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    Mrs. Cole likes Tom Riddle. He's the only kid in the orphanage that hates children just as much as she does.

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    As a child, Sarah thought of herself as brave, daring, and terribly adventurous. However, to everyone else Sarah was stubborn, single-minded, and out to make trouble. In the end everyone (Sarah's parents included) simply gave up on her. All except one.

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    “Why is there a teenager in our office?”

    Foggy stood in the threshold of the office, mouth slightly agape, most likely wondering if he’d walked into the wrong building. The kid waved at him, smile huge under a blooming black eye and spilt lip.

    “Foggy,” Matt said, far too calm for someone who was in the presence of a beaten, bloodied, teenage stranger. “This is Peter.”

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    08 Nov 2020

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    Howl watches Sophie sleep.

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    08 Nov 2020

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    An excerpt from A Guide to Shire Flora by Bilbo Baggins, collected by Frodo Baggins:
    The Mile’s End is a rare flower found only in the four farthings of the Shire. While no one is certain when it was first recorded, it can be found in Hobbit art and embroidery patterns going back at least 500 years. The peculiar thing about mile’s ends is that they only bloom when in the presence of true love or rather, soul mates. In Hobbit culture, therefore, it is mainly used during wedding ceremonies. They are of particular importance to weddings between two brides or two grooms, for both relationship and flower are seen as precious and symbolic of Hobbit love for community and family in all forms.
    Etymology: the name “mile’s end” is most likely derived from the Sindarin loth, meaning flower; mîl, meaning love; and henia, meaning understand. What originally was mîlothenia, became milothen and eventually milen. From there, Shire accent turned it into two separate Westron words: mile’s end.

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    05 Nov 2020