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The Next Step: The Fifth and Final Rowlf Story

Discussion in 'Fan Fiction' started by redBoobergurl, Apr 17, 2007.

  1. redBoobergurl

    redBoobergurl Well-Known Member

    Here is the teaser for my final Rowlf story. You know I always have to start my stories off with just a preview of what's to come. There is much to be explored in this story, much is going to take place, but I cannot continue it past this story so everything will be resolved in this story. Some things may seem shocking at different points, all I can say is, stick with me, have I ever let a story end unhappily before? Conflict makes a good story, we all know that. So, with that, I will shut up now and give you the prologue.


    “Final call for flight 123 to Hensonville, boarding now” came a loudspeaker in a crowded Florida airport.

    “Come on dear, that’s us,” said Wanda the cat to her new husband Rowlf.

    “Sorry, I just wanted to pick up one more little souvenir for Robin,” said Rowlf grabbing their bags and walking through the gate with Wanda.

    “Boy, you must love that kid, he’s not even your nephew,” said Wanda as they began to find their seats.

    “He’s a pretty special kid, I’ve known him from the time he was born thanks to my relationship with Kermit,” said Rowlf.

    “It’s ok, I think it’s cute. Robin’s lucky to have an uncle type figure like you,” said Wanda.

    “Well, I’ve always had big shoes to fill, but I do my best,” said Rowlf obviously referring to Kermit.

    They sat down and the plane took off.

    “It will be nice to get back to the boarding house, back to the show. This was a great trip though,” said Rowlf.

    “Yeah, it will be nice to get back,” said Wanda almost in a daze.

    “What are you thinking about?” asked Rowlf.

    “Remember when were leaving for the honeymoon and we heard our mothers shout out something about grandkids? Seeing you care so much about Robin just reminded me of that,” said Wanda.

    “Ok, we’re going to have the kids talk then?” asked Rowlf putting the words "kids talk" in quotation marks.

    “Well, have we really ever discussed it?” asked Wanda.

    “Not exactly,” said Rowlf beginning to squirm a little bit.

    “I’m sorry, I’m making you uncomfortable,” said Wanda.

    “No, I’m sorry, it’s not that. It’s just a lot to think about. I mean, I never expected myself to even be the marrying type and now here we are. I could take to parenthood the same way,” said Rowlf.

    “There’s a lot to consider, who knows if it’s even possible for us?” said Wanda.

    “Maybe we should look into options when we get home, I don’t know how soon you want to do this,” said Rowlf.

    “Well, who knows how long any sort of process could take. I agree, we should at least look into the options,” said Wanda.

    "I think you'd make a great mom," said Rowlf.

    "Well, I think you'd make a great dad," said Wanda.

    They smiled at each other satisfied with where things were going and settled in to enjoy the flight home.

    * * * * * * * *

    Across the country another flight was also boarding for Hensonville from California. A young girl, probably in her teens was fidgeting slightly. She was nervous about where she was going and also excited. Her mother told her she should always take chances and worry about the outcome later, but she’d never know unless she tried.

    “Here goes nothing,” she said to herself as the plane started down the runway for takeoff.
  2. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Hmmm... Interesting and intriguing at the same time. Hearing Rowlf and Wanda having the "kids talk", that reminds me of this news article from Brazil a while back. But would they be cuppies or ditties...
    And this young girl flying off to Hensonville, I'm itching to know who she could be.

    Beth, please... Post more soonerishkibbbible!
  3. redBoobergurl

    redBoobergurl Well-Known Member

    Yes, cuppies or ditties, cogs or dats, it is one of the issues that must be worked out. All will be revealed sooner or later. :)
  4. theprawncracker

    theprawncracker Well-Known Member

    ...OOOOOOOOOOH!! I WANT TO KNOW WHO THAT GIRL IS!!! *bounces* GREAT start so far Beth! Can't wait for more!
  5. Fragglemuppet

    Fragglemuppet Well-Known Member

    Wow, very exciting! I'd vote for adoption myself, but you never know. I'm also waiting at the edge of my seat to find out who that girl is! More please?
  6. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Huh? Vote for adoption? Didn't even know he was running. *Small joke.
    Yes... I vote for more story... Soon? Please? Ish?
    And remember to vote for Piggy for president!
  7. redBoobergurl

    redBoobergurl Well-Known Member

    Hey! No campaigning in my story!

