Thursday, December 25, 2014


Darrion tagged my for the #OneLastTime Award.  Thanks you, Darrion; I appreciate it:)

The Rules;)
1. You Must be tagged to take the Q&A quiz
2. You must tag(notify)at least three other bloggers(or whatever they are on)for this Q&A
3. You must answer the following questions to the best of your ability
4. You must have seen The Battle of the Five Armies to be tagged/take the quiz

(don't read unless you have seen the movie; there will be *SPOILERS*)

1. Tell your story of how you came to see the movie(s) or got into Tolkien in the first place.
I was about eight when I started watching the LOTR movies with my dad.  My dad had to see if out DVD player worked, and so he put in LOTR to check.  Every time he would check the DVD player he would always put LOTR in.  That's how I got into LOTR.  Then several years later, I found the Hobbit book in my mom's bookshelf.  I read it and really enjoyed it.  More several years later, I heard that Peter Jackson was coming out with the Hobbit trilogy.

2. Who are your three favorite characters in the Hobbit Trilogy?
Thorin, Fili, and Kili

3. Did you cry in the Battle of the Five Armies, and if so, which scene(s) and what type(sniffling, sobbing, choke-crying)? 
Yes, I did(no way, right?)  ;)  Well, I got teary-eyed during the Bard and Bain scene in the tower,(because who doesn't tear up at a father/son scene?).  I had tears flowing like fountains during the Durins's deaths and when Bilbo was crying(obviously).  I didn't make any sounds while crying, but my cheeks were constantly wet.

4. Were the deaths compelling to you, and if so, who's?
Fili was so brave in his last soul...and when he said, "Go, Run!"...*tears*...Oh. the. feels. when Fili fell in front of his brother:(
I agree with Darrion, I was more sad when Kili died then heartbroken when Fili died, because Kili's so young and you wouldn't expect him to have such a brutal death*weeping in the background*  Kili has always been the mischievous one of the company, the lighthearted, and the reckless one.  It pained me to see him in so much pain.  But who am I to talk, talk about Fili..*may he rest in peace*  The moment when Fili stops Kili from going into the tunnel and tells him, "I got this.", I knew exactly what was going to happen.  And then when Azog drags him out...just...*choking here*...just noooo!  Then Kili goes insane for his brother*weeps*  When Thorin said, "I'm glad you're here.", to Bilbo I just about lost it.  I lost it completely when Bilbo started crying*sniffle*

5. Over all, were you satisfied with the movie itself?
Yes, I love the movie!  It was better then I ever expected it to be=D

6. Describe the movie in one word.

I tag...

Merry Christmas BTW=D


  1. WAHHHHH! No. Nope. NOOO.o.O •-• This movie. . .
    I'm sure you understand.
    Love ~ S. F.
    ps.-- thank you for awarding!

  2. Gee thanks Sarah...i really appreciate it.

  3. Haha besides...I KNEW you would tag me for this. Lol

  4. I've awarded you!

  5. Hey dearie! I nominated you for an award, check out my blog for the details. :)

    Blessings -

    ~ Aspen

  6. 'Ello, my friend! I have awarded you the same award as well. You've been thrice awarded! :)
    Love ~ S. F.

  7. Hi! Thanks for commenting so much on my blog! It really means a lot to me. :) I would respond individually to all of your amazing comments...but I don't have the time right now, so this is just a huge "Thank you" Comment from my blog! You're really awesome! -Saphira

    1. You're welcome:) I love your fanfiction it's the best! I'm just starting to read Raised by the King:) By

  8. Can I just say, you made my day commenting on my blog! So thank you so much!
    Also, I agree wholeheartedly with your view of Fili. He's like that silent guardian over his brother, that gentle soul, with the courage of a lion. And I had to laugh out loud at your idea about Fili face-palming himself... that was awesome. I'm kinda on the edge of the fence over Tauriel; I certainly loved how she encompassed so many of the values present in Tolkien's writings, but I was less than enthusiastic about the way she was used in the film. I think a female character can be more than a love interest and I think she had a lot of potential that wasn't explored.
    Anyway, I love your blog! It's so down to earth, and you seem like a really amazing person!