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Vesta
22 April 2017 @ 06:39 am
I'm moving over to Dreamwidth. This is a sad, sad day. I've had this bleddy journal for 14 years.
However, I'm not shutting it down, I'll leave it open but there will be no more crossposting from DW.

See you all on the other side!
 
 
Vesta
08 April 2017 @ 12:52 pm
A truck drowe down Drottninggatan in Stockholm, killing four people and hurting at least 15.

Drottninggatan is the biggest shopping street in Stockholm, it's always crowded, you can find all the big stores here. On this street, a man decided to drive the truck he had just stolen. At high speed, forcing those he didn't mow down to throw themselves all over the place to escape. Four people are dead now, one of them a child.

The police arrested the perpetatrator last night. He is charged with suspected terror attack. He is not Swedish. He is a muslim  fugitive from Uzbekistan who Sweden has taken in and helped. He chose to attack Swedish people, hoping to kill as many as possible with the stolen truck.

My husband heard the engine and the crash when the truck smashed into a building. He had walked past the exact spot a minute earlier.

My daughter rang from her school, they were not allowed to leave.

I couldn't reach my son at first. Can you imagine how it felt to not reach him, when I knew he was working in Stockholm and that he ususally works around Drottninggatan?

Yesterday was the longest and the worst afternoon in my life. My family stuck in Stockholm, no trains were running, no busses. Around 7 pm they let on the commuters again and I could finally get my family home. Son had to walk from Solna to Liljeholmen, that's 9 kilometers. Husband walked almost as far to get to a point where I could pick him up.

I'm not right in the head at the moment, I feel so much hate toward the perpetrator and people like him. Those who think they have the right to hurt and kill in the name of religion. They are the ones not deserving to live.

My family is safe. That is what matters. I will try to get over the hate, but it'll take time.
 
 
Vesta
04 August 2016 @ 07:45 pm
Theme: Gentleness
Characters: Finch/Reese
Rating: PG-13
Wordcount: 576
Summary: There had been such a long time since anyone touched him with gentle hands. Harold's fingers dancing across his back...
Feedback: yes, please if you would be so kind

Note: fifth in a series of themed drabbles for seasons 1 and 2. This is however not a drabble, I keep missing the drabble-line, but cutting the text short and divide it properly would only confuse me. Apologies for that.

Read at AO3
or under hereThere had been such a long time since anyone...Collapse )
 
 
Vesta
27 June 2016 @ 07:41 pm
Theme: Contemplation
Characters: Finch/Reese
Rating: PG-13
Word count: 376
Summary: One has to think things over before accepting an offer of...
Feedback: yes, please, if you would be so kind

Note: fourth in a series of themed drabbles for seasons 1 and 2

Read at AO3

or under here The question is though, can you handle my offer? Collapse )
 
 
Vesta
04 May 2016 @ 01:21 pm
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Vesta
19 April 2016 @ 06:08 pm
Theme: Giving
Characters: Finch/ Reese
Location: Reese's place
Rating: PG-13
Word count: 725
Summary: Giving, and the art of recieving

Note: third in a series of themed drabbles for seasons 1 and 2, this one is however more of a ficlet.

Take it back, Harold. Take 'me' back. Collapse )
 
 
Vesta
09 April 2016 @ 09:09 am
Theme: Rain
Characters: Reese/ Finch
Location: Library
Rating: G
Word count: 195

Clothes soaked through to his skin, Reese shook his head, trying to get the rain out off his eyes. The Library wasn't far, but the pouring rain and the hard wind made the walk more like crossing an ocean.

Bear yanked impatiently at the leash, he was just as eager to get indoors. They took the stairs up running, leaving rivulets of water on the steps, both wanting to get to the one waiting as fast as possible.

While Bear snored lightly in his basket, Reese felt more like purring. The chill from the rain seeped away with the dry clothes and Harold's fingers in his hair. Soft wool under his cheek and body heat bleeding through the fabric cocooned him in warmth.

It wasn't often he let himself be pampered like this- stretched out on the couch with his head in Harold's lap. Harold would never deny him, had never denied him. The soft hum and the light pat on the couch was the answer every time Reese felt bold enough to ask for it.

Reese closed his eyes, the fingers scratching through his hair followed the rhythm of the rain on the windows.
 
 
Vesta
02 April 2016 @ 02:36 pm
Theme: Tension
Characters: Finch/Reese
Location: Library
Rating: R for innuendo
Word count: 116

"You're very tense, Harold."

Harold sighed and leaned into the hand gently rubbing his neck. "Yes, I believe I am. Do you have any suggestions on how to remedy that?"

The chair creaked when Reese pulled it out and spun Harold around. Harold could never stop admiring Reese's gracefulness when he took to his knees. He wished for his bedroom where he could properly admire Reese, the way he crawled up the bed, agile and smooth. But this had to suffice for now.

Hands that could break bones gently stroked up Harold's thighs. Nimble fingers deftly unbuttoned his trousers and sneaked inside. Reese looked up, through half lidded eyes, " Yes, Harold, you know I do."
 
 
Vesta
26 May 2015 @ 09:39 pm
Fabulous daughter and two of the girls from Knockout performed live with their dance class last Saturday. Do have a look, they are seriously taking names here.





 
 
Vesta
30 March 2015 @ 05:50 pm
Daughter and the crew made it to the finals!!

Can we say YAY?

YAY!!!!

Onwards, brave dancers, onwards. The sky's the limit!!

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