    Just kidding, vote for Grover!

    Ok, ok, enough muffins. There will probably be more story a little bit later today. :)
  8. redBoobergurl

    redBoobergurl Well-Known Member

    Chapter One:

    “Home again, home again, jiggity jig,” said Rowlf grabbing the last of Wanda and his bags out of the cab they took to the boarding house.

    “It sure is nice to be back. It’s quiet though, did everyone forget we were coming back today?” asked Wanda.

    “Just wait until we get inside, I’m sure they’re around,” said Rowlf.

    They opened the door and were greeted by more silence.

    “Strange,” commented Rowlf as they walked around.

    “Woo-hoo! You rock Kermit!” came some voices from the game room.

    “Wonder what’s going on in there?” asked Wanda.

    They walked in and found the entire Muppet clan gathered around the TV. watching Floyd and Kermit duke it out in Guitar Hero.

    “Look at that Floyd, I got a higher score than you,” said Kermit as they finished the song.

    “Hey man, you’re a worthy opponent, seems your banjo playing has done you some good all these years,” said Floyd taking off his guitar and shaking Kermit’s hand.

    “Hello, we’re back,” said Rowlf. No one seemed to hear him.

    “I want a turn on the game!” exclaimed Robin.

    “Ooh, me too, me too!” said Fozzie.

    “Honeymooners in the house,” said Rowlf. Again, no one paid any attention to him.

    “Robin, you’ll get your turn in a minute, you have to be patient,” said Kermit.

    “Ok Uncle Kermit,” said Robin.

    “I want to play while suspended from the ceiling so all the notes look upside down and backwards!” exclaimed Gonzo.

    “Does anyone want some PRESENTS?” yelled Rowlf above the craziness.

    “Rowlf! Wanda! You’re back!” exclaimed Fozzie.

    “Presents? Did you bring presents for moi?” asked Piggy.

    “What did you get me?” asked Robin.

    “Sure, you all just love us because we brought presents. Don’t you want to know if we had a good time?” asked Wanda.

    “You can spare us those details, we want the goods!” said Clifford.

    “Oh all right, come on up front guys, we’ve got something for everyone!” exclaimed Rowlf.

    He and Wanda handed out gifts and were tackled with hugs and thank yous. Wanda smiled as she watched Rowlf take great care in giving Robin his presents. He might not think he’d make a good parent, but she knew in her heart that he really would, it was obvious just by looking at the exchange between him and the young frog.

    Rowlf caught her eye and winked at her as he gave Robin another hug. He knew what she was thinking. Maybe now was the time to start thinking about starting a family. He’d have to talk to Kermit later; he knew his old friend would probably be full of advice and opinions on this subject.

    * * * * *
    The young girl exited the plane, collected her luggage and stepped out on the streets of Hensonville.

    She surveyed her surroundings, got a map of the town and set off for her first destination. She was not going to the place that was her reason for coming here. She knew she had to take her time, get familiar with the town and even do a little investigating to know she had made the right decision. For now, she would just blend in.

    She would have to find a place to stay in the meantime, so she found the Fuzzy Feet Hotel on the map and set off to settle in, at least for the first night.

    * * * * *

    After a very crazy and chaotic dinner of everyone bombarding Rowlf and Wanda with questions about their trip, Rowlf retreated to the front deck with a beverage hoping Kermit would join him.

    The bonds of friendship certainly run deep because Kermit sensed his friend wanted to talk even before dinner was over and without Rowlf saying anything. He grabbed his own beverage and joined Rowlf on the deck.

    “What’s up?” asked Kermit.

    “Robin,” said Rowlf.

    “My nephew? Shouldn’t he be in bed by now?” joked Kermit.

    “You’re spending too much time with Fozzie again,” said Rowlf.

    “Every Friday,” said Kermit.

    “Right,” said Rowlf.

    “Left,” said Kermit.

    “Sideways, March, May. Got it. Now that we’ve got that out of our systems,” said Rowlf.

    “Sorry, I know you’re trying to tell me something,” said Kermit.

    “Yeah. Ok, so do you ever feel like Robin is enough for you? You’ve been his primary caregiver for most of his life even though he’s just your nephew, but do you ever hope for more?” asked Rowlf.

    “You mean like kids of my own?” asked Kermit.

    “Yeah,” said Rowlf.

