I wonder if, by that word, you've guessed what I'm currently reading? (For those of you poor unfortunate souls who cannot comprehend the word above, it is Elvish for "greetings") =D
If you thought J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit, you are correct! Because of the upcoming movie
I love the style of Mr. Tolkien's writings. He gives his stories a kind of whimsical feel where his readers, in my opinion, have the sense that the dangers in each tale are "no big deal." Does that make sense? Or am I just rambling on nonsensically?
[ Whoa. Random thought. Haha, that word (nonsensically) just reminded me of something: didn't Lizzie Bennett say it in Pride & Prejudice? I'm thinking of the 2005 film version, because my sister and I recently watched it last week. "... it would be nonsensical!" That was it... though I don't remember what she was accusing of as being "nonsensical." By the way, I love the 1995 TV mini series of Pride & Prejudice better than the '05 version. What do you think? ]
That was a rabbit trail...
Anyway, back to my day.
For a part of it, I was able to enjoy a few chapters of The Hobbit, while knitting. I don't do both often, because I don't exactly consider myself well-coordinated (and let's not even mention the topic of reflexes), but I needed to get a shawl done for a Modest Fashion Challenge prize that my sisters and I are sponsoring for the lovely Sadie & Sadie, and I also wanted to read. So, there you have it.
Namarïe, for now, my friends!