Ellynn11/11/14 12:57 pm65: I doSigned

Ha-ha, terrified Aragorn! :) Nicely done. :)


I wasn't in panic on my wedding (in fact, I was relatively relaxed), but I have to admit that I don't remember much of what the registrar was talking about - I was a little nervous in those particular moments! :)

Nieriel Raina02/22/10 08:15 am30: Before it was brokenSigned
Oh this is delightful, Linda! Nicely done.

One pickie:

The vase will be most useful for my sitting room, as I love to always have flowers about me. (You left out the word 'be' there! ;)

Author's Response: I'm pleased you enjoyed this and a big thank you for pointing out the typo. I'll fix it now.

Michelle04/26/09 09:31 pm11: A Dainty DishSigned
A most enjoyable ficlet (which reminds my that I still have some mushrooms in the freezer from last season)! And it illustrates that food is a very good way to bring different peoples and cultures together.

Author's Response: Thank you, I'm pleased you enjoyed it.

Michelle04/02/09 09:21 pm10: Playing with FireSigned
Oh, that's truly a hard choice to make for Aragorn - coddle his child and spare him the hurt (for now at least) or teach him a lesson that will hurt both of them in the process. In this way, though, at least someone was keeping an eye on Eldarion - in a worth case scenario he would have been alone, and let's not imagine that!!

Author's Response: It is indeed a hard choice here for Aragorn. Many thanks for your much appreciated review.

Michelle02/27/09 09:27 pm9: The Vase that was BrokenSigned
ROFTL. I think I remember reading this on the list. You're not making Aragorn's life as a husband easy! It seems he's facing the same challenges every married man has to overcome:)

Author's Response: I doubt being married to such a special lady as Arwen is easy,but I'm sure Aragorn thinks it is worth it!Many thanks for reviewing.

Michelle01/28/09 09:23 pm8: More haste,less speedSigned
Ha, the poor men! But the best of it was Faramir being totally prepared with presents, and Aragorn remembering at the last possible moment that he's been away which should probably result in presents for his family. That's the kind of men who buys you a pan for christmas:)

Author's Response:

Many thanks for your much appreciated review.I fear Aragorn is a typical man here. I hope he never buys Arwen a pan or she might throw it at him!

Michelle08/14/08 08:32 pm7: Let Sleeping Kings lieSigned

*grins* That image is priceless. Even without the shawl and the bonnet it's hilarious, but those two items certainly improve the whole thing even more!

*giggles madly*

Michelle01/22/08 09:23 pm6: Partners in CrimeSigned
LOL, I guess between us two we have enough pets to know how much mischief they can get into. Although, it would also have been fun to see Nimrodel chew on a) the hilt of Anduril, b) on his good old ranger coat or c) on Arwen's toe. I'm not sure Faramir could have saved such a situation:)

Author's Response: Many thanks for your much appreciated review. You are giving me new plot ideas if I return to Nimrodel in future.

Amarok12/15/07 08:58 pm1: Morning has BrokenSigned
Nice little scenes out of everyday life :-). I especially enjoyed 'Partners in crime' (I liked the try of Eldarion to blame guilt on the dog, and how Aragorn responds - great way to teach about responsibility) and 'Let sleeping kings lie' - simply because it was fun to read :-).

Author's Response: Many thanks for your much appreciated review. I'm delighted you are enjoying theses stories.

Eleiel11/03/07 03:15 pm7: Let Sleeping Kings lieSigned
Haha! entertainment indeed, I loved it! Thank you so much for sharing it!

Author's Response: Thank you so much.I'm delighted you enjoyed it.

Michelle09/30/07 03:55 pm5: The Gift of DawnSigned
I remember this from the list, but I hadn't read the EE yet. You captured this special moment beautifully. Births are always a bit magical, and it shone through here.

Author's Response: Thanks, Michelle. I'm pleased you liked it. I agree births are magical.

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