monkeybard: (roseinwinter)
I'm not one to do thoughtful year-in-review posts. I mean, do I really want to walk down memory lane? Not especially. On the whole, 2013 didn't suck, nor did it rock. It was...good. I danced and climbed and flew and wrote. I went to the wedding of two dear friends who a year earlier couldn't have been legally wed. I saw some friends who I love and didn't see other friends who I love. Those are some highlights. (I will not mention lowlights as I do my best not to remember them. Never ask me my most embarrassing moment; I genuinely do not remember it.)

My highest highlight of 2013: I performed a role that I had been wanting to play for a quarter of a century in my all-time favourite Shakespeare play. As Sanafi Monkey put it, I got to play "The third most evil woman in all of Shakespeare." :-D The run of the show was a pleasure and a privilege, and I will always treasure the memories and the friendships of this particular summer in the parks.

Happy 2014, everyone. Let's hope it's a good one!
monkeybard: (summer solstice)
Roses Red and White (BBC-verse)
Author: MonkeyBard
Rating: PG
Summary: John provides unexpected inspiration.
Characters: Sherlock Holmes, John Watson
Warnings: Non-graphic descriptions of murders
Genres: Slash
Word count: 439
Date: 22 July 2013
Prompt: The Bard: We can't have a challenge without a little Shakespeare. Use a quote, a reference, or the man himself - it's all up to you.
A/N: I really wanted to use "more of your conversation would infect my brain" (Coriolanus, II, i), but in this scene, there's no Anderson for Sherlock to insult. ;-) Maybe, if this story has a sequel, I'll get the chance.


"The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers," muttered John... )

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