02 Jan 2006
"He's left suspended in mid air, unable to stop it happening again."
Updated: 11 Jun 2005; Published: 11 Jun 2005
This was just so poignant. Poor Rodney. You captured his *need* to solve problems, which is such and integral part of his character. I can just see him responding in these way to the deaths of those close to him.
And I always wondered what "so long Rodney" was supposed to mean too.
Author's Response: Thanks for commenting. I *still* wonder what 'so long Rodney' was supposed to mean!
John's horrified by what he's seeing.
Updated: 07 Oct 2005; Published: 07 Oct 2005
Nice. I can see this conversation happening, and it made me grin. Thanks. I can sympathise with the thought of seeing a poor coffee abused in such a way. Damn, I can't even drink the stuff with milk in...
Author's Response: Ahh... so you're one of *those* people. ;) Glad you like and thanks for the FB! :)
No one should ever discourage a child from something safe that gives him joy. At a village celebration, Rodney Mckay finds something he thought he'd lost forever.
Updated: 31 Mar 2006; Published: 30 Mar 2006
Aww! That was lovely. I really do want to give *that* music teacher a piece of my mind :)
And what a perfect way for Rodney to discover the music he thought he lost. Sheppard's line about that he should have expected something like that was just brilliant
Author's Response: Why, thank you! :) Yeah, I liked that line, too.