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27 January 2009 @ 05:54 pm
Oh noes! I'm late!  
The happiest of birthdays to the hilarious rosie_spleen, and fervent hopes that you haven't left on your trip yet!

I hope you have a wonderful year ahead of you, and that your trip away is fabulous.

And since I remembered that you've put a toe in the SPN waters, I can offer you a drabble for that or Prison Break, whichever you'd like! Just say the word.

*throws confetti and hijacks a piece of cake*
 
 
 
Rosie: SPN - Samrosie_spleen on January 28th, 2009 09:37 am (UTC)
Good evening ma'am. This is very kindly of you and our trip away was fabulous. We did fly home in a plane with propellers though, but that's a whole different story.

It stayed in the air, which is all that matters ; )

Thanks for the offer of a story! If you feel like it, I would love to read a Sam-Dean car dialogue type of drabble one day - BUT only when you can, and only when it fits in with your other writing. Please, please don't stress about it - but you are kind and thoughtful, as always

x
The Coalition For Disturbing Metaphors: Birthdayhalfshellvenus on January 28th, 2009 05:31 pm (UTC)
We did fly home in a plane with propellers though, but that's a whole different story.
I've been on those "puddle-jumpers," and it's really unnerving. Especially if you run into turbulence. I'm glad you all landed safely!

Was it a good birthday? Were you duly spoiled by one and all, as you so richly deserve? :)
Rosie: SPN - Dean kneelingrosie_spleen on January 29th, 2009 11:18 am (UTC)
and it's really unnerving. Especially if you run into turbulence. I'm glad you all landed safely!

My god, they move around a lot more than the 747s don't they? LOL. I felt like I was Buggles on a Post WW2 Recon. mission.

It was a great birthday. Yep, I was spoiled, although whether I deserve it or not is another story ; )

I hope you and the family are well. We are sweltering in temps around 115 F and the drought is so severe at the moment. I suspect you are pretty cold? Take care lady, and thanks for the greetings.

The Coalition For Disturbing Metaphorshalfshellvenus on January 29th, 2009 09:30 pm (UTC)
Wow-- I'd heard @104 F or so, but that's from someone in Sidney, and that was a few days ago.

Sacramento gets that hot at times, and I absolutely hate it. You get cabin fever in the summer time when that happens!

Our cold has lifted a little-- daytime highs are between 53-65 right now (though the nights are in the upper 30s, and the cold sticks around for a lot of the day). I hate the cold almost as much as I hate the heat, but not quite. ;)

Your drabble is ready, and I hope it's the sort of thing you were looking for. I might have taken your suggestion to the extreme, but at least you won't feel dialogue deprived. Many happy returns for a very special you! \o/
Rosie: office Michael tanksrosie_spleen on January 30th, 2009 02:23 am (UTC)
It was funny dialogue and very imaginable.

I didn't know you had such severe heat. You sound like me - a person who dislikes the extremes of weather? I LOVE our Spring and Autumn down here - this is way too hot.

*waves, from the dry land*
The Coalition For Disturbing Metaphorshalfshellvenus on January 30th, 2009 04:21 am (UTC)
I didn't know you had such severe heat. You sound like me - a person who dislikes the extremes of weather?
Sacramento is a furnace in the summer. Every now and then we get a 7 to 10-day streak of 105+ weather. One year, 110+ for 10 days in July. I hate the heat.

Eugene and Portland (farther north in Oregon) are only slightly colder in the winter, but nowhere near as hot in the summer.