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Summary: Aria's Decade Anniversary has come! So, to celebrate, Frodo Baggins and his friends set up a party. It's sure to be a good time!


"Do you think she's going to like this party?" Mortar asked, hiding under a blanket.

"Shh! Keep it down!" Gizzard said, hushing everyone.

"You know, I can't stay in here. I'm cramped," Clockwise said, feeling so stupid.

"Shh! Quiet! We come out when we come out," Rosalina stated, kicking Clockwise on the wing.

"Ow! Why did you hit me for?" Clockwise asked, annoyed.

"Just keep it down," Rosalina told him, peeved.

Mortar shook his head. "Lucky you, I don't have to deal with Smeagol. His ghost left me alone last week. I know my battle with him isn't over, but still… eh. Anyway, we're celebrating our decade anniversary. It couldn't be too bad."

"Let's hope not," Rosalina stated, quite perplexed.


Frodo opened the closet door. He sighed, finding Aria Breuer's sleeping form on her bed. Frodo sighed, enthralled by her presence. Aria wore a blue tank top with grey pajama bottoms, which looked really soft and comfortable. Frodo smiled, climbing into bed with her and cuddling up to her.

He growled, waking her up and leaving her pinned down to the bed. Aria breathed heavily, as Frodo proceeded to kiss her. Yes! This moment was theirs.

"Aria, I have a request for you," Frodo said, purring.

Aria nodded. "What is it?" she asked, breathing heavily.

"Why don't you come with me? It'll only be for a moment," Frodo said with a smirk. He gestured with his head. "Come on. Let's go celebrate your decade anniversary. Hmm?"

Aria chuckled. "Okay. Do I need to dress up?"

"No! Come on," Frodo said, taking Aria out of her bed and into the closet. In one swift motion, Frodo pulled Aria to the party room, where her favorite characters were, including her OCs from her Item-Insertion Parody.

"Happy Anniversary!" cried the characters.

Aria gasped, smiling and nearly in tears. They were tears of joy, but they were worth it. Aria looked at Frodo, kissing him on the lips, cuddling up next to him in moments.

"Happy Anniversary, Aria," Frodo said, smirking.

Aria chuckled. "Happy Anniversary."

"We made you a cake!" Gizzard spoke up. "And we… Clockwise! What are you doing? Not the cake!" He zipped over the red macaw, who was busy munching down on some blue and white frosted cake.

Clockwise looked up, confused. "What? I'm hungry."

Aria giggled. It was so nice to be with friends. She couldn't imagine a better day, even as Frodo wrapped her up in a warm blanket.


Thanks for reading. :)