Title: X-rays
Author: [livejournal.com profile] aelfgyfu_mead
Word count: 1797
Rating/Warning: G
Spoilers: Singularity
Prompt: Sam and Janet friendship; X
Author's note: No beta; apologies! If you see any errors, feel free to let me know.
Summary: What happened between Cassie in the abandoned facility and Cassie in the park?

Take me to the story! )
aelfgyfu_mead: Aelfgyfu as a South Park-style cartoon (Aelfgyfu in the Liber Vitae)
( Jun. 21st, 2014 07:37 pm)
As I mentioned longer ago than I thought, I discovered that the Mead Hall had gone down something like 18 months before, and I had failed to realize that it was really down. So a good chunk of the fic I've written has been inaccessible. I have copies of everything, and I've been posting it in small chunks to Archive of Our Own; you can find it here. Today, I moved the last of my SG-1 fic from The Mead Hall, and I felt really accomplished, and then I remember that I have at least one SG-1 fic that never made it to The Mead Hall, and probably more. I will get to those!

What I've discovered from my fic )
Happy Thanksgiving to all who celebrate it, whether today or at some other time, and however you celebrate it!

Thank you all for being my friends and readers!

And today's SG-1 moment: Small Child started talking about that thing in turkey that makes you sleepy, but she couldn't come up with the name.
"Tretonin," I said with full confidence.
I got a funny look from my husband. Small Child didn't think that was it. The look from Brilliant Husband got odder and odder, and he was clearly not saying something—
"Oh," I said. "Tryptophan. I guess I've watched too much Stargate."

I'm now thinking of Teal'c enjoying some tretonin with his tryptophan.
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TITLE: I is for Ingenuity
AUTHOR: Aelfgyfu
BETA READER: Many thanks to [livejournal.com profile] dudethemath and [livejournal.com profile] redbyrd_sgfic for fast and helpful betas!
RATING: PG
WARNING: mild violence
CATEGORY: Gen, epilogue (to "Bloodlines")
WORD COUNT: 1000
CHARACTERS: Bra'tac, Jack O'Neill, Teal'c, Sam Carter, and Daniel Jackson (just barely)
SPOILERS: "Bloodlines"

ETA: Here is the link to SG-1 Gen Fic Day!
Here is the link for the whole Bra'tac and Jaffa Alphabet Soup Anthology on Dreamwidth.
Many thanks to [livejournal.com profile] sg_fignewton for organizing this Alphabet Soup (and all the others) and cheering me on to write and finish a story!

Read 'I is for Ingenuity' now )
aelfgyfu_mead: Aelfgyfu as a South Park-style cartoon (Default)
( Jan. 25th, 2011 08:15 pm)
Thanks to the members of my flist for answering my questions, and especially to:

archersangel.blogspot.com for finding that Dave Dixon is a colonel in the Air Force;

and [livejournal.com profile] or_mabinogi for telling me that the BBC's Being Human (AKA "The Real Being Human") comes to BBCA Saturday, 19 February. Of course I'm busy that weekend and probably won't see it for days. [sulk]

You are awesome!
aelfgyfu_mead: Aelfgyfu as a South Park-style cartoon (Default)
( Jan. 25th, 2011 08:15 pm)
Thanks to the members of my flist for answering my questions, and especially to:

archersangel.blogspot.com for finding that Dave Dixon is a colonel in the Air Force;

and [livejournal.com profile] or_mabinogi for telling me that the BBC's Being Human (AKA "The Real Being Human") comes to BBCA Saturday, 19 February. Of course I'm busy that weekend and probably won't see it for days. [sulk]

You are awesome!
aelfgyfu_mead: (Jack&Daniel)
( Jan. 23rd, 2011 01:44 pm)
Can anyone tell me if Colonel Dave Dixon ("Heroes") is Air Force or some other branch? I've looked in Solutions and glanced at the transcripts (for "Heroes"), but I can't seem to find any indication. They all wear the same uniform, so I can't tell from that, right?

(I had Major Lorne confused for the longest time. I thought he was in one branch, and it turned out to be another. Someone finally set me straight, but then I forgot that answer.)
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aelfgyfu_mead: (Jack&Daniel)
( Jan. 23rd, 2011 01:44 pm)
Can anyone tell me if Colonel Dave Dixon ("Heroes") is Air Force or some other branch? I've looked in Solutions and glanced at the transcripts (for "Heroes"), but I can't seem to find any indication. They all wear the same uniform, so I can't tell from that, right?

