Sort of like our weather now!I enjoyed this story, as I do all of your work. This is going to be a boring day of meetings and classes, but you've given me something interesting to think about
from time to time!
Author's Response: Thanks, Lisse. It's nice to get a review during this boring weather, especially for a story that's been locked up in the Minas Tirith archives for so long. Please let me know if you'd like me to Email you the actual recipe. Thanks again for your time and interest.
I like this story as I understand Arwen's grumpiness all to well as Winter certainly does not bring out to the best in me, I am definately more of a spring/summer/autumn kind of gal, I look forward to reading the next chapter! :)
Author's Response: I hate the short days of winter too. December, January and the first half of February are the worst for me. It seemed to me that since Arwen had spent most of her long life where the weather was idyllic (Rivendell and Lothlorien) she would be most unaccustomed to Gondorian winters. By mid-February, she would surely be most impatient for spring's arrival. What a disappointment it would seem to her, I reasoned, if the weather got especially foul a month before the Vernal Equinox.
Thanks for reviewing. The concluding chapter will appear soon.
Cool! Sounds like Freida's idea just might work.
Author's Response: This story is partially based on a dish I recently served to one of my friends when the weather was cold and rainy and we were both in the mood for a hot meal. I actually got the idea for the dish from an Italian sausage commercial on TV, although I substituted kielbasa.
Thanks for reading and reviewing. I'll have the concluding chapter posted soon