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New Fic: Kindred Spirits

Kindred Spirits
Fandom: Fringe/Limitless
Rated: PG
Category: Double drabble. Gen. Humor.
Season: Any for Fringe. One for Limitless.
Spoilers: General Series Knowledge.
Summary: Buying gifts for work Secret Santa exchanges is usually hard, but sometimes you get lucky.
Disclaimer: It doesn’t take a genius to know I don’t own Fringe or Limitless.

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Oliva Dunham usually didn’t participate in the work Secret Santa thing.

She already kept far too many other secrets for that.

But Astrid had insisted this time, so she figured she’d make the best of it, even if she just bought a stranger a bunch of lottery tickets and some gift cards or something.

Then she got her name, and her misgivings fell away.

She didn’t know her recipient well, but she knew of her, and more importantly, she knew of her partner.

It was hard not to, since he supposedly made Peter look dim.

So as she finished wrapping her gift, she grinned and reached for the card she’d purchased.

She penned a short note, confident her writing wouldn’t be recognized in another department, then taped the card to her gift.

She got Astrid to deliver it.

A few days later,  the gift was opened, and though the present was certainly appreciated, it was the card that brought a laugh and was put away for inspiration later.

Because Olivia had known just the right words to send Rebecca Harris along with the bottle of liquor she’d wrapped.

Good luck with the new partner. You’re gonna need it (and this).

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