    “Well, I’ll tell you, there are times when I’m back at the swamp and everyone in my family is in their little clumps and I go, gee, I wish I had that. But I’ve been very blessed to have Robin here,” said Kermit.

    “Yeah, he’s a special little kid,” said Rowlf.

    “Also, I’m in a good place with Piggy for the most part, you know I really care about her even though I like to torment her into thinking I don’t sometimes. I don’t want to mess that up right now by really even thinking about kids,” said Kermit.

    “That’s a good point,” said Rowlf.

    “But, that’s me. This isn’t really about me is it?” asked Kermit.

    “No, it’s not about you. It’s about Wanda and me. She brought it up on the plane ride home. I don’t know how serious she is but she said whatever we decide, to have our own or to adopt or whatever, the process could take awhile,” said Rowlf.

    “That is true, if you have your own I’m pretty sure medical intervention will be necessary. If you adopt, there are evaluations and paperwork and it can take a really long time,” said Kermit.

    “Thing is, I told Wanda, just a little over a year ago I didn’t even see myself as the marrying kind and now here we are. I think I might actually be ready to be a parent. I can’t tell you how much I missed Robin while we were gone, that’s why I spoiled him with so many gifts when we got back,” said Rowlf.

    “Yeah, you’re making me look bad,” chuckled Kermit.

    “Anyway, what I guess I’m wondering is, do you think I can do it?” asked Rowlf.

    “You are wonderful with Robin, just between you and me and the doorpost, I trust you with him more than anyone else here when I’m not around. And you’re already a great husband to Wanda even in the first few days. You’re a good brother and a good son to your family. I think that you’d be an excellent father,” said Kermit.

    “Thanks man, I appreciate that,” said Rowlf.

    “So that only leaves one question,” said Kermit.

    “What’s that?” asked Rowlf.

    “Ditties or kuppies?” asked Kermit trying to keep a straight face.

    “The bear, you have got to stop spending so much time with the bear!” exclaimed Rowlf and jumped up to give his friend a playful punch and a hug.
  9. theprawncracker

    theprawncracker Well-Known Member


    Now that I've got that out of my system... ;) I LOVED it!! So great! Kermit was AWESOME! And I liked the whole present thing, too, very funny.

    More please!!
  10. redBoobergurl

    redBoobergurl Well-Known Member

    Now if I could just get your other half to come and squee like that my life would be complete. Just kidding, but glad you liked it! :)
  11. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Think I spotted her earlier. Loved the chapter Beth and all the refurences to Prawny and Lisa's conversations and the injokes. But I rully want to know more about this girl who's arrived at town staying at the Fuzzy Feet. So... Post more please! Soon? Ish?
  12. redBoobergurl

    redBoobergurl Well-Known Member

    Chapter Two:

    Rowlf went in after he and Kermit had finished their drinks and went to find his wife.

    He found her moving things into his bedroom; they would share now that they were married.

    “I’m so sorry, I should’ve been here helping you!” exclaimed Rowlf.

    “It’s no problem; I figured you needed to catch up with Kermit. The girls and I got most of it moved ourselves. Just a few small things left,” said Wanda.

    “I’m glad you’re finally getting to move in here with me,” said Rowlf.

    “Me too, although there is one thing, is there something we can do to make it a little more girly in here?” asked Wanda.

    “What, you don’t like my bachelor pad?” asked Rowlf.

    “Well, that’s just it; it’s nice for a bachelor. You’re not a bachelor anymore,” teased Wanda.

    Rowlf helped her unpack some of her things.

    “You think this room would be big enough with a little bambino sleeping in the corner?” asked Rowlf.

    “Boy I don’t know. Would we stay here if we had kids?” asked Wanda.

    “Good question. Well, Kermit’s made it work with Robin. We’d have tons of built in babysitters,” said Rowlf.

    “So, I take it you’re feeling ok about possibly having kids?” asked Wanda.

    “Yeah, I talked to Kermit about it and you know something, I think it feels right. There’s a lot to consider though. I don’t know if we could, um, you know, do it ourselves,” said Rowlf.

    “I know what you mean. I suppose we could go see a doctor and ask them. Otherwise there’s adoption which is a wonderful thing,” said Wanda.

    “Would we adopt a cat or a dog or some other little creature?” asked Rowlf.

    “I know, I know, there’s so much to consider here. I don’t know. What if we adopted one of each?” asked Wanda.

