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NF-Lee's Gildor and Frodo

Announcement: Going away.

Posted on 2008.04.30 at 12:42

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Estë   (or ST for short)
este_tangletoes at 2008-05-10 19:13 (UTC) (Link)
Please excuse my tardiness in wishing you a safe journey and a delightful time with your Mum.

This is a lovely post, Mechling. I remember with great fondness the Morpheus and Iris, 1811, posted at the Harem. The Frodo’s-Harem experience was undoubtedly, for me, a once in a lifetime event. I would not have missed it for the World. Something to look back on with much pleasure.

Wishing you a safe journey home.

--Estë
Mechtild
mechtild at 2008-05-13 18:45 (UTC) (Link)
Hi, Este! I returned last night and am in the process of getting a lot of stuff done: things to go through, appointments to be met and made, birthdays celebrated, etc.

The Frodo’s-Harem experience was undoubtedly, for me, a once in a lifetime event.

Boy, is that true. The time I spent posting about LotR, heatedly and excitedly, in the movies and books forums at Tolkien Online (TORC) was truly engrossing, and it really stretched my mind and revived my discussion skilles. But my experience in the world of Frodo swoon--at TORC but especially at K-D in Frodo's Harem--was one of unique delight. There was such froth and fun to it, along with the deeper thinking, which was not there on the much more grave and serious film-and-book-discussion threads where no swooning was allowed. I felt as if I were in a sort of enchanted sisterhood that talked and talked, day and night, serious moments interspersed with cat-calls and giggle-fits. I've never been involved similarly with a group of women. I adored it.
Mechtild
mechtild at 2008-05-13 18:47 (UTC) (Link)
I meant to say that Ariel did a Frodo art manip from the 1810 "Aurora and Cephalus"--the moonlit, bluish one. Remember? I still have a copy of it.
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