I want to thank satanslut who informed me that "The Thing with Dreams" was plagiarized (with minor edits), and has been ever so helpful in this annoying/frustrating situation! I will get back to it in time, as I had had much planned for it. You keep asking in my different stories why I "hate" Clark. If I hated him I'd write him as a villain or a coward or a traitor.
UPDATE - If you have PM'd me and not gotten a reply I might not have gotten your PM. Thank you for your interest in the continuation of that story and have a nice day. I merely find Clark much less interesting than the Sullivan-Lane girls, and Lex, and most other Smallville characters.
Apparently all of them might not be getting through. Paranormal, Supernatural Diaries, Art Imitating Life, Death Is Only The Beginning, Come What May, When Past Meets Present, Like Riding A Bike, Tinseltown Rumor Mill, The Enemy Of My Enemy Chlonnor Series (ANGEL & SV, Connor/Chlor)Night Blossom, The Miracle Child, Connor Possession, Being Good Is Overrated, Meeting Sam Winchester, Twisted, Point Of No Return, Seeing Is Believing, Most Unlikely Of Places, Beware Of The Merman, Be Careful What U Wish, High Stakes, Devil On Your Shoulder, Hidden Agendas Midnight Madness When Draco becomes a dhampir Hermione discovers that she's his mate, and Blaise was only trying to help them--really, he was.
Rebecca was dressed down for the outfit wearing black skinny jeans, matching trainers and a fur-trimmed jacket.It is believed that Dean is single following relationships with Brooke Shields, Mindy Mc Cready and Playboy Playmate Samantha Torres.Author has written 405 stories for Harry Potter, Inuyasha, Pirates of the Caribbean, X-Men: The Movie, Mr. Smith, Smallville, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, Fruits Basket, Firefly, Pitch Black / Riddick, Lost, High School Musical, Angel, Spider-Man, Misc.aired its final outing - with one of the defining TV series of the 1990s ending on a cliffhanger. We'll never know what happened to Lois and Clark after that infant was dropped on their doorstep - but actor Dean Cain, who played the Man of Steel, has been up to a whole lot in the intervening years.Cain turns 50 today (Sunday, July 31) - so here's a brief precis of his weird and wonderful career across the past two decades.