    “That’s not a bad idea,” said Rowlf.

    “Quite frankly, I’m scared of doing it any other way, as much as it would be wonderful to have a child of our own, I just don’t know,” said Wanda.

    “It’s ok, I understand, it scares me too. But hey, we’d love our adopted kids as much as if they were our own. And there’s so many kids who need a home,” said Rowlf.

    “Sounds like we’ve made our decision,” said Wanda.

    “Only if it feels right for both of us. Does it feel right to you?” asked Rowlf.

    “Well, I think it feels right to go talk to an adoption agency and see how the process begins,” said Wanda.

    “Me too. Besides, your health and well being is a little more important to me than having kids and if having our own put you at risk in anyway, well, I don’t think I could deal with it,” said Rowlf.

    “Could you imagine how wonderful it would be to raise a little cat and dog side by side? We’d really be breaking down some barriers,” said Wanda.

    “I think we did that already just by getting married,” laughed Rowlf.

    “Ok, well, nothing is going to get done tonight, let’s get settled in for the night and maybe look for some adoption agencies in the morning,” said Wanda.

    “Sounds like a plan to me,” said Rowlf

    * * * * *

    It was morning in Hensonville and the young girl set out to figure out the next part of her plan.

    “If I’m going to blend in here for awhile I should find a more permanent place to stay and a job,” she thought to herself.

    She was able to accomplish both rather quickly. They were hiring at the Three Candles bookstore and she was able to sublet an apartment just at the edge of town.

    More than once she passed by the place she knew would ultimately lead her to her destiny but it was still too soon.

    She scratched her side and smiled though when she thought of how wonderful her life would be once she was ready. She would wait until she was good and ready though.

    * * * * *

    Rowlf joined Kermit at the breakfast table and grabbed part of the paper as he always did.

    “Did you talk with Wanda last night?” asked Kermit through sips of coffee.

    “Yeah, I think we’re going to look into adoption,” said Rowlf.

    “That’s great! I think that is an excellent option for the both of you,” said Kermit.

    “We thought we’d try to adopt a little cat and dog,” said Rowlf.

    “Even better,” said Kermit.

    “Hey Kermit?” asked Rowlf after a few minutes had gone by.

    “Yeah?” asked Kermit.

    “Let’s keep it on the down low for now. I don’t know how long it’s going to take us and I’m sure Wanda will want to make a big announcement,” said Rowlf.

    “No problem,” said Kermit.

    * * * * * *

    Later that morning Rowlf and Wanda found an adoption agency in town and met with a nice woman named Kate who was happy to help them start the process.

    “There’s some paperwork to fill out, we’ll need to complete a background check on you guys, do some evaluations to see if you’d be good parents. It’s not that we don’t think you will be, it’s standard procedure,” said Kate.

    “Of course,” said Rowlf.

    “How long before we get put on a list?” asked Wanda.

    “Well, it depends on how long it takes to get all of the elements in place. I want to warn you to, even after going on a waiting list, it could take up to a year before you’re selected to become parents,” said Kate.

    “We kind of anticipated that,” said Rowlf.

    “These evaluations, do you have to come out to our house?” asked Wanda looking a little worried.

    “Yes, that’s standard procedure,” said Kate.

    “Uh-oh,” said Wanda.

    “What’s wrong?” asked Kate.

    “My wife is concerned because you see, we are part of the Muppets and we live with most of them in a large house. They are wonderful, well meaning people, but things get crazy sometimes,” said Rowlf.

    “Oh don’t worry, everyone in Hensonville is familiar with the Muppets. They may be crazy but as far as I can tell no child will ever be loved more or better cared for than one placed in the presence of your group,” said Kate smiling.

    Wanda relaxed and smiled back.

    “So then, do you wish to start the process today?” asked Kate.

    Rowlf and Wanda looked at each other and communicated silently as they often did.

    “Yes,” they said in unison.
  13. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Yaey! This is great Beth. Is it wrong for me to be drawn in more to the journey of this unnamed human girl in town? Sorry, but my batty radar and catlike senses are a smidge suspicious and I wanna know more.
    Rowlf and Wanda adopting... It's a good premise, would've liked it if you explored them giving birth naturally, sort of how Melissa did it in one of her suspended fics, The Great Desire. Not to such heartshattering extreme of course though.
    And... Kate??? The same Kate we know to be bunking out with a trio of Fraggles? Oh man, I wonder what she'll say. After talking to her for Hensonville Histories, she said she wanted a nice quiet information booth in the center of town or nearby, but if she's OK with this nod things will definitely have to be changed for my own story.

