January 30th, 2006

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I have Blue Bell King Cake ice cream in my freezer. All is right with the world. :)

The SAGs last night were eh. Mostly I was just so disappointed that Desperate Housewives won the Ensemble Comedy award over Arrested Development that it ruined the whole show for me. I mean--seriously--what is WRONG with people?

Grey's Anatomy, on the other hand, was one of the best episodes in ages. I want to marry George O'Malley. No, really. *loves* And Halfrek was Bailey's replacement! And she was awesome! Last week it was the Mayor on Bones, this week Halfrek on GA. I love it when Buffy alum show up on my favorite shows.

I feel like there was something else I was going to post about, but if there was I've forgotten it. Oh well.
leverage team carnival

What is WRONG with people?

I remember the other thing I was going to post about... They announced the award winners at Sundance this weekend. Jury prizes, by the way, are for the birds. Three random people no one's ever heard of deciding which films are the best? Bah, I say.

Seriously, the trite and tedious 13 Tzameti won the World Dramatic Competition Jury Prize. What. Ever. On the other hand, the Audience Award in that category went to the highly deserving and completely fantastic No. 2. And I voted for it! So there.

Also? "Bugcrush" tied for the Jury Prize in Short Filmmaking. What is WRONG with people? Okay, fine, it was a perfectly well-executed film. But ugh. At least "Preacher With An Unknown God" got an Honorable Mention.
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AtS Fic: "Undrowning" [1/1]

This is something I wrote as a sort of writing exercise, experimenting with style and mood and trying to practice writing shorter pieces, telling stories with fewer words. It's really just a series of snapshots, tied together by the words of a poem. Don't know why my writing's been so melancholy lately, though. Guess angst is just fun to do.

Title: "Undrowning"
Fandom: Angel
Summary: How was one supposed go about comparison shopping for funeral homes, anyway?
Rating: PG
Author's Note: Post "You're Welcome." The poem, "Dirge Without Music," is by Edna St. Vincent Millay.

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