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1/21/2012 c1 BakerStreetIsLastRefugeOfHope
A great story. Very well written.
7/26/2011 c1 35Gothic-Romantic99
What a sweet story. You did well to show their friendship and love for one another here. Good work with staying true to the characters. Just be sure to watch the spelling. Other than that this is an amazing story.
7/9/2011 c1 1lolyncut
I know your wrote you don't appreciate people picking apart your spelling/grammar, but, in your synopsis, you wrote tow instead of two.

I love the last part of the movie (not the book) when the friends were saying goodbye to Frodo. It was heartbreaking, as was your story. You captured the essense of their friendship. Thanks for writing this wonderful little one-shot.
6/13/2005 c1 10CreativeSprite
Aw, how adorable. I have added two new chapters to my Lilly Otter fic, and please cheak out my site, http:/dragonstarr.
4/8/2005 c1 16Entmoot
Cute, sweet, and those two are so lovable.

There were a few errors in it, but it was still good. My suggestion is use a beta-reader, but I still really like this story.

*puts it on fave list*

Love ya sis!

2/8/2005 c1 65Frodo's sister
I like this story. Your descriptions are good.
2/8/2005 c1 eiluj
Hi. This is a Public Service Announcement.

The Grey Havens (Mithlond) is an elven settlement on the mainland of Middle-earth several days' travel west of the Shire. You can locate it on the map. Cirdan the shipwright, a *very* old elf, is the ruler/administrator (we probably see him on the quay at the end of the third film; long ago, he was the one who gave Gandalf the ring Narya).

The Grey Havens is part of Middle-earth. In other words, anyone can go there. And anyone can return from the Grey Havens. When Frodo and company set sail at the end of the third film, they are sailing *from* the Grey Havens.

They are sailing *to* Valinor (the Blessed Realm, Aman, Tol Eressea - though the last is a separate island). The realm of the Ainur (Valar and Maiar - essentially angels) and elves, Valinor is not in the same dimension as Middle-earth (though it used to be). You can't get there from Middle-earth unless you have permission (and know how to build the right kind of ship).

And maybe you haven't read the books. Frodo's real reason for leaving Middle-earth was not only to keep Bilbo company, but that his own health had been ruined by the Morgul-knife and Shelob's poison. If Frodo stayed in Middle-earth, he would soon die - and he preferred his friends not to see that. Whereas in the Blessed Realm, he might find healing. [You can also add to Frodo's problems the privation he suffered in Mordor, bad memories, and feelings of guilt over claiming the Ring.]

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