impossible cure for an impossible sickness 2“Probably getting a tiny bit restless, I suppose.” Pippin moved over to the basket and gingerly pulled it toward him.impossible cure for an impossible sickness 2 by kaleid0sc0pes
“Restless?” Sam asked with a puzzled look. By now, everyone in the room was looking at the basket. Pippin carefully lifted the cloth to reveal something no one could have guessed in a million years. A baby.
“Oh my! It's a babe, a hobbit babe!” Sam's eyes were practically bulging out of his skull.
“That's right Sam.” Pippin tucked the cloth around the baby and lifted it out of the basket, holding it close to his chest. Sam's curiosity got the better of him, and he started pouring out questions to Frodo's cousins.
“Is he yers, Mr. Pippin? Or Mr. Merry?” Sam's excitement had peaked. I mean, a baby here in bag end? It was a lot to take in for the simple hobbit. Sam enjoyed children, he had five siblings growing up and was quite experienced with them. Pippin and Merry both shook their heads to Sam's question.
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Two hobbits sat alone in their cozy parlor.It was a rather cold and blustery evening in the middle of November, yet that didn't seem to matter to our two hobbits, Frodo Baggins and Samwise Gamgee. A fire was crackling and in each of their hands was a mug filled to the brim with warm, sweet hot chocolate. Neither of them spoke, only sipped on their drinks and melted into the warmth of the room.
It had been almost two years, yes two years Frodo thought, since his quest had come to an end. The ring had gone, along with one of his fingers, but he still felt it in his mind. As Gandalf had said, neither of his wounds were fully healed. From the spider's sting to the morgul blade that nearly pierced his heart, there were many times where he felt very ill. Although, Frodo would think it was more of a hollowness in his very being. The ring had taken his mind for so long, and a part of him died when it was destroyed. He endured it though, hobbits being
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