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( May. 24th, 2013 05:50 pm)
Title: Five by Five
Fandom: BtVS
Characters: Buffy, Faith
Rating: PG
Notes: Written for the Sunnydale High School 10th Anniversary Comment!Ficathon.

Summary: Another apocalypse down, Buffy and Faith decide to duck out of the clean up and share a well earned bottle of tequila.

Beside her Faith was also pulling herself up, brushing off the dust and debris of what used to be the town square fountain.  )
So, it's been years since I've written any Buffy fic, but this story has actually been sitting on my hard drive unfinished for a long time now, and since I've been rewatching Buffy again I finally got off my butt and finished it.

It's the third story from my Hot Chocolate series, and I have two more planned before the whole series is finished.

Title: Interlude I : Cocoa
Fandom: BtVS
Characters/Pairings: Willow, Buffy, mentions of Buffy/Pike and Buffy/Spike
Rating: PG
Wordcount: 2000+
Warnings: Post-Series, mentions of character death
Notes: This story mentions parts of the movie as well, but ignores season 8 comics and any other Buffy books. This is the third part of my Hot Chocolate series. Previous stories are Hot Chocolate and Bittersweet.

Buffy shook her head. “I’ve decided to break the pattern of dating guys with leather jackets. No good ever came of that.” Willow thought for a moment. “I don’t think two makes a pattern.” Buffy looked down at the mug in her hands, tapping her fingers lightly against the side. “Three,” she said quietly. )
Just saw the new Star Trek movie, and I got to say, not impressed.

Read more... )
While I hope that LJ will listen to the uproar from it's members on the news post (65 pages and 3500+ comments so far, almost all negative feedback on this) and make it so we can at least opt out of this, I would request that no one crosspost any comments they make on my journal. I realize that most of my journal is open for the world to see, but that is only because my Livejournal identity is completely separate from my real life one, and because I didn't want people to have to request I friend them in order for them to read my stories.

That might have to change. If LJ doesn't fix this fantastic fuck up of theirs, I am, at the very least, going to have to lock the entire journal so that if someone does link back to posts on either of the social networking sites, anybody who clicks won't be able to see the actual post.

But then, I am also considering deleting this journal completely and paying more attention to my Dreamwidth one. I cannot afford to have the possibility of certain people in real life figuring out about and reading anything from my livejournal.

I really hope LJ fixes this mess, because I love it here, and don't want to leave, but I may have to if they don't come up with a solution.
So me and my friend Kate were going to go out to a bar and dance tonight, but while we were killing time at my apartment before the DJ started playing (we didn't want to get there before. Boring.) we decided to watch the Payley Festival Buffy Reunion panel, and now we've decided to just stay home and watch Buffy episodes.

We'll probably have more fun this way, (We've got drinks here!!) but most people will probably think we're just losers.

I thought you guys would understand though. :D
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( Jul. 26th, 2010 12:42 am)
To whoever anonymously sent me the virtual "gluten free" desert waffle:

You're awesome. I adore you. &hearts &hearts

It seriously made me grin when I saw that, so thank you. :)
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( Jul. 24th, 2010 11:29 pm)
Guys, I'm so excited. I've been rewatching season five of Boston Legal, and I just started an episode where I don't remember a single thing that happened. Since season five was the only season I watched live, I really think I'm watching an episode I've never seen before.


This makes me happy. A new episode of Boston Legal for me!

*flails again*

...I really need a Boston Legal icon. Hm.

In other news, I finally found an apartment. The other one I wanted (the one with the loft) got taken two hours before I called to say I wanted it, so I had to keep looking. The one I found is tiny--but kept up and much MUCH cleaner than all the other crap holes I was looking at. And it's a fixed rate with no utilities so that should be good. I payed the first month's rent and a deposit today, and I start cleaning and moving stuff in on Monday. (my birthday, by the way. 22 years old!) Finally getting my own apartment. No roommates!

I also found a small health food store about five minutes from where I'll live that has a whole bunch of gluten free products. Which is fantastic because otherwise I'd have to go to Whole Foods for certain things and that's like, two hours away. Now I just need a job. I put in about ten applications around the area a few days ago, so lets hope one of them calls me. *crosses fingers*

Oh, and I am slowly but surely making my way through and replying to all the comments on my big bang. Real life has been keeping me busy here lately, so I haven't been on the net as much as I'd like, and when I am I'm usually too tired to do anything but go to hulu and watch a few episodes of something before falling asleep.

(Which reminds me--WHITE COLLAR IS BACK!! I totally did not realize this, and ended up watching both episodes the other day. Gah. I love that show so much. &hearts &hearts)

Now back to that Boston Legal episode. *is excited*
Title: From the Dust of Earth Returning
Song: Mass from Jekyll and Hyde, the Gothic Musical Thriller
Warnings: Spoilers for season five finale.

Summary: Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord.

From the Dust of Earth Returning from Aisalynn on Vimeo.

Or download Here
Title: Disaster (This is a Good One.)
Fandom: J2 RPS
Characters/Pairings: Jared/Jensen (main), past Jared/Misha, Chad Michael Murray, Christian Kane, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and the Padalecki family.
Rating: NC-17
Word Count: 50k+


Jared, a college drop-out, unlucky in love and a self-professed "loser" finds himself at the end of his rope. His boyfriend, Misha, has ditched him at the last moment, right before the family Christmas dinner Jared'd planned to bring him to, and thanks to an untimely phone call from his mother, Jared's family thinks Misha is still coming.

