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O The Fox Went Out on a Chilly Night  by Lindelea 5 Review(s)
BodkinReviewed Chapter: 6 on 3/3/2007
Eglantine will regret taking that nap! And learn to be much more suspicious about the activities of small hobbits.

Author Reply: I figure it's excellent training for her to have before Pippin's arrival!

AndreaReviewed Chapter: 6 on 2/27/2007
Wonderful story, Lindelea!

That's our Merry, indeed! Always planning things, with the maps in his mind! I wonder how far he'll make it! I'd like to see the looks on the old Mayor's face when confronted with the little hobbit lad, though. But, who knows?

I also liked it that more than once Merry wanted his Frodo to be there, and I would very much appreciate it if that would come true.

I'm looking forward to reading more!

Author Reply: Thanks! Ah, yes, Merry and maps. Sort of go together, don't they?

You know, it's just possible that Frodo will get dragged into this...

harrowcatReviewed Chapter: 6 on 2/26/2007
It is only quarter to nine in the morning but I wish someone would let me sneak back into bed for a nap instead of dashing off to work! Loved this Lindelea.

Author Reply: It's a quarter to eleven (at night) here, and I'm about to sneak into bed. Lovely feeling.


LarnerReviewed Chapter: 6 on 2/25/2007
How wonderful to see something new, Lindelea! And poor Eglantine, thinking the two lads are sleeping. Not with young master Merry about, I fear. Now, how far will he managed to get?

Author Reply: Hmm. I wonder just how far a small hobbit would be likely to get? He's got a good idea of direction, but his grasp of distance is rather lacking.

DreamflowerReviewed Chapter: 6 on 2/25/2007
*grin* How lovely to find still more of this.

I do so love this glimpse of the always-thinking, long-range planning Merry. He's just so adorable here, making all his little schemes--but based on the faulty information and overly optimistic outlook of a very small child!

*giggle* I love the thought of all those who are listening to this, and what they are thinking about it, LOL!

Author Reply: Yes, I find very small children often overly optimistic.

Youngest wanted to take apart the antique pump organ yesterday, and again today, to repair the mouse damage (mice have chewed one of the cords going from pedals to bellows), and I intercepted the screwdriver just in time. The child is determined to "fix great-grandma's organ" so that it can be played properly once more.

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