Ohh... Kelly, how sweet!
*goes into review mode*
Well, I thought Ron was a great choice for this story, as he's still the one that seems to struggle with maturity somewhat. At first I thought it was a bit OOC of him to be so moody about going to pay respects to a departed loved one (or at least admired, at first I couldn't tell who it was), but with the ending you worked that out for me.
I like your choice of words.
There were three people walking through this winter tableau, one of whom was carrying a large and lumpy package.
I loved the use of the word 'tableu'. It gave the sentence more charm.
All in all, a very sweet story, even if it is a little sad. But you managed to get the feeling across very clearly that death is a rest, and really not so awful... nice job!
Author's Response: Oh, thank you very much! It was fairly easy to imagine Ron moaning about being cold and tired and how, if they wanted to honor Dobby, they could just do so at home. And, yes, I also love that word. It's so quaint, somehow. Thanks for leaving such a fantastic review for me!
wow dat was touching
dobby is one of ma fav hp characters
job well done
Author's Response: Well, I'm certainly glad that you enjoyed it!
A fitting tribute, nice work. (Much as I hate to see Ron so thick-headed, it probably isn't too far out of character :) ) Keep writing!
Author's Response: Ron has always been dense and I think that that specific trait is going to stick with him for life. Oh well...Thanks for the review!
Dobby's death was the hardest for me to read in DH...he remains one of my fav characters. I can picture the trio going to visist his grave site like this. I really enjoyed reading this sweet and senitmenatl story. Characters and dialogue are both well written. Thank you for writing it.
Author's Response: Aww, you're welcome. Thank you for leaving such a sweet review!
*sniff* good story! poor dobby! it's nice that they thought of him though!
Author's Response: "Twas a very Hermione-ish thing to do, no? Thanks for the review!