*shrieks with laughter*
XJ, HY and KT came over yesterday. Besides playing Scrabble, we watched Yamakasi, A.I., and Moulin Rouge. Due to obsession with Jedi Apprentice, had a disturbing tendency to laugh with rather inappropriate enthusiasm at certain moments. Due to fanfic-reading, and general equating Obi-Wan Kenobi to Christian.
Also cooked pasta for them. Have begun to add light sour cream, eggs, and sherry to the pasta I cook. ^_^
Addictions begin so easily. It all starts of with what seems innocent. I’ll just take a look at this fic. I’ll just find out what this tastes like. I want to see what everyone’s crazy about. And then before you know it, you’re in the obsession with the rest of them.
In other words, I really like Coffee Bean’s raspberry mousse cake. ^_~
And because it’s been a shamefully long time since I’ve written anything, I shall post a not-drabble I wrote for tpm100. It’s 45 words too long for a drabble. Spent a very sad amount of time on it, because drabbles aren’t supposed to take that long. I think I’ve fallen into my writing-too-much descriptive trap again.
The challenge was: Snow.
Warning: The following fic can be read as slash.
Title: Your Winter
(Drabble can also be used for previous songfic challenge: Sister Hazel's "Your Winter".)
Characters: Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan.
“Look, Master! It’s snowing!”
You are thrilled.
So I join you outside, where you are standing with your eyes alight, amidst a thousand snowflakes falling from the skies.
Here, you are the center of this universe, the living spark at the heart of a world asleep.
As you see me and run towards me, braid flying – your eyes remind me of his.
But when you finally reach me and smile, Xanatos fades away.
I feel his memory winging its way across this silent world, forgotten as the snow that fell the night before, vanishing under the sunlight that is your laughter.
In your eyes is all the blue that this winter sky has forgotten, and your smile speaks to me of a world without winter.
And somehow, this is right.
For it was your love that led me out of the winter of my heart.