September 13th, 2010

writing pen

Schmoop Bingo

As I mentioned when I posted Trust Me, I have signed up for Schmoop Bingo on LJ. Well, here is the bingo card I was given.

I may be painting myself into a corner here, but my plans are to write a fic for all 25 squares, giving me a blackout bingo... and to write them all with the same pairing. *crosses fingers*

Hopefully by publicly committing to this, my muse will realize I mean busines. :-)

picnic
wedding – shower
fire in the fireplace
reading aloud
baby – adoption
greeting card
secret admirer
wooing/courtship
cooking together
bad day
cuddling with pets
amusement park
WILD CARD
anniversary
proposal
pets
neck kisses
pregnancy – first ultrasound
wedding – first dance
feeding – erotic
coffee shop
anniversary – perfect gift
soulmates
shopping
bedtime rituals

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cat reading

I can haz interwebz!

As some of you are aware, I've been having trouble with my modem/router, resulting in sketchy internet connection. Well, as promised, my new modem/router arrived today. It was a simple thing to swap out.

AND, I finally set up my wireless capability! I'm wireless for the first time. And so far, everything is working just fine. :D

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dana smiling/car

She's a Keeper

Title: She’s a Keeper

Author: Dhamphir

Fandom: X-Files

Pairing: Scully/OFC (Morgan)

Rating: PG

Word Count: ~645

Summary: Dana gets a call from an old college friend.

Spoiler: none

Disclaimer: I do not own X-Files. C.C. and 1013 Productions do. No copyright infringement intended, no money being made. Jess Morgan is mine.

A/N1: Written for Schmoop Bingo. Prompt: wedding – shower

A/N2: While this takes place in the Weak in the Knees universe, it is not part of the series. 


 

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