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'Are you angry with me, Gandalf?' he said, as their guide went out and closed the door. 'I did the best I could.'
‘You did indeed!’ said Gandalf, laughing suddenly; and he came and stood beside Pippin, putting his arm about the hobbit’s shoulders, and gazing out of the window. Pippin glanced in some wonder at the face now close beside his own, for the sound of that laugh had been gay and merry. Yet in the wizard’s face he saw at first only lines of care and sorrow; though as he looked more intently he perceived that under all there was a great joy: a fountain of mirth enough to set a kingdom laughing, were it to gush forth.
‘Indeed you did your best,’ said the wizard; ‘and I hope it may be long before you find yourself in such a tight corner again between two such terrible old men.’

J.R.R. Tolkien, “Minas Tirith”, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (via valiantarcher)

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'I will not hide it from you, Master Peregrin,' said Beregond, 'that to us you look almost as one of our children, a lad of nine summers or so; and yet you have endured perils and seen marvels that few of our greybeards could boast of. I thought it was a whim of our Lord to take him a noble page, after the manner of the kings of old, they say. But I see that it is not so, and you must pardon my foolishness.'
‘I do,’ said Pippin. ‘Though you are not far wrong. I am still little more than a boy in the reckoning of my own people, and it will be four years yet before I “come of age”, as we say in the Shire. But do not bother about me. Come and look and tell me what I can see.’

J.R.R. Tolkien, “Minas Tirith”, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (via valiantarcher)

Gandalf was not in the lodging and had sent no message; so Pippin went with Beregond and was made known to the men of the Third Company. And it seemed that Beregond got as much honour from it as his guest, for Pippin was very welcome. There had already been much talk in the citadel about Mithrandir’s companion and his long closeting with the Lord; and rumour declared that a Prince of Halflings had come out of the North to offer allegiance to Gondor and five thousand swords. And some said that when the Riders came from Rohan each would bring behind him a halfling warrior, small maybe, but doughty.
Though Pippin had regretfully to destroy this hopeful tale, he could not be rid of his new rank, only fitting, men thought, to one befriended by Boromir and honoured by the Lord Denethor; and they thanked him for coming among them, and hung on his words and stories of the outlands, and gave him as much food and ale as he could wish. Indeed his only trouble was to be ‘wary’ according to the counsel of Gandalf, and not let his tongue wag freely after the manner of a hobbit among friends.

J.R.R. Tolkien, “Minas Tirith”, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (via valiantarcher)

smallwind:

2014 7/28 Felicia Day: Happy birthday to my brother @ryon_day! Good thing I have this embarrassing photo to share with the world to celebrate with! (X)

smallwind:

2014 7/28 Felicia Day: Happy birthday to my brother @ryon_day! Good thing I have this embarrassing photo to share with the world to celebrate with! (X)

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hamishandandythepeoplesfandom:

zotheysay: This is my friend Hamisha. She’s a devil on the dancefloor and a wizz with winged eyeliner. Catch her tonight on #gapyearsouthamerica at 8:30 on Channel 9. 💃