//Popping in for two seconds to say
If anybody was suddenly followed by toomanymedics and then unfollowed, that’s my personal blog. Tumblr up and transferred a whole bunch of the people I was following here over to there without me doing it.
No idea what is happening.
//Next round of scheduled apologies.
I haven’t responded for days to anything and I definitely won’t do it today. I’ve reached one of those points again where my muse is just not present enough to write and I need to cut down my work list some anyways, lest I end up making people wait nearly a year for me to finish work I promised to do for them.
So sort of temporary on and off hiatus for a while, whether I like it or not. Sorry.
//Just a note.
My internet was out pretty much all of yesterday, and instead of getting some work done (like I should have!) I spent the day lounging about on the couch watching television.
I probably won’t be doing any responses or starters until the evening for me, as I really do need to get some work done at least. Sorry, guys!
Name a type of crime, and my Muse/s will reveal if they have done it.
What’s a day without Arson, Murder and Jaywalking?
"My ears are always open, even if ya just need a body to rant at about something." She answered as she hooked a finger on the edge of her scarf to tug it down. It was oddly warm in this part of the base, and breathing through thick cloth wasn’t helping. Against the pinstriped fabric her anemic flesh appeared starkly pale in contrast. "Don’t like seeing others in distress? That’s comforting coming from a medic. I’ve met and read about a couple docs who’d rather create than alleviate distress."
"Zhen I vill remember to ‘give a yell’, if I am ever in need of somevone to talk to about somezhing zhat is bozzering me." Isaak smiled, a little delighted by his own choice of wording. It’s not so surprisingly easy to amuse him in some way.
Her skin was noticeably pale, and admittedly he wondered if she was anemic, though he could, or rather would not, make any final judgement with only that educated guess. The medic was curious, but it was not really his place to ask. She was no patient of his, and after some of his previous experiences with others he had known, he felt he knew better than to voice anything to her.
"I do not know vhy zhey ever became doctors, zhen. I have not yet had zhe unfortunate luck to meet vone of zhem to ask yet, but as far as I am concerned, zhat is a good zhing."
At last I have finished all the responses I had drafted u_u
A fellow medic is nearby it seems
He can understand that some need human contact to fall asleep. Something about the closeness and affirmation of security and safety. He had seen it quite often in the later days of the war, a psychological more often than a physical thing.
He deos in fact wonder what the other man means by ‘bad time to do so’, but does not press on it. Still, sleep was vitally important and despite the other was a medic he wonders just how well the Doctor took care of himself.
"At least that is some benifit." He allows.
At least he had stopped shaking as well. Strange.
"Yes, it is at least somezing."
Isaak glances around, trying to think of something else for them to discuss.
"I do not believe, throughout this entire conversation, zhat I have observed to ask you how you ah doing today.” That sounds like a reasonable thing to switch the topic to, right? “So, I vill ask it now. How ah you doing?”
"Ja." Isaak grabbed the scout’s sleeve. "Und remember zhat I cannot run as fast as you."
"Can always carry ya if we get in a bad situation," he said in a hushed tone.
"Not very far, I imagine, und you vould not be able to move nearly as fast. Very bad idea, Liebling." The medic’s response is just as quiet, glancing around anxiously. "It is better to just not."
"Come here." Isaak laughed softly, surveying the trouble that Isaac was having with his tie. "I vill fix it für you.”
"It is Valentine’s Day.” The emphasis the medic puts on the name, almost in exasperation, is no help to Isaac, as he’s already stated that he doesn’t understand what the deal is with the holiday.
"Ah you telling me zhat you have never done anyzing für Valentine’s Day before? Or vorse zhat you have never had anyvone to do anyzing vizh on zhis holiday?"