A series of uncomfortable moments later--including awkward phone calls to his exes, a terrible trip to the mall with is best friend where they were escorted out by security, and a run in with a schizophrenic who thought Jared was trying to take him into a secret government lab--and Jared has Jensen--an angry, former lawyer who's dedicated his life to charity work--handcuffed in his car, blackmailed and forced into pretending to be Jared's boyfriend. As the holiday stretches on and the charade he's involved in becomes less and less a lie, Jared is only sure of one thing: he should stop listening to Chad.

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6 | Part 7

Art | Notes and Thanks

My awesome beta just surprised me with PDF and .doc files of the story! Here are the download links:

PDF File | .DOC File
Had the endoscopy today. Was a little nervous about it, but the good thing is that my appointment was at 10:30 in the morning and they were a half hour behind, so I got to watch an episode of Supernatural on TNT while I waited, which made things a little better. :) (Although my mother was watching with me and she said she thought neither Jared nor Jensen were cute at all. *horrified gasp*)

Well, the doc said just looking at things that it doesn't seem like I have Celiac's or any kind of bacterial infection, but that they took biopsies anyway, and that we'll get the results of those later.

Man, they gave me so much drugs. I was knocked out. Apparently, they give more sedative to young people because we're supposed to have a high metabolism, but what they forgot to take into account was the fact that I have hypothyroidism and that I have a lower metabolism because of it. (Not to mention that if I'm sleeping so much my metabolism is going to be slow anyway.) So, instead of waking up and being slightly sleepy when I got home, I could barely walk out of the car (my dad had to help me) and I was in a drugged sleep all day. Apparently my mother woke me up several times to give me my thyroid medication then my vitamin D supplement, but I don't remember either.

The doctor came and talked to us for about ten minutes after the procedure, but I don't really remember much of it. My mom recorded the conversation on her iPhone though, and well, it was really weird listening to it. I talked to the doctor for a good while, but I don't remember saying all these things. I think I wavering in and out with the drugs, because sometime I sounded perfectly awake, and was asking perfectly logical questions and responding properly to what the doctor said, and at other I just kept going on about how much I love cheese and how I didn't want to give it up, and how I knew I had a milk allergy for years and in high school I would pay the extra five cents everyday to get the watery orange drink rather than a milk pint.

Yeah. Totally drugged, haha.

Anyway, I did talk to him about giving up both gluten and milk, and he said that it was something doctor's do to figure out if it'll make me feel better, but that he doesn't think my milk allergy would have anything to do with my fatigue, and that it makes sense to only give up one at a time, to see which one helps (if any) than to give up both at the same time and not know which effected me.

So that's what I'm going to do.

Goodbye gluten. *waves sadly*

Tomorrow mom and I are going over Whole Foods to check out what they have, because Lord knows my house right now is a gluten fest.

So gluten-free here I come. And I think that deserves the brave Scarlett icon, though it's funny that it's taken from the scene where she swears never to be hungry again and I'm deciding to give up a large portion of my diet.

Once again I am in an empty room at the church my sister works at, writing a gay love story while waiting for her to be done. Or, well, frantically editing a gay love story, since I just realized that I have just eight days until my Big Bang posting date and I'm not with this beast of a story. Which reminds me, I already have a beta but anyone on my flist willing to give this a read through and tell me what they think? You don't have to some serious beta-ing (unless, of course you want to) I'm just looking for general reactions and thoughts. You know, whether the progression and characterizations seem natural. I realize that this is a horrible thing to ask with just little over a week before my posting date, but I kinda got distracted with all this health crap and got behind. (It's kinda hard to write and edit when you are sleeping most of the time.)

Speaking of the Health Crap, I got the test results back on the celiac's panel and they were negative. However, they still want me to go through with the upper endoscopy tomorrow because they want to look for a some kind of bacterial infection in my intestines. Also, the food allergy IGE came back and, just like I thought, I'm allergic to milk.

Hah. Take that, Mother. I told you years ago when you were forcing me to drink milk with every meal that I got sick and thought I was lactose intolerant or something, and you always just scoffed at me. Well look. I am. And if you had stopped giving it to me as a child I might have grown out of it.

My triumph on that account is almost completely dwarfed, however, by my absolute horror at the fact that my doctor thinks that I might still be gluten sensitive and that even though my allergy to milk is mild, and I don't have any sort of reaction to say, cheese, I should give up both gluten and dairy for good.

Gluten and dairy.


I literally, literally cried when my mother told me this.

Now, I've been told I'll get over this, that this could be good for me because I'll expand my food horizons and be healthier and probably learn to cook since if I want to eat anything than just slabs of meat and salad I'll have to cook my own meals, and that after a while I won't miss these foods at all, but still I can't help but be upset, because, well, cheese.

I love it. My one consolation when I heard I might have to live gluten free, was that at least I could still have nachos. (You have no idea how much I love nachos.)

Well, since this might be my last night of gluten and dairy, my little sister and I are going out to eat. I'm getting a blooming onion, since I love it so much and will definitely miss it. I tried to force my friend Jasmine to go with me, but she said she just got off work and was too tired and wanted to take a nap. *Makes face at her* Bah. I've been exhausted for a year now. If I stay awake for more than five hours straight I get so tired I feel like crying, and still I drag myself out of bed to see her when she complains that it seems like I fell off the face of the earth, she sees me so little. *sticks tongue out at her*

Not that I'm really mad at her. Just at the world in general, my doctor who can't give me anything definite but still wants me to drastically change my diet for the rest of my life, and my bad luck. :(

Now I'm going to go back to editing my J2 love story to make myself feel better.


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