Go into your journal. Find the 42nd entry. Copy, paste, post. This is the meaning of your life.
So here's #42. Seems thinking about Methos and fic is the meaning of my life! Why am I not surprised?
From April of 2006:
I was talking with Nin before she went to work yesterday about how these new stories I'm writing are different in mood than the Bloodties stories I normally write. It took me a bit to pin it down, but I think the big difference is that these are from the perspective of everyday life. They aren't adventures, no sword fights -- for the most part.
Something that I've thought of from time to time when watching Highlander is what's a normal life for an Immortal? Not all of them are like Duncan, having constant adventures. Every so often you get a glimpse of the other side of the coin. The de Valicourts come to mind most readily. They seem to live a fairly normal life. Or Methos when he tells Duncan that he's been out of the Game for two hundred odd years. I know there are other examples, but I can't recall them off hand. So what's it like to be an Immortal, and have a career, like being a doctor, with mostly mortal friends? Maybe answering that question is what keeps me writing. [shrug]
Yeah, I'm rambling all over the place today, aren't I?
(and there were zero comments on this back then, so maybe I'll do better this time around!)