Comments on 'Doing the Wash'

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Ingrid G.
New! Entered: 2016-03-24
I like the work ethic ~ they are self motivated, and after they do their projects THEN they CAN dance/talk/laugh with their friends!... Tremor is adorable ~ four is an adorable age. And so cute that the grandmother is still smitten with the grandfather!!
Emberra Owen
New! Entered: 2015-02-02
I'm happy to see how in love Dreamberry is after all this time with her lifemate. She seems to really love her time with her family, and is apparently very patient with a rambunctious cub. Aw cute little Tremor! I love his all over the place speech.
Peggy B.
New! Entered: 2014-12-23
Oh my gosh, little Tremor is just so precious! So cute how he talks and talks without stopping to take a breath. With his hair all in tiny dreads he must look even cuter.
Reading the first lines about washing clothes I just could not help imagining washing lines hanging from den tree to den tree with tunics and underwear on it for drying. Haha! Would be a great picture!
Lyn Cavalier
New! Entered: 2014-11-18
Such a sweet story and little Tremor is just so adorable! I truly hope someone illustrates this precious moment between Dreamberry and her grandson!
Sofia Lindström
New! Entered: 2014-06-26
This was adorable! Dreamberry just planning her day and mooning after her lifemate, then having to take care of her overly excited grandson warmed my heart. It's also nice to be reminded that while our elves do work a lot, they do have leisure time to enjoy as well, and plenty of it, especially in summer.
Holly H.
New! Entered: 2014-02-27
It's definitely too easy, sometimes, to forget that Bearheart and Dreamberry were a very intergral part of our tribe until quite recently. We don't see them enough, really, given that (or those who died at the same time with them, either). This is great for the look at them as part of the tribe, with so many connections, including to their grandson. I'd love to see more of them. I also get just a bit of a feeling here that Longshot's sunny nature may come in part from Dreamberry, which is a neat idea.
Whitney Ware
New! Entered: 2014-01-24
It's great to see the interaction between Dreamberry and her grandson -- I always love seeing more of these family relationships explored!
Beth K.
New! Entered: 2014-01-05
Such a cute glimpse into the day to day life of the elves! I love that you chose Dreamberry here, and the little snippets of her love for Bearheart were just so touching. And the way you brought in scent was just wonderful. Little Tremor was just a tornado of pure adorable childhood enthusiasm, just such a sweet piece altogether!
Mareike Heilemann
New! Entered: 2014-01-04
That's too cute! I loved seeing Dreamberry doing her daily tasks and dreaming away, and it's great to get a story to the pictures of little dreadlocked Longshot. The little details are wonderful, and I had to laugh both at the image of Tremor as a dandelion and the way he described the whole ordeal of making the hairstyle.
Melanie D.
New! Entered: 2013-11-12
I think what I really like the best here is to see Dreamberry interacting with Longshot. It somehow always slips my mind that she was alive and his his grandmother. Since Nightstorm barely get's brought up as actual "family" towards him I kind tend to forget that he IS related to this branch of the familytree.

It was also nice to see Dreamberry occupied with such a everyday-busywork task. The little details here make it and the same goes for the making of the new hairstyle (I wonder how long he wore it like that?)
Also the picture of little dandelion Longshot is indeed an adorably funny one.
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