Summary: John just wants to sleep in. (A beach house story.)
Summary: Sometimes she thinks of cutting it short. Sparring is when she usually thinks of it, though to call it thinking is to credit it too much -- just a wordless wish for it to be gone. But some days it just won't stay pulled back, and it flies in her face and clings to her sweat, gets in her eyes.
Summary: Teyla remembers sitting high up on her father's shoulders, small hands fisted in a cloud of dark curls, her own hair braided so tightly it made her scalp ache.
Summary: They'd picked him up hours after he'd been released from the stakes, and had immediately started treating the bites topically. It never even occurred to John that there'd be a problem later.
Summary: He's already late, yet he sits, kneading the steering wheel. John Sheppard, big hero. He's faced countless enemies, but none as formidable as his own fears and insecurities.
Summary: It's poker night on Atlantis, and Todd has a lot of offer. Ronon has a bran muffin.
Summary: Rodney's only half out of his suit, and he's drenched with sweat and his arm's covered with blood and he winces when John grabs his elbow, but he doesn't complain. John whispers again, "Goddamn, Rodney."
Summary: John never expected it to happen, but he had always imagined that if it did, the setting would some sort of extreme circumstance, a life or death situation. Remix of Controlled Descent.