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Author has written 9 stories for Lord of the Rings, and Doctor Who.
Hello, readers. Thank you for visiting my profile. Down below are my stories and updating plans.
Expect short but regular updates every Friday through out the school year.
A Ring of Endless Light:
Is currently being re-vamped, fixed, made to flow better, and will hopefully make more sense when the editing is finish. There might be an update on Christmas, but don't quote me on it.
GLORFINDEL: A Complete Owner's Guide and Experience:
Might be revamped after finals. The third chapter is on the way though.
Learning how to Dance in the Rain:
The third chapter is on the way as well. Submission date is unknown.
The Traveler's Guide to the Universe:
Four chapter might-and this is a big might here-might be done before the start of the school year. If not, then it most likely won't be put up until the end of my senior year.
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This is a story about God that I honestly believe, though it did not happen to me.
A teenage girl about 17 named Diane had gone to visit some friends one evening and time passed quickly as each shared their various experiances of the past year. She ended up staying longer than planned, and had to walk home alone. She wasn't afraid because it was a small town and she lived only a few blocks away.
As she walked along under the tall elm trees, Diane asked God to keep her safe from harm and danger. When she reached the alley, which was a short-cut to her house, she decided to take it. However, halfway down the alley she noticed a man standing at the end as though he were waiting for her. She became uneasy and began to pray, asking for God's protection. Instantly a comforting feeling of quietness and security wrapped around her, she felt as though someone was walking with her. When she reached the end of the alley, she walked right past the man and arrived home safely.
The following day, she read in the newspaper that a young girl had been raped in the same alley just twenty minutes after she had been there. Feeling overwhelmed by this tragedy and the fact that it could have been her, she began to weep. Thanking the Lord for her safety and to help this young woman, she decided to go to the police station. She felt she could recognize the man, so she told them her story. The police asked her if she would be willing to look at a lineup to see if she could identify him. She agreed and immediately pointed out the man she had seen in the alley the night before.
When the man was told he had been identified, he immediately broke down and confessed. The officer thanked Diane for her bravery and asked if there was anything they could do for her. She asked if they would ask the man one question. Diane was curious as to why he had not attacked her. When the policeman asked him, he answered, "Because she wasn't alone. She had two tall men walking on either side of her."
Amazingly, whether you believe it or not, you're never alone. Did you know that 98 percent of teenagers will not stand up for God, and 93 percent of the people that read this won't repost it?
If you believe in Jesus Christ, copy and paste this on your profile.
Getting an abortion is killing someone who never got to live. Don't kill a life, save one. If you don't believe in abortions, copy and paste this into your profile.
Thranduil is not a tyrant, okay?! I refuse to read stories where he is portrayed as such. He was just being a good king. If you still don't believe me, read The Hobbit again. Tolkien writes that 'if the king had a weakness it was for treasure' not for beating up his subjects. In addition, he succours the Men of the Lake in their need, and Bilbo is willing to die for him. Moreover, do you really think Legolas would have been alright if he had been abused during his childhood? I rest my case!
Arwen did not rescue Frodo in the "Fellowship of the Ring" movie. She is not a warrior and Hadafang does not belong to her. Glorfindel is the one who rescued Frodo, but of course, he wasn't given the credit. As stated below, the ridiculous concept of Arwen being the hero is just a figment of our imaginations set in place by Peter Jackson.
Éowyn does not deserve all the credit for slaying the Witch-King. I'm not downgrading her bravery for fighting the Witch-King, for she was brave, but she would be dead if it weren't for Merry, who deserves most of the credit. Tolkien declared that any sword that touched the Nazgûl immediately failed. But Merry stabbed the Witch-King with the Númenórean blade, which made him mortal, thus allowing Éowyn to make the final stroke. If it weren't for Merry, the Witch-King would not have become mortal, which means he would never have been able to be killed. Éowyn wasn't able to kill him because she was a woman, as the movies so aptly put it; she was able to kill him because he was finally made mortal by the Hobbit. After made mortal, any person, whether it'd be Man, Elf, Dwarf, or Hobbit, with a stroke of luck, would have been able to kill him, not *only* a woman. Therefore, *Merry* deserves just as much credit as Éowyn.
Galadriel is not a goddess. Nor is she all-knowing or all-powerful. She is an Elf and, like the rest of us, has her flaws. She does not have magical powers that will make everything okay again, contrary to belief. Yes, she has her Ring. Yes, that enhances some of her abilities. But does it turn her into a goddess? Absolutely not. She rarely uses it to boot. Besides being an Elf and the Lady of Lothlórien, she is also a mother, a grandmother, and a wife - things that mostly get forgotten about.
Oropher is not a tyrant. Plain and simple. Strict/stern? Yes. Proud? Yes. A bit harsh at times? Yes. Abusive to his son or others? No. A good father and a good king? Yes. How would Thranduil be such a good king if he was traumatized as a child because of his father's actions against him? Just saying. Would you want to invoke the wrath of Oropher or meet him in a dark alley though? Absolutely not.
Haldir did not die at Helm's Deep. Did Tolkien kill him off? No. His death in "The Two Towers" movie is just a figment of our imaginations set in place by Peter Jackson.
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Now I sit me down in school
If scripture now the class recites,
Our hair can be purple, orange or green,
For praying in a public hall
We’re allowed to cuss and dress like freaks,
We can elect a pregnant Senior Queen,
We can get our condoms and birth controls,
It’s scary here I must confess,