challenge voyage


i’m really proud of this video! it’s very aesthetic and very spirk 

i was in a very good place while editing it since star trek makes me feel very good about life in general, it’s so pure ?? hope u liek !! !

tagging some lovely people i follow who seem like they’d like it too:

my child Gab @recoveringthe-satellites​ | @youngestcaptain​ | @lovely-trek​ | @punkrockspock​ | @vulcankisseshuman​ | @trekwithme​ | @cptkirksnipples​ | @sasstrekking​ | @mosttillogical | @trekdevoted | @lovelytrek | @boldlywhoa | @thrillers | @whalemovie | @temporal-arting | @happy-kirk | @williamshatspeare | @centelleoiw | obv @letsallgotothelobby but he’s seen it! <3
Bridging the Distance - ThereBeWhalesHere - Star Trek [Archive of Our Own]
An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works
By Organization for Transformative Works

Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Star Trek, Star Trek: The Original Series
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: James T. Kirk/Spock
Characters: James T. Kirk, Spock (Star Trek)
Additional Tags: Old Married Spirk Challenge, Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, Emotional Hurt/Comfort, Amnesia, Getting Back Together, Fluff and Angst, Whales, old married spirk, Established Relationship

Jim misses Spock, even when they’re together, and he doesn’t know if Spock remembers why. Or if he ever will. Set immediately after the events of The Voyage Home.

Here’s my first submission to the OMS Challenge, and of course it’s Voyage Home-themed. Everything about me is Voyage Home-themed. <3 Thanks for reading, everyone!

“Then kiss me, Claire,” he whispered. “And know that you are more to me than life, and I have no regret.”
I couldn’t answer, but kissed him, first his hand, its crooked fingers warm and firm, and the brawny wrist of a sword-wielder, and then his mouth, haven and promise and anguish all mingled, and the salt of tears in the taste of him.”


It was a glitzy night of bow ties and bon mots in New York City. But the real attractions at the 66th annual National Book Awards were the winners themselves: Adam Johnson, in fiction; Ta-Nehisi Coates, in nonfiction; Robin Coste Lewis, in poetry; and Neal Shusterman, in young people’s literature.

Adam Johnson, Ta-Nehisi Coates Win National Book Awards