This was sent in a long time ago, and unfortunately was lost in the uncertainty of the previous state of this site. To make up for this, I got on it as fast as I could, and the results are below. The review of From the Mouths of Fillies, after the break!
Please keep an open mind and enjoy the review.)
Not everything is as it seems when Dinky visits her mother in the hospital.
Essentially, the description, with the added back story that the Mane 6 have been helping take care of Dinky and Sparkler ever since Ditzy was diagnosed with cancer, and it seems to be terminal.
The only tag says 'Sad,' so I'm sure you can guess the outcome.
Dinky is the main character and the one the story is told through, and comes across as a very idealistic, not-too-incredibly-bright very young child: the epitome of innocence, and she stalwartly maintains it all the way through. However, she, like everypony else, follows the guidelines of many archetypes needed for this type of story. This is not bad, and it's in fact done well, but it does leave me with little to talk about.
Pacing was fine, and I didn't notice any errors that weren't intentional, and it got the message across, so this was very well done!
If this is your type of thing, I would venture a guess that you'd very much enjoy it. The vast majority of its readers do.
A well written little piece of innocence in a dark and trying time. Not the deepest thing in the world, but neither is it without depth. Give it a look if you need a good adorable downer.
Have a wonderful day everypony!