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Subject:Fluffy happy drabble
Time:12:55 pm
"So, this is it."

Wilson stepped aside and let House into the apartment. Bare walls, functional furniture, minimalist in design and spotless in housekeeping.

House nodded. It's you, he thought. "Right. Back to my place, then?"

Wilson grinned. "No, let's stay here. Besides, I have something you'll like."

For five seconds he was out of House's sight, and the stark absence of anything to watch made Greg notice the scent lingering in the air. It's you, he thought, and relaxed.

"Here it is." Wilson held an acoustic guitar aloft like football he'd punt in a moment.
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Subject:Wilson in Therapy - 6
Time:09:28 pm
Title: It wasn't relevant.
Series: Wilson in Therapy
Author: Renoir-girl.livejournal.com
Series beginning: http://brenginee.livejournal.com/21037.html
Characters: Wilson, House, therapist, parents, brother
Rating: G
Spoilers: Takes place between season two and season three, so includes spoilers for "No Reason"
Summary: Wilson tells his therapist about a trip home to see his mother.
Disclaimer: Wilson is not a character I created, but was created by David Shore and the writers of House, MD. The rest in this piece is inferred by the characters and situations presented in the series.
Notes: massive thanks to cocoajava and autumnfaerie for honest reading feedback.
Concrit, or any feedback, welcome.
Links
  1. Wilson in Therapy - 1
  2. I Care, I'm Pathetic
  3. God, We Must be Fun at Parties
  4. What's the Differential for Horndogging?
  5. She made me feel funny. Good.
  6. It Wasn't Relevant



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Time:12:55 pm
Title: She made me feel funny. Good.
Series: Wilson in Therapy
Author: Renoir-girl.livejournal.com
Series beginning: http://brenginee.livejournal.com/21037.html
Characters: Wilson and the women in his life
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: het
Summary: Before Wilson gave in to the therapeutic process, he wasn't so self-reflective.
Disclaimer: Wilson is not a character I created, but was created by David Shore and the writers of House, MD. The rest in this piece grew from my imagination.
Notes: Thanks to my beta, cocoajava.
Concrit, or any feedback, welcome.
Links
  1. Wilson in Therapy - 1
  2. I Care, I'm Pathetic
  3. God, We Must be Fun at Parties
  4. What's the Differential for Horndogging?
  5. She made me feel funny. Good.
  6. It Wasn't Relevant


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Subject:Wilson in Therapy - 4
Time:05:44 pm
Title: What's the Differential for Horndogging?
Series: Wilson in Therapy
Author: Renoir-girl.livejournal.com
Series beginning: http://brenginee.livejournal.com/21037.html
Pairing: None, though this piece concerns Wilson, includes House, and refers to the women in Wilson's life
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: implied het
Summary: Wilson is preoccupied with his own issues after starting counseling.
Disclaimer: House and Wilson are not characters I created, nor are their histories mine. Princeton-Plainsboro Hospital is not a setting I created. The rest grew from my imagination.
Notes: Massive thanks to autumnfaerie for medical information and to cocoajava for beta-reading.
Feedback: gets me to write more...
Links
  1. Wilson in Therapy - 1
  2. I Care, I'm Pathetic
  3. God, We Must be Fun at Parties
  4. What's the Differential for Horndogging?
  5. She made me feel funny. Good.


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Subject:Wilson in Therapy - 3
Time:05:40 pm
Title: God, we must be fun at parties.
Series: Wilson in Therapy
Author: Renoir-girl.livejournal.com
Series begins: http://brenginee.livejournal.com/21037.html
Pairing: Wilson and House (platonic)
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: none really, a pinch of UST but not more than you'd find in the show.
Spoilers: Action takes place directly after "Euphoria II" and refers to elements of that episode.
Summary: Wilson seeks distraction the day following "I Care, I'm Pathetic" (Wilson in Therapy-2)
Disclaimer: House and Wilson are not characters I created, nor are their histories mine. House's home is not a setting I created. The rest grew from my imagination.
Notes: Massive thanks to autumnfaerie for inspiring the House-snark and to cocoajava for beta-reading.
Links
  1. Wilson in Therapy - 1
  2. I Care, I'm Pathetic
  3. God, We Must be Fun at Parties
  4. What's the Differential for Horndogging?
  5. She made me feel funny. Good.


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Subject:I care, I'm pathetic.
Time:11:11 am
Title: I care, I'm pathetic.
Author: renoir_girl
Rating: PG-13
Summary: Wilson spends some time almost-but-not-quite alone, is there for an old friend.
Spoilers: none

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  1. Wilson in Therapy - 1
  2. I Care, I'm Pathetic
  3. God, We Must be Fun at Parties
  4. What's the Differential for Horndogging?
  5. She made me feel funny. Good.


