Summary: Rodney looked down in wonder at the bundle he was holding.
Summary: Episode tag for episode of the same name. Part of "Snacks" series. A quiet moment in the cafeteria.
Summary: Supply runs bring fresh coffee, eager scientists and headaches for McKay. They also bring interesting care packages full of unexpected surprises.
Summary: Carson watched as John sat there, furtively glancing over at the bed...
Summary: Rodney and John at Jeannie's and Jeannie and Caleb renew their vows...
Summary: John, Rodney, and Timothy visit Marie's grave. A sequel to The Neighborly Detective and the Tragic Woobie Widower.
Summary: oh, Rodney's arm-writing. the first of what I am sure will be many, many drabbles and sonnets dedicated to it. Spoilers over Tabula Rasa.
Summary: "I think maybe I'm the one who is dead and you are the one who is alone" Sheppard has gone a little insane, trapped alone in a cell. Massive Sheppard Whump. Poor muffin.
Summary: Rodney muses over his relationship with John and how others might percieve it.
City of myths and legend. With a history longer than any civilization's on Earth. And it seemed eager to show John. Every night he spent in the city, lulled to sleep by the ocean, he dreamed.
Summary: Episode tag for episode of the same name. Carson and Helena discuss alternate timelines. Part of "Snacks" series.
Summary: Part of the Snacks series but not an episode tag so much as a tag to an episode tag. Helena's comments from Snacks 13 come back to haunt her.
Summary: Episode Tag for episode of the same name. Part of the Snacks series of episode tags that take place in the cafeteria, or at least around food.
Summary: Episode tag for episode of the same name, taking place in the cafeteria. - Part of "Snacks" series.
Summary: "They were not zombies!" "They were trying to eat our brains! What more do you want?"
Summary: They were good reasons. Excellent reasons even, according to John.
That's what mattered. (kinda like an epilogue of sorts to the series: Paper Flowers)4/3
Summary: "All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn't hurt." - Charles M. Schulz.
Elizabeth discovers that when going through a massive life change, love and friends are all you need. Though a little chocolate can help as well.