If I say another of your fics makes me feel like crying you're going to think I'm some kind of Cho Chang, but rest assured I have less than half the brains and am no where near half as good looking. This was beautifully written, it just gets me every time i read a pre Hallowe'en 1981 fic.
Author's Response: Thanks so much. Don't worry, I really doubt you cry as much as Cho.
Very good. I like this kind of stuff. No sadnees, no pain, just happy memories.
Author's Response: Not my specialty. I wrote this for a gift fic last summer. However, I'm glad you enjoyed it. :D
AWWWW! that was so sweet, and you did an amazing job at representing a mother's 6th sense, beautiful and cheery, completly characteristc of Sirius and James! Loved it, though you still managed to lightly dabble on some of your innate sorrow and darkness without weaighing out the true feel and themes of the story...*cocks eyebrow* impressive.
~The Tainted One
Author's Response: *giggles* I could never write a story void of sorrow and darkness. I'm just not programed that way. This is as fluffy as I get. :D Thanks so much for the review. :D
aww...that was sweet! and funny at some parts.
Author's Response: Thank you. I'm glad you liked it and thanks for the review.
Oh my. *sigh* I love how you gave Lily this sort of sixth sense. Staring into the fire and thinking that, no one would quetsions who his parenst are, and telling Harry not to do anything Sirius or James would do when he ends up doing that all the time.
It was funny (severed fingers( and it was ironic ( "There are enough risks in life without making more for yourself.").
Author's Response: Hehe! Glad you liked it. I always thought Lily had kind of a sixth sense. I'm not sure why. Somehow, I just think it fits her character. And considering how much James annoyed her when they were growing up, I doubt she would want Harry to act the same way. But yes, in the end, it would appear that he ended up acting a lot like James and Sirius.
Thanks so much for leaving a review! :D
Ooh...there should of course be a space after the question mark in the (I think) third line of the last review. So sorry...
Author's Response: *Giggles* I wouldn't lose sleep over that if I were you.
...she knew that they would have many more Christmases together. How sad...
"God Rest Ye Merry Hippogriffs," right...?Not "marry..."
This is very well written overall, I think...um, about the seventh paragraph (the one that starts "She sighed and stared into the fire."), I don't know, that maybe just isn't the strongest section. It's a little awkward and repetitive--a couple of "happy Christmases" and a couple of "all the sudden..." This paragraph doesn't seem to flow as well as the rest of the story...
(And congrats to James and Sirius for returning with all appendages intact...)
Author's Response: Thanks for the review. I'm glad you enjoyed.
I will read through that paragraph again sometime, and see if I can fix the flow a bit.
Thanks again for the review. :D
I like it! would've loved more detail, but it's good.
Author's Response: Glad you liked it. It wasn't one of my more detailed stories. It was really just meant to explore Lily's relationship with her son. However, I have considered writing a sequel about James and Sirius getting the Christmas tree. I don't know if that bunny will live, but it's bouncing around for now. Only time will tell. Thanks for leaving a review!
Author's Response: Thank you! Glad you liked it!
I cant believe no one has reviewed this yet! Its very good. I like the part where Lily is telling harry how not to be like his father of godfather. Its very nice. i liked it alot
Author's Response: Thanks so much for reviewing! I'm glad you enjoyed it. I really can't imagine that Lily would approve of her son behaving the way James and Sirius did. Thanks again for the review! :D