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Tales from Vairė's Loom  by Fiondil 13 Review(s)
shireboundReviewed Chapter: 28 on 1/12/2011
"Did you ever swing in them?"

Glorfindel laughed. "No, I never did, though I wish now I had."

Oh, what a dear conversation! I wish it was longer. The Elves are so gentle with Pippin, and he helps them to remember their child-like natures.

Author Reply: Hi Shirebound. I'm glad to know you enjoyed this conversation. Sorry it wasn't longer, but that's what the Muse gave me, and I'm sure you understand that. *grin* The Elves were indeed gentle with the youngster and he in turn helped them to remember their own childhood and child-like natures. Thanks for reading and reviewing. I really appreciate it.

Erulisse (one L)Reviewed Chapter: 28 on 1/12/2011
Oh my - selective memory. In a challenge of come-uppance, I think that Celeborn just got the upper hand - LOL. I found myself laughing out loud at this tale. Just wonderful.

- Erulisse (one L)

Author Reply: Hi Erulisse. Actually, in a challenge of come-uppance, I suspect Mithrandir would have the upper hand, but Celeborn certainly comes in at a close second. *LOL* Glad you found this so amusing (the whole point of the story). Thanks for letting me know. I appreciate it greatly.

EllynnReviewed Chapter: 28 on 1/12/2011
Ah, children. :) What a sight it must've been - Galadriel swinging in Telperion and pushing Glorfindel into fountain. *laughing* But not less interesting, though, than Galadriel being "too busy glaring daggers at the unrepentant Glorfindel". *more laughing* Wouldn't it be great to be there and see it? :)

Lovely story! :)

Author Reply: Hi Ellynn. Glad you enjoyed this story. It was fun to write, especially the by-play between Glorfindel and Galadriel. Thanks for reading and reviewing. I greatly appreciate it.

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