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Subject:Wilson in Therapy
Time:08:14 pm
Title: If you'd go to a shrink, I'd pay for it myself.
Fandom: House, M.D.
Author: renoir_girl
Rating: PG-13 (adult themes)
Summary: Wilson is ordered to see a counselor.
Spoilers: Through "House Vs. God"
Feedback is welcome. If you want to link to this, go ahead, but let me know.
Links
  1. Wilson in Therapy - 1
  2. I Care, I'm Pathetic
  3. God, We Must be Fun at Parties
  4. What's the Differential for Horndogging?
  5. She made me feel funny. Good.

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This is my first fic in the House, M.D. 'universe.' I have tried to stick to cannon where we know the facts, but this has a lot of speculation. If there are obvious errors, please let me know. I've seen most if not all of the episodes at least once, but my memory isn't foolproof.

Because there's so much speculation, this might be pretty dated and, by next year, completely outdated. But until I have to start retconning it, I might actually continue with further 'therapy sessions.'
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Time:07:40 pm
is suggestivity a word? Anywhere?
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Subject:Wednesday/Thursday writing exercise
Time:06:59 am
You know, I would never do anything in the world to hurt my little girl. She is just so precious to me. When she was a little girl, she was my best friend. She used to sit at the end of my bed and listen to me with just the sweetest look on her little face while I told her about my day and that horrible man who was my boss. Och. To you know, he used to stand over my shoulder and claim he was looking at what I was doing, but I know he was looking at my chest. He used to make these horrible remarks to me, but my sweet little Norah would just say to me, "Don't worry Mama, I will let that bad man hurt you." I mean, isn't that just the sweetest thing?

She was such a good little helper, too. There were a lot of years there when I just wasn't like myself, before I got put on this Zo-loft from my doctor, and she would clean the house and make sure the garbage got taken out on time and make dinner every night--And the little thing couldn't have been more than 10 years old. She was such a good little helper and you know I love and treasure her so much.

The thing I don't understand now is her trying to leave. Why would she do that? She's only just now big enough and strong enough to really do some things around the house, and here she wants to leave. I don't know about you, but that just strikes me as ungrateful. Here I put a roof over her head for all of those years, paid for her to go to swimming lessons, made sure she stayed clean and well-fed... why, I don't know how she got to be so ungrateful. At least I can call her every day. I just don't know what I would do without that sweet, precious little face to talk to.



Write a monologue in which a character describes him/herself (I will pretend this is a female character from now on just for ease of writing out the exercise), her nature rather than her appearance. As her description develops, begin to make clear that her self-portrait is not accurate. She might, for instance, speak in a self-congratulatory tone about her humility, or she might mention events in her life to prove that she is a terrible person, when in fact they show she was justified in her actions. Remember Huck Finn's self-accusatory description of himself as a bad person for hiding his friend Jim, the slave.

By the way, all of these exercises are coming from The Writer's Idea Book by Jack Heffron.
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Subject: Wednesday's exercise
Time:05:57 am
Pepper Abbott describes Matt Court

Oh yeah! Matt is my preceptor for theology one-oh-one. He's funny. He wears these wild ties. Really, like, psychedelic patterns and bright colors. I love them. And he's, like, totally into his hair. I mean, he gets into the subjects; he'll actually teach and lead discussion, and but when he's waiting for someone to answer a question, he'll run his fingers through his hair. I'm sorry I'm laughing so hard--that just always hits me. He's downright gorgeous, though. He obviously stays fit--I mean, that's not real common for a theology guy, right? Beautiful smile. Brown eyes, blond hair. It's even feathered! Oh god, I'm sorry, there I go again. I really like Matt! Why can't I stop laughing at him?

But, yeah, he does care about the stuff. He sure has me thinking. No, I don't think I'm going to change who I think God is based on what he has said--and he has some pretty wild ideas--but, I'm thinking about things I'd never thought of before.

Oh, and I was so nervous, I mean, like, really nervous about my first theology paper. It was just a short one, like five pages I think, and double-spaced, so, you know, not long or anything. And he was really nice to me and he actually read it and gave me some ideas about it so I could before I turned it in. I mean, before I even turned it in the first time! Wow. That was, like, so nice. I mean, wasn't it?

But, you know, it is a class. Oh! Did you know he lives in my dorm? I, like, I just found that out last night! Wild!


Arthur Paul Edwards describes Matt Court

I've met Matt few times. Good guy. Can't say I've had a whole lot of discussions with him, but I've been to his place lots of times. I think that's the first time in my life I've known someone to get a beer delivery to a dorm room. But, it has been awhile since college. I don't know what they do now. But, he seems pretty solid. I suppose if it was up to me to decide whether or not to deliver beer to his room, I would decide it would be fine.

The good part, though, about going up to his place for cheap beer night is the museum. Every time I go I hope they have a new acquisition. I think I could spend hours up there. You've seen it, right? You really gotta go. Actually, Matt told me how he got it started. He was in this antique store in Louisville and found five of the original pieces there. He got the idea for a museum just because he was amazed that such gaudy stuff could be both attractive and useful in its religiosity. He decided on the criteria for the museum then, bought only those pieces that fit the criteria, and set it up as soon as he got back to campus. Now, I had to like that. Good guy.
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