(I had Major Lorne confused for the longest time. I thought he was in one branch, and it turned out to be another. Someone finally set me straight, but then I forgot that answer.)
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I miss Stargate; I'm again watching Stargate Universe, but a) that's not really the same (feels like a different universe than SG-1 and SGA) and b) they're on hiatus. Still, Stargate keeps popping up in odd places.

At church: we've had a visiting priest. He has rather a mixed accent: he grew up in one place and served much of his ministry in another, and Tampa is yet a third. There may be others as well. I'm not much bothered by accents. But the first time he mentioned "Murray, Mother of God," I about had a cow. I could only think of Teal'c and his explanation to Vala of the one case in history he knew where a child had a mother but no father! I have managed not to laugh out loud in church.

At the bike store: Brilliant Husband went to the Trek store. I've been there a few times (almost always buying things for him). He commented that the man in the room where he'd tried out a bike looked "Like that Tok'ra... um...." "Jacob?" "No, the one who was interested in Sam." "Martouf?!" "Yeah. That one." "Oh, my gosh! I have to start going to the Trek store on weekdays!" (For those of you not in SG-1 fandom, pictures here and here and here.) (I did once see a medievalist who looked enough like Martouf, in certain light and from a particular angle, that I had trouble focusing on his paper! Sadly, I've only seen him once and have now forgotten his name.)

The Sarah Jane Adventures: Yes, Small Child has finally begun watching SJA again (so we can watch too). If you haven't seen "Secrets of the Stars" Part Two and don't want spoilers, don't look. Otherwise, go to the preview on YouTube and tell me what you see at 8, 20, and 27 seconds. (There's also a still at the top of this page.) BH and I were dying laughing.

Finally, a Primeval moment: I got a packet in the mail from James Murray. This one is actually James Murray, medieval historian and now ringmaster of the circus that is the International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo, Michigan every May; I get mailings in his name regularly. They never fail to make me smile, at the very least. (My colleagues don't even raise an eyebrow any more when I sporfle at my mail as I collect it from my box. "It's just the medievalist again.") I have no idea what he looks like, and I'm hoping not to find out (though I could have picked at least two of his predecessors out of a line-up once). It's just much more fun to think of him as looking like Stephen Hart. (And if a medievalist can look like Martouf, why not?)
I miss Stargate; I'm again watching Stargate Universe, but a) that's not really the same (feels like a different universe than SG-1 and SGA) and b) they're on hiatus. Still, Stargate keeps popping up in odd places.

At church: we've had a visiting priest. He has rather a mixed accent: he grew up in one place and served much of his ministry in another, and Tampa is yet a third. There may be others as well. I'm not much bothered by accents. But the first time he mentioned "Murray, Mother of God," I about had a cow. I could only think of Teal'c and his explanation to Vala of the one case in history he knew where a child had a mother but no father! I have managed not to laugh out loud in church.

At the bike store: Brilliant Husband went to the Trek store. I've been there a few times (almost always buying things for him). He commented that the man in the room where he'd tried out a bike looked "Like that Tok'ra... um...." "Jacob?" "No, the one who was interested in Sam." "Martouf?!" "Yeah. That one." "Oh, my gosh! I have to start going to the Trek store on weekdays!" (For those of you not in SG-1 fandom, pictures here and here and here.) (I did once see a medievalist who looked enough like Martouf, in certain light and from a particular angle, that I had trouble focusing on his paper! Sadly, I've only seen him once and have now forgotten his name.)

The Sarah Jane Adventures: Yes, Small Child has finally begun watching SJA again (so we can watch too). If you haven't seen "Secrets of the Stars" Part Two and don't want spoilers, don't look. Otherwise, go to the preview on YouTube and tell me what you see at 8, 20, and 27 seconds. (There's also a still at the top of this page.) BH and I were dying laughing.

Finally, a Primeval moment: I got a packet in the mail from James Murray. This one is actually James Murray, medieval historian and now ringmaster of the circus that is the International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo, Michigan every May; I get mailings in his name regularly. They never fail to make me smile, at the very least. (My colleagues don't even raise an eyebrow any more when I sporfle at my mail as I collect it from my box. "It's just the medievalist again.") I have no idea what he looks like, and I'm hoping not to find out (though I could have picked at least two of his predecessors out of a line-up once). It's just much more fun to think of him as looking like Stephen Hart. (And if a medievalist can look like Martouf, why not?)
aelfgyfu_mead: Aelfgyfu as a South Park-style cartoon (Daniel)
( Jun. 3rd, 2010 08:15 pm)
I don't generally recommend SG-1 and SGA fic because I know I'm missing loads of good fic. This evening, though, just when I needed a pick-me-up, I saw this recommended on [livejournal.com profile] stargategenrec, and it was just what I needed.


