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Jun. 7th, 2013


Family Values by chimosa (Hannibal TV, Will/Hannibal, Abigail)

Title: Family Values
Fandom: Hannibal
Characters: Will/Hannibal, Abigail
Warnings: Violence (duh, it's Hannibal)
AN: Hey guys, it's been a while, huh? Well, I wrote this... enjoy?

Hannibal Lecter has made himself a family, but Abigail and Will are only his playthings, when it comes right down to it.

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Apr. 18th, 2010


One for the Ages by chimosa (TW)

Title: One For the Ages
Author: chimosa
Fandom: Torchwood
Pairing: Jack/ Ianto
Rating: R
AN: I posted the first section of this…an embarrassingly long time ago. But I finally finished it, reworked the first part, so here it is in entirety. Enjoy!

Summary: "Can you imagine, looking as old as that in a matter of hours? Wrinkles and all?"

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Aug. 5th, 2009


Your Good Boy's Gonna Go Bad by chimosa (smallville)

Title: Your Good Boy’s Gonna Go Bad
Author: chimosa
Fandom: Smallville
Pairing: Clark/Lex

AN: So itsaslashything said:
I ran across the phrase "Easy there, Big Fella"...and my mind immediately brought forth a vision of Clark as Kal...turned on as all hell and intense...sweating, nostrils flaring as his chest heaves and Lex gentling him down enough to climb up and slowly impale himself...

Can someone please write this?

And I got all nostalgic for my Smallville fandom so I wrote over 2,000 words of AU porn. Enjoy!

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Aug. 3rd, 2009


(no subject)

Officially day one of my FUNemployment. Or my vacation as I keep calling it, though my friends are quick to point out that "unemployment" and "vacation" are two very different things. Even though I haven't been officially employed by my former workplace for going on three weeks, the first week didn't count because they made me come in anyway and freelance until my replacement could start working. The second week didn't count, because my mom was in town and while I love her more then life and we had a great time, hosting someone is *exhausting* and thus not vaction-y at all. This weekend I was shooting my friend's music video project so *that* certainly didn't count because 12 hour days of shooting is WORK, even if I got paid in beer.

But today was the first day of the rest of my life! Or at least, the next phase of my life...

I joined up at the YMCA because they have a pool! So I can finally finally start swimming laps, though I still need a swim cap. I also got a Brooklyn library card and sat around the Prospect branch with my roomie reading until she got cold and we left, but still, I was bettering my mind so that's something. Ran into a friend on the street who is gonna have a craaaaaaaazy show at Prospect Park this weekend including dancers in full body paint (and alleged partial nudity) and super soakers so that will be interesting. And now I'm having a beer and writing, in between contemplating the plant and herbs I want to buy to help make my room greener.

For the first time in a year, I feel completely content and at peace with myself. I'm *happy* which is kind of a novelty in itself after I've spent all of my post graduation life hating my job and dreading each day. Now I can;t wait for tomorrow and all the little projects I'm going to fulfill and all the ways I'm going to work on self improvement! Life is good.

Jul. 13th, 2009



I've been thinking about dance a lot lately. Now that I'm almost out of my current job and into the great abyss that is joblessness, I'm thinking about my future. About the kind of life I want to have. About how to achieve that life and, whats more, how to actually be *good* in that life.

I want to dance.

I want to dance and create dances and I want to actually be good at it.

I have some projects coming up (as in I have two projects within the next week) that I'm nervous aren't going to go over too well. But I think thats okay. I think I'm going to just go with it, let it happen, and then use any failure as a barometer of where I'm at and where I need to go. That's healthy, right? Instead of getting obsessed about my failure and the possibility of failure that I freeze up and am unable to do anything? Well, we'll see.

This is also helping: http://abundance-blog.marelisa-online.com/2008/11/17/outliers-10000-hours-for-success/

Basically if I do it enough, actually get into the studio and take class and just *do it* no matter how poorly I am dancing now, I *have* to get better. If I can get my 10,000 hours in, I'll be set!

Jul. 10th, 2009


COE thoughts, COE spoilers

Just a tiny thought that I've been tossing around in my head about TW and forgive me if its not all together there. But.

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Great news!!

I finally have a favorite opera!!!!

I know i know- you're thinking- but chimosa. really. what does that even matter? but this is huge huge huge news!! Theres this girl in my life- a classic voice major and who has aspired, for a long time now, to be a professional opera singer- who is basically my little sis, pretty much we were raised together. now i completely support her 100 percent but the problem has been, i just *cant* get into opera. Ive tried so hard, going to the Met, seeing all sorts of performances and always, without fail, I wind up falling asleep. usually somewhere in the second/third act. i even fell asleep during Faust which, I have been told, is impossible as its the most action packed opera around. I fell asleep in Aida which it turns out there were elephants in. Elephants!! (if people were pulling my leg with that one I'll never know).

And the sad thing is, I turned her on to ballet. she loves dance after we sat down and watched some of my collection- swan lake and sleeping beauty and gay swan lake... swans and princesses and matthew bourne- oh my!! but for the life of me I couldn't get through an opera. Until tonight I watched PBS's "great performances" with renee flemming in "Thais" and wow. holy shit, wow. it was amazing. stunning. i loved it so much!

and im so relieved! maybe this means theres hope for me yet!

Jul. 8th, 2009


Holy shit.

Holy shit yall

I just finished Moby Dick!!! All of it. Like all of Moby freakin Dick!!!

Holy shit, that was a long fuckin book.

Jul. 6th, 2009


Another kitten

Photo 87, originally uploaded by chimosa_the.

I can't have Torchwood.... but I have a kitten. He has big bug eyes so he kinda looks like an alien *squints eyes* yep, he looks like an alien

Jul. 1st, 2009


Fangirlishness and other things

Saw the Star Trek movie yesterday after I pretty much swore I wouldn't and It. Was. Awesome!!

I loved the plot and the characters and all that but even more? I loved the random people popping up all over the place. (Harold flies the ship?? But I thought he was going to White Castle! Eva Rodriguez, what are you doing in space? You were accepted into ABC the best dance company in America! And Dr. Cameron, with a man *not* Chase? For shame...)

Also, on Sunday I was in Bushwick and saw a bus with a Torchwood 3 ad on it- I was in complete shock! And then my roomie came home and said she saw the same thing in Manhattan. I guess TW is really getting around...

For those who are interested, I *did* hand in notice to my job \o/ My last day is July 17 and after that who knows what my life will bring because I also got laid off from my part time job. Basically? I went from 2 jobs to none. But I? I will survive. I'm really looking forward to my life as a free lady. I've been working on a new dance project with some friends that I'm hoping will come into fruition about Nov/Decish. So that's something to look forward to...

In other news- I am deeply upset about the loss of Pina Bausch. I can't believe she died!! I saw her in December and she was in great shape! I'm sort of angry that the NYTimes chose **ALASTAIR MACAULAY** to write her obit when he didn't even *like* her work. I think he was fair in the end, but it turned into one last grumbling complaint about her work rather then anything about Pina herself and her remarkable body of powerful work. It just seemed of poor taste to me...

ETA: It turns out there's another obit in the Times and Macaulay's is an "appraisal" but it still seems odd to me that he would write this for the same day as the death announcement. Oh, Alastair, how you confound me once again...

In honor of Pina:

Look! It's a whale!

Pina's powerful Rite of Spring

I've never seen this one before but I *love this*! The clip says it's "Masurca Fogo (Extrait)"

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