Yesterday was the first Hobbit day I ever celebrated! Yesterday marked Frodo and Bilbo Baggins birthday, and the day Bilbo left the shire to live in Rivendell, and Frodo obtained the ring, and Gandalf left to do a “little” research on Frodo’s ring.
Although on Tolkien reading day, my plan for Hobbit day was to:
be barefoot all day, eat a lot, have “6 meals a day,” and read what I can of the Hobbit. That means I’m going to read the hobbit until Hobbits day is over, even if I don’t finish it, which is obvious that I won’t.
But unfortunately, yesterday was a Friday, and I had school, and I didn’t get to read the Hobbit because I was volunteering at the parents night out. Fun fact, I was the only 6th grader there.
But I was barefoot when I was watching Bilbo Baggins birthday scene last night.
As you all know, I am a huge Tolkien fan. So I follow the Hobbit tag on my reader, and I came across a post from GlorytoGodAlone. It is a picture of Thorin Oakenshield, and a quote he said while he was dying. I can’t reblog on my kindle, so I just copied the image. Here it is:
After I read this post, I remembered a verse from Proverbs.
Wisdom is more precious than jewels, and all your desires can’t equal it.
– Proverbs 3:15
I know it’s talking about songs and food over gold, but please bear with me. It would be an even merrier place if we place Wisdom and God over Gold.
Hey again, everybody. Today is the last day of my Hobbit movie marathon. Today I will talk about The battle of the five armies.
I am at the part when Gandalf the grey is at Dol Guldor. My favorite scene in Dol Guldor is when Elrond and Saruman the white battle the Nazgúl.
But my favorite scene in the entire movie is when Thorin Oakenshield and the 13 dwarves join the Battle of the five armies. Here’s a video.
My second favorite scene is the Battle between Bard the bowman vs. Smaug.
I thought it was sad when Fili, Kili, and Thorin die during the Battle of the five armies. My younger brother, who is a really big fan of the Hobbit trilogy, was very disappointed when Kili, his favorite character in the trilogy, died.
This movie in the hobbit trilogy is my favorite out of the 3.
I give this movie another 10/10.
This is the end of my Hobbit trilogy marathon. My next marathon will probably be the Lord of the rings trilogy. But I’d probably have to wait to get my own, cause the one I have is dad’s, and his return of the king buffers.
Hey, every body! Having fun? Even if you don’t celebrate Easter, I hope you have a good day. Speaking of good day, it’s seems like a good day to watch the Battle of the five armies, and when I’m finished, have the fellowship of the ring in my hand, and a family to be with today.