    Keep it coming... Post more soon Ish!
  14. redBoobergurl

    redBoobergurl Well-Known Member

    Ah yes, it is that Kate. I named her for that part because she was in favor of the adoption idea. Certainly does not have to be that way if she doesn't wish it to be.

    As for the unnamed girl, time will tell.

    In fact, time will tell for the whole story, many twists and turns to come. But not until the weekend is over. Sorry. This will have to hold you over. :)
  15. theprawncracker

    theprawncracker Well-Known Member

    WHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!! ADOPTION! Oh Beth, that is SUCH a perfect thing for the two of them! Just what I thought would happen! I LOVED Kate's explanation of how kids would be cared for with the Muppets. SO great! MORE PLEASE!
  16. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Aw rats... What if we got an autographed campaign poster and a huge box of cookies? Would that sway you to vote for us? And get some more story posted too?
    Pweetty pwease?
  17. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Hi... Just a friendly, or furiendly nag reminder for more story please. Lisa updated Heart of Gold, so I hexpect others to follow suit and update their stories as well. At least, I hope such a wonderful story like this one gets another installment posted soon.
    That is all. We now return you to your regularly scheduled fanfic, already in progress.
    *Leaving post... Hmmm, that's a good line, should use it in Prawny's latest fictional tale.
  18. redBoobergurl

    redBoobergurl Well-Known Member

    Ask and ye shall receive!

    Chapter Three:

    Wanda and Rowlf finished up everything with Kate who said they’d hear from her in a couple of days to set up the evaluation. She reassured them again that the craziness that is the Muppets would not affect their chances.

    “Does anyone know about this yet?” asked Wanda.

    “Just Kermit, I’m sorry, I had already talked to him last night so I told him what was going on this morning,” said Rowlf.

    “Oh that’s ok, I trust Kermit, I know he won’t tell anyone,” said Wanda.

    “When are we telling everyone? It might be nice to clue them in about the evaluation and some of that stuff,” said Rowlf.

    “Oh, I thought maybe at dinner tonight? I didn’t think it needed to be a secret forever,” said Wanda.

    “Sounds like a plan,” said Rowlf.

    “Hey, do you mind if we stop into the bookstore? I want to see if there are any good books on adopting and also on parenting,” said Wanda.

    “Sure,” said Rowlf.

    They walked in the bookstore and waved hello to Nora who worked at the bookstore.

    Wanda headed for the parenting section while Rowlf gravitated towards music books. He grabbed an autobiography on Elton John and started to page through it as he walked towards the lounge to wait for Wanda. He nearly tripped over a young girl wearing a headscarf stacking books on a low shelf.

    “Oh, I’m sorry! Did I hurt you?” asked Rowlf.

    “Um, no, not at all, excuse me,” said the girl quickly standing up and beginning to walk away.

    “Wait a minute, you don’t look familiar. Are you new in town?” asked Rowlf.

    “Yeah, I’m new here. I have to go now, I’m really busy,” said the girl. She hurried away to a storage room.

    “Um, welcome,” said Rowlf finding it odd that she disappeared so quickly. He shook his head and went to sit down.

    Wanda found a couple of books that satisfied her, paid for them and met up with Rowlf.

    “Ready to go?” she asked.

    “Sure,” said Rowlf.

    As they were walking he brought up the strange young girl.

    “There was this new girl working in the store, I’ve never seen her before and when I talked to her she got really flustered and ran away,” said Rowlf.

    “Maybe she’s a fan! You know how tongue tied they can get,” said Wanda.

    “That’s true, I’m sure that’s what it was,” said Rowlf. Still, he felt a little strange after the encounter. For the moment he put it out of his head.

    * * * * * *

    Back at the bookstore the girl was shaking in the storage room.

    “That was too close! It’s not time yet, I’ve really got to watch that. The plan was to blend in! I hope this works out,” she said to herself.

    When enough time had passed she poked her head out to see if he was gone thankful Nora hadn’t come looking for her yet. That was all she’d need, to be fired on her first day. When she saw that he was gone she came back out and went back to stocking.

