brumeier: (Happy Cho)
I hope everyone who was/is celebrating this month is having or has had a wonderful time of it!

My Christmas celebrations, spread out over four days, went very well. I got to spend time with just about everyone in my family, which was nice, and there was no shortage of food. A personal highlight for me was going to my mother-in-law's for lunch. She dragged my son off and when he came back he looked like this:

Pic under cut )

He'd never have done that for me, but his grandmother can get him to do anything. LOL! Most of the other pics I have of my boy from the holiday festivities feature his usual stone-faced expression, which he gets from his father. Because why would he want anyone to know he's having a good time? Kids.

Went to see Star Wars: Rogue One last night. It was awesome. And heart-breaking. It was similar to my experience going to see Titanic all those years ago. "Maybe they won't hit the iceberg this time!" ::shakes head:: Ah, well. One of the things that made me the most excited? Lady X-Wing pilots! Woo! And then of course I got the news about Carrie Fisher. Can we please not lose anyone else now? Please?

Okay, on to happier things. Like wishing a belated Happy Birthday to [livejournal.com profile] annieb1955! I hope you had a great birthday!

Also, I have fic! Not a lot of fic, because the muse has been flighty and RL has been crazy. But I did manage to get two of my three holiday fics finished and posted. Still working on the third. Ideally I'd get that done before the New Year, but probably not. So here's the latest:

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brumeier: (Stefon)
So, I never posted links to my last four fics. I blame this on holidays and exhaustion and general slacker-ness. If you're interested, here are the latest fics I've posted:

Title: Christmas Angel
Fandom: SGA
Pairing: John/Rodney
Rating: Teen and Up
Warnings: Fluffy Christmas Schmoop

Summary: A gift from Rodney's past has unexpected repercussions on his future.




Title: Danny Makes A Move
Fandom: H50
Pairing: Danny/Steve
Rating: Teen and Up
Warnings: Fluffy New Year's Schmoop

Summary: Danny gets tired of waiting for Steve to make the first move.




Title: Two Guys Walk Into A Bank
Fandom: SGA AU
Pairing: John/Rodney
Rating: Teen and Up
Written For: [livejournal.com profile] sga_santa and to fill the Caught in a Robbery square for [livejournal.com profile] hc_bingo

Summary: Rodney had no idea that a simple trip to the bank would take such an unexpected turn.




Title: Between Floors
Fandom: H50
Pairing: Steve & Danny, Gen
Rating: Teen and Up
Warnings: Claustrophobia, supernatural elements
Written For: [livejournal.com profile] picfor1000, inspired by this photo

Summary: A routine investigation goes somewhere completely unexpected.
brumeier: (Grumpy Cat)
FandomXmas

(I was going to make a new one for this year but I wasn't thusly inspired. Maybe next year!)
brumeier: (WTF - Sentinel)
Another fluffy, sugar-coated Christmas fic finished! LOL! What can I say? The holidays make me extra sappy. This is a companion fic to I Believe, which I wrote last year, but since it's an origin story it stands alone. Enjoy!

Title: A Baby Just Like You
Fandom: The Sentinel
Pairing: Jim/Blair
Warnings: Mushy baby fic!

Summary: A foot chase on Christmas Eve leads to a startling discovery that changes Jim's and Blair's lives...for the better!
brumeier: (H50 Lurve)
It's December, so of course I'm all about writing some Christmas fics. This is the first one I finished - I'm writing (or attempting, anyway) one holiday fic for each of my three fandoms. Wish me luck!

Title: Christmases Yet To Come
Fandom: Hawaii Five-0
Pairing: McDanno
Warnings: Drunk Danny, ghostly visitations, fluffy fluffiness

Summary: Danny's not having a very good Christmas Eve: his daughter is spending the day with Rachel and Stan and Stan's parents, he's living in a crappy motel room, and his daughter is going to be moving to Hawaii. Danny isn't sure what to do, until some ghostly visitations help set him on the right path.
brumeier: (WTF - Sentinel)

I've let a lot go, as far as my Christmas holiday is concerned. The big, noisy, crazy holidays of my youth are just that...in the past. Last year I gave up the big tree we normally get for a table-top version better suited to the new, smaller apartment. This year I will likely not be doing cookie baking and Christmas shopping with my friend Chippie. Let's face it, I'll be lucky to even get Christmas cards out.



Is it too much to expect that the people I share a home with will at least feign excitement about the coming holiday? My ten-year-old son has no interest in Christmas movies or Christmas songs. And he’s being very smug about his Christmas list – he just expects he’ll get what he asked for. I also have it on good authority that this is probably the last Santa year for him. I get the feeling he’s humoring me every time the Man in Red comes up.



So here I am, waiting until the nights my hubby is at work and my boy is in bed to watch Christmas movies or listen to festive holiday music. All alone. Is there anything sadder than that? It’s not doing much for my holiday spirit, I can tell you that much.



Sad Susie photo imagesQGFRX4IU.jpg



If anyone wants to watch White Christmas or Christmas Vacation or any variation of the Christmas Carol, you know where to find me. I’ll be the one crying into my eggnog while singing along with the misfit toys.


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