"In Short" by [livejournal.com profile] penknife gives concise summaries of half a dozen episodes each of SG-1 and SGA. They're fabulous. Spoilers for all seasons. If you've seen all seasons, go read this now.
aelfgyfu_mead: Aelfgyfu as a South Park-style cartoon (Daniel)
( Jun. 3rd, 2010 08:15 pm)
I don't generally recommend SG-1 and SGA fic because I know I'm missing loads of good fic. This evening, though, just when I needed a pick-me-up, I saw this recommended on [livejournal.com profile] stargategenrec, and it was just what I needed.


"In Short" by [livejournal.com profile] penknife gives concise summaries of half a dozen episodes each of SG-1 and SGA. They're fabulous. Spoilers for all seasons. If you've seen all seasons, go read this now.
aelfgyfu_mead: Aelfgyfu as a South Park-style cartoon (Vala)
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Vid

( May. 10th, 2010 08:58 pm)
[livejournal.com profile] aurora_novarum linked to another vid, "Welcome to the Family", by the same vidder who made "High School Never Ends".

It's s10, but I don't want to say more than that. Just go ahead and watch. You know you want to!
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aelfgyfu_mead: Aelfgyfu as a South Park-style cartoon (Vala)
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Vid

( May. 10th, 2010 08:58 pm)
[livejournal.com profile] aurora_novarum linked to another vid, "Welcome to the Family", by the same vidder who made "High School Never Ends".

It's s10, but I don't want to say more than that. Just go ahead and watch. You know you want to!
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aelfgyfu_mead: SG-1 in the infirmary (Team-infirmary)
( Feb. 28th, 2010 12:43 pm)
Do NOT miss Sci-Fried's new video, "PX-75309".

Oh, yes, they did!
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aelfgyfu_mead: SG-1 in the infirmary (Team-infirmary)
( Feb. 28th, 2010 12:43 pm)
Do NOT miss Sci-Fried's new video, "PX-75309".

Oh, yes, they did!
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. . . so I did the Fanfic Personality test.

Your result for The Fan Fiction Personality Test...

The True Fan

OOC is blasphemy, canon is everything.

Once you fall in love with a movie, book or TV series, you are loyal like an old dog. You take fanfiction quite seriously and use it as a substitute after the canon run out.


You are probably a walking dictionary of your favourite fandom and you are picky about what you write and read. The closer to the "real thing" fanfiction is, the more you like it.


You would rather explore a character in all depth, see new sides and learn more about them than creating new characters or mix up the situations they are in.

Take The Fan Fiction Personality Test at OkCupid


Note: I fixed a little of the grammar in my result because it bothered me too much the way it was.

More details behind the cut )
. . . so I did the Fanfic Personality test.

Your result for The Fan Fiction Personality Test...

The True Fan

OOC is blasphemy, canon is everything.

Once you fall in love with a movie, book or TV series, you are loyal like an old dog. You take fanfiction quite seriously and use it as a substitute after the canon run out.


You are probably a walking dictionary of your favourite fandom and you are picky about what you write and read. The closer to the "real thing" fanfiction is, the more you like it.


You would rather explore a character in all depth, see new sides and learn more about them than creating new characters or mix up the situations they are in.

Take The Fan Fiction Personality Test at OkCupid


Note: I fixed a little of the grammar in my result because it bothered me too much the way it was.

More details behind the cut )
Dinner interrupted before I could do this part (idea from [livejournal.com profile] sg_fignewton of my year-in-fic overview, so I posted what I had and saved the favorite excerpts from each of last year's stories for this entry.

My favorite bits may not correspond to the best parts of the stories. I also tend to be very fond of my closings, which aren't really appropriate for this meme, particularly if you haven't read one or more of the stories! I tried not to include anything that would spoil a story.

Excerpt from 'Fresh Scars' )

Excerpt from 'Sunrise over Eden' )

Excerpt from 'Zephyr' )

Excerpt from 'Vale, amice'—SPOILERS for 'Threads' and previous episodes. )
Dinner interrupted before I could do this part (idea from [livejournal.com profile] sg_fignewton of my year-in-fic overview, so I posted what I had and saved the favorite excerpts from each of last year's stories for this entry.

My favorite bits may not correspond to the best parts of the stories. I also tend to be very fond of my closings, which aren't really appropriate for this meme, particularly if you haven't read one or more of the stories! I tried not to include anything that would spoil a story.

Excerpt from 'Fresh Scars' )

Excerpt from 'Sunrise over Eden' )

Excerpt from 'Zephyr' )

Excerpt from 'Vale, amice'—SPOILERS for 'Threads' and previous episodes. )
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