tveitjolras

Dear Little Family

Hi XD So I was meant to start a thread for Amy, but Sara informed me that it was about time that the family did something together. Therefore, what emerged was a family picnic thread which is here. I know I didn’t ask in advance if you all wanted to thread, so while I know Jenn and Sam are interested, it’s up to you (and Fred can come too!) if you want to join in!

Book shopping results
  • I got ‘The Devil is an Ass’.  The cashier chuckled at the title.
  • A book of Sophocles that includes 'Oedipus the King’, 'Oedipus at Colonus’, and Antigone
  • Aristophanes book with Birds, Lysistrata, Thesmophoriazusai, Frogs, Ecclesiazusai, and Ploutos
  • They didn’t have any John Keats and I didn’t know what other authors to look for.  So if you have some others I can go back to look.

tveitjolras replied to your post: You know there’s going to be Les Amis AUs about…

lol the funny thing is that Bobby is so completely un!Enjolras so I can’t even conveniently place him. He’s somewhere between Marius and Grantaire.

Nooooo, Jack would be Enjolras. Bobby would be…I don’t even know. Feuilly? Marius (he does get kind of mushy over Brooke, and I mean that in a good way)? I don’t even have a clue, actually.

The first ten were: juniorstarcatcher, christmaswarbler, tveitjolras, overthetrainbow, just-a-broadway-bloggercdm7rn, theadventuresofcassidykrystarodriguez, making-beautiful and musicaltheatrefanatic.

Thanks guys! Let me know where I can ship (no rush, just within the next week or so). For this one, international shipping is totally fine because I freakin’ love both theatre memorabilia and Christmas :)

The Tagging Game
  • Rule 1 - Post the rules. 
  • Rule 2 - Answer the questions the tagger set for you in their post and then make 11 new ones. 
  • Rule 3 - Tag 11 people and link them to your post. 
  • Rule 4 - Let them know you’ve tagged them.

Sam tagged me.

1. You’re the Doctor’s newest companion. He asks you where/when do you want to go. What do you say?

First? Columbus, Ohio, present day - we have someone to pick up. 2. What’s your favorite gemstone?
Sapphire or tanzanite 3. If you could have one new talent, what would you pick? To write or sing … I guess I’d be getting more if I could sing, because I can definitely currently write better than I can sing.
4. What did you want to be when you grew up when you were six? Archaeologist
5. What was the movie you could watch over and over again as a child? Pretty much any Disney film, but especially Sleeping Beauty
6. Favorite store to get a giftcard from? Waterstones
7. If you could ask your favorite author any question about your favorite book, what would you ask? Uhhhh … why she didn’t keep character sheets. I mean she wrote the series over fifty years, but still, some of the inconsistencies are funny XD
8. Favorite present you’ve ever gotten? Ummm … theatre tickets, probably the ones to see Les Mis last year
9. Love Apple (the company) or hate it? No strong feelings. I don’t like iTunes, but I do like Macs. And I want an iPad.
10. Yellow gold, white gold, or silver?
Platinum White gold
11. Most irrational fear. Milk

11 Questions For Those I’ve Tagged

  1. If you could only eat three meals for the rest of your life what would they be?
  2. What book would you most like to step into the pages of and live through?
  3. If you lived in medieval times what do you see yourself being? Noble, peasant, ‘witch’ etc.
  4. Who would be your parabatai?
  5. Favourite holiday?
  6. Where in the world would you like to live if there was nothing to stop you?
  7. Sony or Nintendo?
  8. What instrument would you prefer to be an ace at?
  9. If money wasn’t an object, what outrageously expensive thing would you buy yourself?
  10. Favourite form of transportation. *ahem*
  11. Favourite/most interesting military engagement. *double ahem*

He kissed her, trying to keep the desperation out of their last tender moment until the war’s end. “Remember I love you and … and him or her -” he told her, cutting his words off and instead placing a hand on the bump in front of him.

“You’re coming home, you can tell the baby yourself,” she responded, looking at him firmly and helping to fix the Red Cross band round his uniform jacket sleeve.