Characters: Jim/Pam, Michael/Holly
Rating: PG, at the very most.
Spoilers: up to Business Ethics
Summary: Michael navigates his way though the day and tries not to fall in love or set himself on fire.
Author's Notes: Written for Tesserae. My assignment was the episode Business Ethics. I have to give truck loads of thanks to Morning Angel and Blanca for their unbelieveably helpful last minute and amazingly quick betas. The kind that saved my hide. Any remaining tinkering faults are completely my own. I also want to acknowledge xoxoxo and Callisto for their infinte patience regarding my panic about... well. They know. And finally, the SPC for being so gracious as to invite me, even though I haven't written any Office fic in a billion years.
( No! Nothing! Nothing, Michael. Just saying hi.Collapse )
Quick thoughts on The Office and 30 Rock, spoilers for tonight, obvs:
( crazy putty! crazy putty!Collapse )
Okay, I have a ton of things to do before bed. Only 7days till I'm on a plane for South Africa. Woo! Lions and Elephants and Cheetahs, oh my!
ETA: Ugh, my is my LJ cut in grey?
Title: This is how it works
Characters: Michael/Holly, Dwight
Word Count: 1017
Summary: Michael misses Holly and Dwight comes by to offer a little (tech) support.
Disclaimer: These characters belong to someone else. Obviously. Title from Regina Spektor
AN: This was maybe going to be a series, but I’m lucky I managed to write anything at all, so I’m not making myself any promises.
Hemingway was once challenged to write a story in only six words. His response? “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.” He is believed to have called it his greatest literary work ever. Can you write a story in six words?
These were my answers (yes, I got carried away):
They danced, even at the end.
The tether broke; she was free.
His ghost revealed the whole truth.
Birds wept; she burned the telegram.
Thanks for the challenge, Doll!