02 June 2010 @ 12:37 pm
Clan Mitchell Not-A-Kinkmeme  
Because I am starting to, very tentatively, get my writing mojo back, and because everything I am writing is eight thousand billion million words long, and because we were talking about running a Clan Mitchell thing-a-thon a while back and then we all kind of wandered off ooh shiny, I thought it might be cool to do a Clan Mitchell not-a-kinkmeme. (By which I mean, the prompts and responses can be porn or not-porn based on individual preference.)

The way it works is nice and simple:

-- Leave a prompt. It can be simple or detailed; it can specify characters or not. (The only thing that [personal profile] ivorygates and I ask is that there be nothing with things we're actively working on for others to write, so no Gedulah or any of IG's active storylines. Sidestories from Roll With It are cool by me, but not anything more future than what's been written so far; Gedulah's out, since there's a lot more canon than what people have seen.) One prompt per comment; multiple comments are fine!

-- Browse around the prompts, and if one strikes your fancy, fill it. (Both prompts and fills can be anonymous or logged-in. There can be more than one fill for a prompt. In fact, the more the merrier!)

-- Repeat until we all get bored.

Prompts should revolve around the Clan in some way, whether being Cam or Cammie's version. If you've got a specific 'verse in mind (Broken Wings/Howling/Roll With It, "mainline" Cammieverse, Mezzanine), include that in the prompt. If it's "any Mitchell-containing universe", you don't need to specify.

Prompts and fills with OpenID are welcome, and if somebody who's not mostly avoiding LJ wants to post a link in [livejournal.com profile] clanmitchell please feel free :)
 
 
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greenbirds[personal profile] greenbirds on June 3rd, 2010 12:40 am (UTC)
Cammie (whichever one) and Momma: grocery lists
ladyyueh: Camshaft[personal profile] ladyyueh on June 6th, 2010 01:03 am (UTC)
I place all the blame on [personal profile] staranise
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Cammie learned how to shop in her Momma's arms, then at her knees. Clothing, for children and adults of all sizes. Craft stuff, yarn, fabrics, and other odds and ends needed to keep hands busy and young minds occupied.

Food.

Cammie learned how to buy enough food to feed an army through a siege. (The family through Christmas.)

Only thing was, Cammie's Momma never taught her how to buy for one.

So, she bought more than she needed for herself and cooked. The smells filled her kitchen and her house and settled the ache that called for family around the table and hearth.

She froze some of it, but having it meant she called her team over, fed and watered them, mothered them as she'd been brought up to do. She brought baked goods to the SGC and used it to bribe the techs for gossip or as comfort for someone's hurts.

No, Cammie never had to shop for one, she's never even cooked for a singular soul, and she's grateful she's never had to learn.


Edited 2010-06-06 01:04 am (UTC)
Lis[personal profile] staranise on June 6th, 2010 02:10 am (UTC)
Oooh, that's beautiful.
ladyyueh: GARLIC[personal profile] ladyyueh on June 6th, 2010 02:44 am (UTC)
Thank you.

The bunny was quick and merciful.
Bella's 10 Forward[personal profile] bellawishing on June 6th, 2010 08:32 pm (UTC)
I remember
when my sisters all grew up and it was my mom, my daddy and me-3 instead of 8, and how it took forever for my mom to cook for so few people at a time. I still overdo it when we have company..learned it my mom's knee...lol
ladyyueh: scarecrow. hi[personal profile] ladyyueh on June 6th, 2010 09:10 pm (UTC)
Re: I remember
The best responses that I ever get are when someone says "I understand/I've lived that" and that's the best compliment ever.

And I am learning how to cook for one. It's hard, especially when there are lots of left overs that I can't finish. It's so much cheaper to cook for more than one, too.

Thanks.
myystic[personal profile] myystic on June 7th, 2010 12:48 am (UTC)
Way I was raised, I can either cook for 2 or 20. Having to feed some number in between is always hit or miss: I'm either running out of everything or I managed way too much.

But this? So very believable.
ladyyueh: cindy[personal profile] ladyyueh on June 7th, 2010 04:16 am (UTC)
*laughs* Been there! Tend to prefer way too much when cooking for a group. then you can just send people home with the leftovers.

I'm glad it rang true for you!

Thanks.