"In winter here no heart could mourn for summer or for spring. No blemish or sickness or deformity could be seen in anything that grew upon the earth. On the land of Lórien, there was no stain."
AnonymousSurprise beautiful person! Once you get this you must put it into at least 8 peoples ask box (anon) who deserves it. If you break the chain nothing bad will happen but its nice to know that someone thinks your beautiful inside and out
Aww thank you! I will do it soon. :)
"You’ve been through so much together.
It seems like ages ago when you first cracked her open, flipped past the small print mumbo jumbo, and read that first sentence. Maybe you knew you’d like it or maybe you judged that first page harshly, playing hard to get, eyeing the others on the shelf, seeing if this puppy was really worth your time.
But then you got sucked in.
Characters grew and a few chapters ended with cliffhangers that kept you up much too late. You laughed as you flipped and flipped on a long flight, your eyes welled at the cottage, and you cozied up through big scenes under an old blanket on the front porch.
When you’re right near the end of the book, you feel the anticipation pulsing. As you sit still in absolute perfect silence, it’s amazing how your mind is racing, your heart is pumping, and your ears tune out the world around you. Maybe you put the book down to go to the bathroom or grab a glass of water, trying to guess the ending just before you read it: Will she find her mother, will he admit how he feels, will Gryffindor win the house cup?
Maybe you savor those last few pages, maybe you race right through them, or maybe anticipation gets the best of you and you flip right to the end. Either way, pretty soon you’re closing that book with a satisfying shut and adding it to the freshly read pile on your shelf.
Finishing a book makes you feel good.
You’re almost there.
Neil Pasricha, The Book of Awesome
"When you’re right near the end of the book"
Chronicles of Narnia - The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe - Scenery