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08 January 2006 @ 05:09 pm
and, oh man--  
Go look at this amazing illustration that spaggel made for this wacktastic Ballet!Rodney post of mine. HE HAS LEGWARMERS. I heart it and hug it and hug her. *HUG*

And on the same post--it is an embarrassment of riches--kormantic wrote the must heartbreakingly adorable Rodney and Ronon snippet ever: "Ronon held out one hand, and in the middle of his mud-caked paw was an absurdly tiny little animal. Rodney leaned in closer and saw that it was some kind of mammal-- it was furry anyway, with a pink nose and the pissy little clench-eyed face and drunken shudder that Rodney associated with newborns of every stripe." Sweet Jesus. I don't know how I could love that more. I don't know how I could love *her* more. *squeehug*

ETA: AND this stunning photo manip of Ballet!Rodney by tardis80 which may cause blindness and/or joy, depending on how impressionable you are. *g* *love*

this is me cheering myself up
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(Anonymous) on January 9th, 2006 01:34 am (UTC)
Rodney hadn't realized how much he needed for someone to treat him like he wasn't breakable until Ronon's hands were on him.

The man was more like a tree than a human being; he was tall and broad with hair like Sideshow Bob's. Normal people didn't have hair like that. Of course, normal people didn't push Rodney up against the wall and kiss him, either, so maybe he should be concentrating less on which animated characters Ronon resembled and more on the way Ronon's hand was shoved down the front of his slacks and skillfully stroking him.

Ronon's mouth was strong, just like the rest of him, and his hands were big and rough and careless, and Rodney was grateful for the much-needed reminder that he, himself, could take whatever anyone dished out.
Anna S.eliade on January 9th, 2006 04:15 am (UTC)
Rodney hadn't realized how much he needed for someone to treat him like he wasn't breakable until Ronon's hands were on him.

Ohhh...this is wonderful. I keep buzzing around this thought like a bee around a flower, and its follow-up:

Ronon's mouth was strong, just like the rest of him, and his hands were big and rough and careless, and Rodney was grateful for the much-needed reminder that he, himself, could take whatever anyone dished out.

I have this thing--it's usually pretty obvious--where I like to see my characters crumpled and hurt and broken (at least in my own mental stories) but this makes me think about the opposite end of the spectrum, and how much I'd like to see a story where Rodney is far tougher than anyone realizes, including himself. Hmmm....
inappropriately bibliophilic: rickman is our kingraucousraven on January 9th, 2006 02:08 am (UTC)
It's not quite SGA related, but I do have a music-post up at my journal. If you're still looking for new tunes, feel free to drop by. Heaven knows you deserve them all; your work is some of the finest writing it's been my pleasure to see in fandom, ever. 'm not just saying that, either. *runs off, embarassed-like*
Anna S.eliade on January 9th, 2006 04:12 am (UTC)
Thank you! :D I went and grabbed a bunch of stuff, and put it into my work playlist for tomorrow. I'm all revved up to hear all this new music people have given me. Your descriptions in your recs were really great too--I kept thinking, "Hmm, I'll just grab one, maybe two--oh, that sounds interesting, I should try that, and why not that one..." *g*

your work is some of the finest writing it's been my pleasure to see in fandom, ever.

You are sweet as honeysuckle. :) *kiss*
tabaquitabaqui on January 9th, 2006 07:14 am (UTC)
Wheeeeeeeee!!
OMG i *heart* them all!!
I love the look of dumbstruck awe and twue wuv on the face of - Sheppard? in the first illustration.
Heeeee!!