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Missteps in the Night  by Budgielover 6 Review(s)
shireboundReviewed Chapter: 1 on 3/18/2012
I just wanted you to know that I still read these stories, I still love them, and I'm so happy you wrote them.

IshaReviewed Chapter: 1 on 10/2/2006
Oh, this was just wonderful, as always.

Hee. Poor lovesick Pip... *G*

Thanks for sharing!

Queen GaladrielReviewed Chapter: 1 on 11/12/2005
Oh my word! :-) My whole body aches from so much laughter! My, what more can two little hobbits do? Wagers, accidents, soap, something to do with home brew and ill-timed poetry, crazy schemes, this...what more? Well, guess I'd better go and find out, hadn't I? I wouldn't be a bit surprised if one of these escapades led to the levelling of Elrond's house, though I think I'm sure that won't happen. I think. :-) Namarie, and God bless,

bobo bagginsReviewed Chapter: 1 on 10/17/2004
LOL! Poor Pip! Taken away from his love by those dreadful cousins! He will never forgive them for this!;)

Author Reply: I think Pip should extract revenge, don't you Bobo? Something along the lines of the old Chinese saying, "Revenge is a dish best served cold." Something he has thought about and worked on for days, maybe weeks. Here was his one chance to have a late night, intimate dinner with the object of his dreams, and his cousins spoil it! I would want REVENGE!

EllaGReviewed Chapter: 1 on 10/17/2004
Lovely! And very cute:D I love it when hobbits go amiss, Frodo gets to show the real him, and a lady saves the day!

Author Reply: "Hobbits go amiss" - what a wonderful phrase, EllaG! Suddenly I have this mental picture of Aragorn, disheavled and sweating, leaning against a closed door. He runs a shaking hand over his eyes.

"What is it, my love?" Arwen asks, rushing to him in concern.

"Hobbits," he groans. Then then something thuds against the other side of the door.

"I'll hide the biscuits," Arwen says.

Ah, little flights of silliness...

Mysterious JediReviewed Chapter: 1 on 10/17/2004
That's hilarious. I can just see the hobbits and Aragorn discussing all these little incidents after the Quest. I don't think he'd get mad at Frodo and Sam, at any rate, after their feat.

Author Reply: Hi, Mysterious Jedi! That's an interesting observation. Of course, after Sam and Frodo had recovered, things might be different. That would make a wonderful story, you know - King Elessar struggling to remember his debt to the Ring-bearer when Frodo is well enough to regain his hobbity ... er ... energy. Thank you for the review!

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