I agree with Tathrin, it's a beautiful story. I love the way you portrayed Legolas. This is going on my favourites list, keep up the good work!
Author's Response: Thank you very much. I'm very pleased that you liked it. I love Legolas as an elfling, so I try hard to make him believable. Glad you like my version. What an honor. Thanks.
This is such a sweet story. Legolas giving the butterfly to his mother as a gift is amazingly cute. I think you did the young Legolas very well!
Author's Response: I love little Legolas, so I had fun writing this. I'm glad you not only liked the story, but the way I portrayed him as an elfling. Thank you.
I very rarely read Legolas, as I often find myself let down by the characterisations of Thranduil, but this was great. No Evil!Thranduil really makes a story wonderful, and it's a very sweet moment.
Author's Response: Thank you. I cannot abide an evil or abusive Thranduil. I don't think Legolas would be the person we know and love, if the one who raised him had been cruel.
Once again thank you. I love how you expanded on this. It truly shows the love that Legolas had for his mother, which I am sure Tolkien must have thought about in the back of his mind. Very touching and warm, and i love the family that you created, showing Thranduil as a loving father.
This is the first time I've ever read your work and what can I say...I *love* it. Now I understand why Adora raves about you all the time.
The story was simply lovely and reading about Legolas when he was a child it really cute. I think you captured his personality perfectly. Besides, it was such a pleasure to read a story where there's no Evil!Thranduil or Evil!LĂÆĂÂșnned.
Loved it, loved it, loved it!