eruthros: Delenn from Babylon 5 with a startled expression and the text "omg!" (Default)
Yuletide presents for me! I didn't get an email about them, but I found them anyway, and look what I got!

From my main yuletide author, I got something I didn't know I wanted -- I asked for The Dude character voice doing just about anything. But it turns out I wanted The Dude voice as he watched the ghost of Donny bowl. Not Undead, Just Not Dead, Big Lebowski.

And I also got a stocking stuffer! A really atmospheric Genly Ai and Estraven in the snow, and Genly's discomfort in his own body as he sees Estraven's body change. Cinders and Snow, Left Hand of Darkness.

*hugs stories*

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And some stories that were for someone else, but I get to have anyway, in a completely random order:

Yuletide recs: Slings & Arrows, The Avengers, Madeleine L'Engle - Many Waters, Black Books, Laura Ingalls Wilder - Little House series, But I'm a Cheerleader, Calvin and Hobbes, xkcd )
eruthros: Li Ann from Once a Thief with two guns, text "Li Ann" (OaT - Li Ann  red)
Slings and Arrows? AWESOME. It is my new TV boyfriend. It could only be more my new TV boyfriend if there were more than two tech people in it.

Also, it gives Paul Gross the opportunity to overact with impunity!

If you're one of the people who didn't heed the "OMG this is just like Chris Carter" warning about Lost? This is the comic for you.

The C.A. Thayer is back at Hyde Street Pier after extensive renovation. Y'all, I sang sea shanties and raised the anchor on the Thayer when I was a kidlet. I had birthday parties on the Thayer and Balclutha (a steel-hulled square-rigger). She's a hundred and ten years old, now, and they replaced the dry-rotted timber so that she can go out on the Bay again. How awesome is that?

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