propinquitine: John, looking up while in a cell, from the lovely blue-lit episode Aurora. (Default)
I hope everyone's having a wonderful end-of-the-year season and getting however much rest and rejuvenation you need. Between some extended-familial estrangement and my parents making their final break from the whole religion thing (two entirely unrelated events!), we had a quiet, relaxing, secular Christmas chez moi yesterday -- my favorite kind!

Now I'm headed of to Ireland until January 4th (and just realizing that I really should've mentioned this beforehand, and gleaned some travel tips from you all, drat!). I'll probably be able to check email intermittently, since at least one of our hotels has free wifi, hurrah, but won't be around much otherwise. But then: actual & regular reading/responding/posting, for real this time!

Oh, and since I won't be back until after the [livejournal.com profile] sga_santa reveals are up (and will be thus slightly delayed in responding to the lovely feedback!), if you want to guess which one I wrote, comment here and I will write you a little something if you're right (and, er, if you want me to). I can't wait to find out who wrote the sweet team-y John/Rodney story Growing Pains for me!

Finally: anyone who's feeling a little post-holiday (pre-New Years?) blues should go check out [livejournal.com profile] chkc's absolutely darling holiday chibis. There's even a Leverage chibi!team! Guaranteed to put a smile on your face, (unless you hate joy, I guess).
propinquitine: (John and Rodney: Home)
In honor of the first full day of legally equivalent gay marriage in California (and my two newly-married friends!), I'd like to recommend/remind you of [profile] taffetablue's A Supermarket in California. If there were ever two men who need to get married ASAP, it's John and Rodney, and [profile] taffetablue's John and Rodney are particularly dear.

Anyone else have any marriage-fic recs?

Also, from an LA Times' photo essay on one couple's impending nuptials, this quote:

Paul Waters and his partner Kevin Voecks look through a wedding cake photo album at Vienna Bakery in Thousand Oaks. The couple settled on a cake that resembled a tuxedo. They will also have a second cake made entirely of cheese.

YES. CAKE OF CHEESE. YOU WIN, GENTLEMEN.

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