glinda: Hera quote text: No I tried to SEE if I could kill you. For Science! (semantics/for science!)
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kaberett: a patch of sunlight on the carpet, shaped like a slightly wonky heart (light hearted)
you might also like Heartstopper, an LGBT comic about a British grammar school, which I have just inhaled this evening after one of you all reblogged it on the tumbls xx

(comment I left on the Patreon: 3-2 came across my dash earlier this evening, I have just read EVERYTHING (with laughing-out-loud and misting-up and making-my-partner-read-bits), thank you *so much* for this. -- I am 27, I was in Year 9 when Section 28 was repealed, I was the only out queer in my secondary school of 1000+ students, and I recognise these crushes SO HARD. Thank you so, so much for making this be a thing in the world, and I am really looking forward to reading more. <3)
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frith_in_thorns: (HG Mockingjay paint)
A revelation! I can use art as hc_bingo square fills!

So this is for the "rejection" square on my card.



HAVE SOME A.I. FEELINGS
frith_in_thorns: Unfortunately, you'll also all blow up. (Default)
Title: Anchors (Wolf 359)
Word count: 2350 words
Characters: Renée Minkowski, Isobel Lovelace, Hera, Doug Eiffel
Pairing: Gen
Content/Tags:Set during early season 4. Friendship, hurt/comfort, head injury, fluff. Fills the "hiding an injury/illness" square for hc_bingo.
AO3 link

Summary: Another day, another Hephaestus malfunction making Minkowski's life miserable. She's definitely fine, though.
Plus, broken comm units, a new reason to miss gravity, Edward Cullen duties, and the who-should-be-yelled-at game.

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frith_in_thorns: The city of Atlantis (SGA Atlantis)
Title: Entropy (Wolf 359)
Word count: 900 words
Characters: Renée Minkowski, Doug Eiffel
Pairing: Gen
Content/Tags: Major character death. Spoilers for all of s2. Fills my "mercy killing" square for hc_bingo.
AO3 link

Summary: A canon-divergent AU from after episode 15. Hilbert's dead. This is... not good.

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frith_in_thorns: I don't have to "agree" to anything. I'm the commander. (W359 Agree)
Title: Just Breathe (Wolf 359)
Word count: 1700 words
Characters: Renée Minkowski, Isobel Lovelace, Hera
Pairing: Gen-ish, also M/L-ish. However you want to read it I guess.
Content/Tags:Set during early season 4. Friendship, hugs, panic attacks. Fills the "hostile climate" square for hc_bingo.
AO3 link

Summary: Minkowski may have nearly died horribly, but the important thing is that she didn’t. So it’s all behind her now. No underlying trauma. Really.

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kaberett: Overlaid Mars & Venus symbols, with Swiss Army knife tools at other positions around the central circle. (Default)
1. A. feels that I was Making Something Of An Understatement when I said to you all, the other day, that the furniture fits like I hoped it would. Or, more precisely, that given that I'd got it accurate to the millimetre I was selling myself short. So have a poor-quality photo: the dresser is A's, the fridge-freezer is the landlord's and hard up against the worksurface. (We are still Working On finding places for everything, hence the stack of aprons on top of the fridge-freezer...)

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2. While bimbling around charity shops today, I found that tablecloth + six napkins for £4. I am very pleased, not least because Mama always used tablecloths and therefore they have a strong sense of "comfort" and "home" for me, which combine with the part where my subconcious interprets the view out the window by the dining table as the view out the attic window in the Mouldering Ancestral Pile, which therefore also pings "comfort" and "soothing" really hard.

3. I rescued a weed-filled terracotta tub from the Secret Patio and relocated a cut-price live mint plant into it. It is now on the Actual Patio, hopefully settling in adequately. I intend to add some parsley to it.

4. A conversation with A. the other morning: given that online grocery shops already have a bunch of aliases implemented ("chickpeas", "tinned chickpeas", etc etc etc), why do none of them (as far as I can tell) let me set private/personal/individual aliases? I would much prefer to be able to search "Adam pasta", which is what we call it over here, than have to remember the full name of the stuff he specifically likes. We... got into a fairly lengthy conversation about what the code would look like, because Of Course We Did.

5. ... this mostly seems to be about house, shockingly enough. Want to take a guess about what I've been up to this week? ... yeah. We are pretty much down to at most one layer of box on any given surface, though, with the surface area covered in box rapidly decreasing...