    “Just keep a low profile for now, that’s all you have to do,” she thought to herself and was hopeful this incident wouldn’t repeat itself anytime soon.

    * * * * * *

    That evening as all of their friends gathered for dinner as they always did Rowlf and Wanda attempted to make their big announcement.

    “Guys? We’ve got something to tell you,” said Rowlf.

    No one heard him. Instead, bits of conversation could be heard.

    “Kermit, can I tell the banana joke at the next show?”

    “Where’s the food, I’m hungry.”

    “Johnny Fiama says he’s hungry.”

    “So I told the little tramp to stop looking at my frog or she’d be getting a karate chop into the next county.”

    “Did she listen?”

    “Of course, everyone always listens to moi.”

    “What would be so bad about rollerblading through a flaming vat of French silk pie? Where is everyone’s sense of adventure?”


    Rowlf looked at Wanda helplessly.

    “Did you think we’d actually be able to get a word in?” asked Rowlf.

    “I know a few tricks,” said Wanda. She stood up on the chair, put two fingers in her mouth and whistled loudly.

    “And I said look man, you might think posing with mud all over is connecting to nature, but like, I don’t need to be one with Mother Earth,” said Janice.
    Everyone looked at her.

    “What?” she said.

    “I think Wanda has something to say,” said Fozzie.

    Rowlf stood up and took her hand.

    “Actually we both do,” said Rowlf.

    “Oh my gosh, Wanda’s withchild!” exclaimed Scooter.

    “Already? Man, can’t you guys keep your hands off each other?” said Clifford.

    “Way to go Rowlf you dog,” said Floyd.

    “BABY! BABY!” yelled Animal.

    “Is that true? I thought you guys were using a different option,” said Kermit.

    “Dats or Cuppies? Wocka wocka!” exclaimed Fozzie.

    “Maybe Wanda is pregnant with a mutant polka dotted sea monkey!” said Gonzo.

    “HOLD IT!” Rowlf yelled finally breaking up the insanity.

    “Guys, I’m not pregnant,” said Wanda.

    “You’re not? What’s the big deal then?” asked Piggy.

    “We’re going to adopt a baby, possibly two. That’s all. So yes, we’re trying to become parents, but not that way,” said Rowlf.

    “What kind of babies?” asked Robin.

    “Hopefully a baby kitten and a baby puppy,” said Wanda.

    Rowlf and Wanda explained how they went to the adoption agency and what the process involved. Now the room was abuzz with excitement.

    “Aww, ain’t nothing cuter than a couple of little guys running around,” said Clifford.

    “You guys will make great parents,” said Fozzie.

    “Like congratulations!” said Janice.

    “Will I get to babysit?” asked Robin.

    “Maybe when you get a little older,” said Kermit smiling.

    “We’ll let you hold them though,” said Rowlf.

    “All right!” exclaimed Robin.

    The chatter continued and Rowlf and Wanda smiled, thankful they had a family like this to share in their joy but who would also help raise their children.

    As everyone raised a glass to toast them Rowlf thought to himself, “Life is good.”

    He would remember this night a few weeks later when suddenly, life wasn’t so good, and instead, it was turned all upside down.
  19. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Mmm... Delish. Thanks for the new chapter Beth.
    Although... There's something to point out. You say Rowlf and Wanda went to the bookstore where Kim, one of the sisters worked. Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't Kim's place of employment the Three Candles Library? And the bookstore in town, isn't that the Coming Unbound where Nora, Erin's roomy, works along with Mrs. Farley (normal human)?
    Mayhaps a quick rewrite's in order. Or then again, maybe this is something that I've not heard of, being cooped up in my room at the dorms and absorbed in all the wonderful fanfics.
    Just checking, it's a great story nevertheless... And I'm looking forward to this strange girl and just how she turns Rowlf's life topsy-turvy and all which way but upside-down.
    Thanks, post more please!
  20. redBoobergurl

    redBoobergurl Well-Known Member

    Actually I was unclear about what the Three Candles was. So, you're right, that's the library, Coming Unbound is the bookstore. I fixed this chapter but I can't fix the first chapter where our strange young girl takes the job, so I'll just leave it as is. But, I mean for her to work at Coming Unbound not Three Candles. From here on out that is how it will be referred to. Thanks for clearing that up for me Ed, I actually had no idea. :)

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