Blatenly stolen from popkin16:

In honor of All Hallow's Eve, I'm inviting trick-or-treaters to my 'door.'

Comment with "Trick or Treat" to this post and... well, you know the drill. Treats can be anything that strikes my fancy (pics of fave actors or pairings, graphics, a few words why I'm glad to have you on my flist, one sentence fics, etc. etc.).

The more "houses" to visit the more fun it'll be, so go ahead, open your journal and help spread the fun!
You, my dear popkin, are entirely responsible for like nearly all of my newest obsessions. You're like the drug dealer of the fanworld, but I love you anyway, mostly because you're rates are reasonable and you're willing to put up with all of my insanity.
Haha thank you ♥ Always happy to deal fandoms to you XD I really like your insanity~
yes. but you also have to deal with me when I've run out of fandom to "shoot up" on, so.... on your own head be it.
Oh, God! the movie was AWFUL. The books are so many times better it's not even funny. IDK if I can even speak to you anymore after that.
Lol, that's what people say. Mostly, I saw it because of Alan Rickman doing the robot's voice. I keep meaning to read the book...
Scene: On any balcony of Atlantis, at night, circa S1
"See that spot there?" Rodney asks.
"Which one?"
"That one."
"I don't-"
Rodney grabs the Major's hand and drags it until it's pointing at the correct part of the sky. "That one."
"Yeah. What about it?"
"That's the Milky Way. That tiny bit of a light is all we can see of it."
"So how long would it take a ship to get here from Earth?"
"Even with hyperdrive? A month, maybe more."
The Major whistles.
"That's not the amazing thing though."
"It's not?"
"No. The amazing thing is that the Milky Way we're seeing is three million years old. In that galaxy, humans haven't evolved yet, and the Ancients are still in their golden age, and the goa'uld haven't built their empire. It's a little piece of our past."
"Ah, McKay. You're a romantic," the Major says, glancing over at him with half a smile. "But, yeah, you're right. That is kinda amazing."
End Scene
This scene is amazing too, as is the idea behind it! A small moment with some very big thoughts, love the dialogue, thank you! ^_^
this is for you.

Well, actually, if given the choice, I would want to live there forever, but you can share it with me.
OMG what an amazing picture!

And of course I immediately had to think of the giant libraries the Hoffans invented in "Poisoning the Well" to save their knowledge so they hadn't start from scratch after a severe culling. *g*

Thank you so much!

My first impression was of a beautifully decorated room in lovely golden- and honey-brown shades.

Then I recognized the books for what they were.


Heaven on Earth.
You're always sharing such wonderful photos with us, I thought I'd share something of mine... unfortunatley, this is the only pic I could find on my harddrive from my art class days, so hopefully you'll appreciate the gesture.