:
The Softest Truth (Sam/Dean Drabble, PG-13, S4, for sadelyrate) - In the darkness, Dean is different...
Soft As A Wish (Sam/Dean Drabble, PG-13, "IMToD") - Sam looks for answers in his brother's face.

Prison Break:
Hope Aloft On The Wind (Lincoln & Michael, Gen or Slash, PG, for clair_de_lune) - After leaving prison, Lincoln searches for a sense of who he still is.

Other:
Pushing Daisies: New Seasons To Call Home Again (Chuck-centered Gen for mercurybard's birthday) - Life changes, not always for the better, but there are comforts still to be found.
Die Hard 4: Subtextual Valentines (John/Matt Valentine's Day Slash, R) - John might be so subtle that even he doesn't realize what he's saying.
The True Meaning Of Smekday: Even Fugitives Have To Stop To Catch Their Breath (PG) - A interlude in the journey of Gratuity ("Tip") Tucci, J Lo the alien, and Pig the cat.


Venus

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Lots of interesting discussions with my f-list over Watchmen today, not to mention getting a better idea of what true graphic novels are all about. I've got some things to add to my reading list now. :)

Went for a bike ride today-- brrrrr. About 54 with cold wind, and I spent the first half of the ride wiping tears out from under my right eye (always that one, for some reason). Lots of people dressed like me, in tights and long sleeves and/or jackets, but one serious cyclist had on a tank t-shirt and shorts. WHAT. The windchill alone was miserable!

Lots of turkeys out, and I saw the wattle on one of them up close. Yick-- about 4 inches long, looking like an elongated testical, and seriously, what are wattles for? It's not like they're external gallbladders or something necessary. There was also a lone goose in the river randomly honking at god-knows-what. Further proof that geese cannot, for the life of them, shut up.

Tonight's 24: I cried along with Jack. *sniffle* Tonight's Castle? Nathan Fillion might finally get a chance with this show, which was funny and sassy, and that man is SO damned handsome that I need him to make weekly appearances on my TV-- in shows I can tolerate.

I've got tonight's Chuck on DVD, though it'll have to wait. Looking forward to it!