We, the Sparky Army, decree 2008 to be the Year of the Spark. We pledge to post a new sparky story or chapter of a sparky story every day from January 1, 2008 to December 31, 2008. Though the Powers that Be have removed Elizabeth Weir from the regular cast of Stargate Atlantis, we feel that she remains an integral part of the show, and that the relationship between her and John Sheppard is too obvious to be ignored. We hope that you, and anyone might happen to read these works, agree.

And if that isn't official enough for you, we don't know what is. Seriously, guys, we're just trying to have some fun--and show TPTB that Sparky is the way to go. So sit back and enjoy the 366 stories coming your way!

Dear Readers,

Once again, I have to admit I was too lazy to write something long, so my brain conjured this up. I am not in a very good mood right now, and I think this is awful. I hope you don't think so. Anyhoo...ah, I'm too tired. Just read, plz...

Best Regards from a Bookworm (and SGA SPARKY! fan),

Miss Pookamonga ;-P

Don't Mention It


She turned and looked.

"There's nothing but rain and seawater."

He chuckled lightheartedly, and she turned her head back towards him and raised an eyebrow.

"What?" he said, still grinning ridiculously like a little schoolboy.

She felt her lips inadvertently curl into a slight grin at that irresistible charming attitude of his. "What?"

"I just asked you that!"

She let out a tiny chuckle of her own. "Well, what do you want me to look at?"

To her surprise, he just turned his head to stare back out the window and shrugged. "Nothing. I just like how you react to me teasing you."

She had definitely not been expecting that.

"Excuse me?"

He grinned yet again, but this time the grin was a bit shyer, she noticed. And he refused to look at her. "It's..."

"What?" she asked again, crossing her arms in confusion towards his odd behavior.


Her eyes widened as he continued to avoid her gaze and stare intently out at the driving rain. For a minute, she ran the moment through her mind once again, trying to comprehend what he had just said. Had he really said that?

"Uhh...thanks?" she finally muttered, blushing profusely and feeling terribly awkward.

"Don't mention it."