For What It Is @rainbowhairedgirl
Chapter 2

Authoress Note: Welcome to Chapter 2 of For What It Is. Thank you to those who have left reviews. It does mean a lot to me that you guys are enjoying this story. I'm trying my best with writing each chapter out and hopefully, they'll be good. I'm taking my time to make sure that I'm able to write these out and make them as long as I can and add as much detail as I can. I hope that you guys will enjoy this next chapter. Without further ado Chapter 2. ENJOY!

Chapter 2

Tony bit her lip as she traveled with the two brothers. Her hands stuffed shyly into the pockets as she tried her best to keep up with the strides of the two dwarves walking ahead of her. Her head lowered as she heard the two of them talking back and forth about what was to be done. But she had a feeling that Kili wouldn't be one to allow her to fend on her own. She followed the two of them up a winding path leading up to a hobbit hole. She bit her lip as she heard two loud knocks from Fili.

The door slowly opened revealing a sandy-haired hobbit who groaned seeing the three of them standing there. He looked rather confused about what was going on.


"And Kili."

"At your service." The two of them said in unison, bowing their heads in greeting.

"You must be Mr. Boggins," Kili said with a large cheeky smile.

"Nope, you can't come in, you've come to the wrong house," Bilbo said, trying to close the door.

Kili stopped the door with his foot. "What? Has it been canceled?"

"No one told us," Fili said his brows furrowed together in concern.

"Can-? No-nothing's been canceled." Bilbo said, shaking his head.

"Well, that's a relief," Kili said as they pushed into his home.

Tony let out a breath as she shyly came to the entrance of the door as Kili and Fili unloaded their things onto Bilbo.

"Careful with these, I just had 'em sharpened," Fili warned the sandy-haired hobbit.

"It's nice, this place. D'you you do it yourself?" Kili questioned as he scraped the mud off his boots on the edge of a chest that was nearby.

"Ah, no, it's been in the family for years. That's my mother's glory box, can you please not do that?!" Bilbo pleaded for the younger dwarf to stop.

"Fili, Kili, come on, give us a hand." Dwalin hollered for the two younger dwarves.

"Mister Dwalin," Kili said as he put his hand on Dwalin's shoulder.

Bilbo let out a soft groan as he noticed the young woman standing there looking rather uncomfortable.

The dwarves laughed as they began their work.

"Let's shove this in the hallway, otherwise we'll never get everyone in," Balin said, looking at the others.

The dwarves prepared to shift Bilbo's furniture around to create a better place for everyone to meet up in.

"Ev-everyone? How many more are there?" Bilbo questioned rather flabbergasted about the whole thing.

"Where do you want this?" Kili questioned Dwalin and Balin.

The doorbell suddenly rang very hard and longer than before.

Bilbo walked past the young woman, towards the door, dumping all the swords and other equipment that was in his arms.

Tony backed away to avoid getting cut from any of the weapons that were dropped.

"Oh no. No, no! There's nobody home. Go away, and bother somebody else. There are far too many dwarves in my dining room as it is. If- if- If this is some clotterd's idea of a joke, haha, I can only say, it is in very poor taste." Bilbo opened the door, and an entire heap of dwarves, eight in total, fell in.

All struggling to get up to their feet, grumbling and yelling at one another.

Gandalf stood behind them as the dwarves continued to get up their feet.

"Gandalf," Bilbo said letting out a soft breath. He looked at the young woman and saw the worried gaze on her face. "I'm sorry…" He said softly, giving her a small weak smile.

Tony looked up shyly, biting her lower lip softly. "It's not your fault, Mr…"

"Baggins, Miss…"

"Tonya." She said softly, giving her real name to the sandy-haired hobbit.

Gandalf came into the room, his gray brows furrowing seeing Tony standing there. "Ah… who might you be?"

Tony cleared her throat shyly. "Just a lost person who has no idea of what is going on, or where I am." She admitted softly.

"You do not look like you're from around here."

"And where would here be exactly?" She questioned her brown brow slowly rising in confusion.

"The Shire."

Tony blinked a few times in confusion. "Shire? There is no such thing." She said, shaking her head lightly.

"Yes, it's real, you're in it," Gandalf said, looking at her, his brow quirking a bit as he looked at the young woman. He slowly reached out, touching her, and could feel magic swirling around her. He jerked his hand away before going deep in thought. "You aren't from around here. Not even of this world."

Tony swallowed the lump in her throat. "Wait what?"

Gandalf noticed the bruise that was on her cheek and his brows furrowed even more. "Who came across you…"

"Fili and Kili…" She said softly.

Gandalf nodded his head in understanding knowing that the young woman wasn't all that comfortable. "I believe that you're here for a reason."

Tony looked at Gandalf a bit baffled. "What reason would that be?" She questioned crossing her arms nervously.

"I do not know. But it is something that I want to find out." Gandalf said, patting her shoulder lightly in a comforting way.

Tony swallowed the lump in her throat and nodded her head slowly.

"Now… just rest, get something to drink, and eat." He said, patting her shoulder again before slowly walking away from her.

Tony took a soft breath and rubbed her face lightly, wincing a little bit as her hand hit the bruise on her cheek. She had a sinking feeling inside of her chest. She knew where she was, but she honestly didn't want to believe it. "I can't be in Middle Earth? Can I?" She whispered to herself rather confused. "How…"


This is the end of Chapter 2. I hope that you guys enjoyed this chapter. I tried my best with this chapter and I hope that it turned out better than I think it did. Right now as I'm writing this it's almost the end of February the 27th to be more in fact and my brain has been a bit scattered since I have surgery coming up in just a few days on the 4th of March which was supposed to be the 4th of February, but weather conditions have made it terrible to even get anywhere where it was more dangerous to travel and I wasn't about to put myself or my mother into harm's way. Please leave a review and let me know what you think. I'll try to update as soon as I can. Until next time.

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