It was during the winter when Blizzard had his first Christmas.
He spent many nights searching for Princess Luna but he still
couldn't find her, he hadn't seen her for sometime.
He woke up with a blanket and his cloak over him body. He
felt so warm under the blanket that he didn't want to move but
he knew he had to get up. It was so cold in the shack that he
could see his breath. The window above him was covered in frost
and snow. He was surprised he hadn't caught a cold yet considering
how could it was in the shack.
He left his cloak in the shack fearing the Princess could recognize
it. He left the shack stepping outside into the deep snow. The
leaves on the trees were gone, only the branches shown. The snow
had covered everything, not a single stem of grass could be seen.
The cold wind blew slightly giving him chills. As he stood he
listened to the sounds of ship blowing their horns and hooves
echoing on the docks. It was the usual mornings that he woke
up to hear. He walked tot he cliff and saw the cold steam rising
from the water making it look like a light fog. He thought about
the stores he had went to a while back, there were decorations
on the windows. He thought it was odd but nothing that made him
wonder why. He left the cliff and walked into the forest heading
towards town. A special day was coming soon, one he didn't know
about and one he would never forget.
He walked carefully through the forest listening to the crunching
sounds that the snow made as he set his foot down. The forest
was quiet, no one was around, nothing but the trees could be
seen. He enjoyed it and wished he could always like in a place
that's as peaceful as this but he knew it wouldn't last long.
Once his mission was over he had to go home and live there for
the rest of his life. He walked down hill and up again till reached
the sidewalk which was almost cleared. Blizzard looked at the
sidewalk and wondered where the snow went? He looked around and
saw another pony shoveling snow from the sidewalk. He loved snow
and couldn't imagine why anyone would move the snow from their
He continued walking as he watched ponies still clearing their
sidewalks, others were clearing the snow from their porch. It
seemed that was all everyone was doing till he noticed a strange
thing. He stopped and watched a golden pony dragging a pine tree
into a house.
A bright aqua pony opened the door and smiled greatly, "Oh,
it's so beautiful."
"Well, you'll have to move or I can't get it into the house."
"Oh, of course. I'll get the decorations," the aqua
pony replied and left the door.
Blizzard watched closely not wanting to miss anything as the
golden pony dragged the tree into the living room in front of
"Why would anyone want a tree in their house?" Blizzard
thought, "There's plenty of trees outside." It was
in dead strange to see.
He continued walking and till he came to town. He was surprised
to see there were so many ponies walking around, from one store
to the next. Ponies carried large bags full of boxes and other
items. The stores had garland and lights around each window.
Ponies stood outside ringing bells. At the town quare stood a
large tree covered in lights and other small object. He noticed
a small lot next to the tree that had trees stacked on top of
each other, some stood while ponies looked at each tree. There
were more decorations in every stare than he had previously seen.
One thing that caught his interested were the trees. Why did
so many ponies stared at them? what was so special abut them?
He was curious and wanted to know so decided he too would check
out the trees. He crossed the street and stood at the white snow
covered fence watching the ponies walk around the lot. He stared
at the trees and still couldn't understand what was so special
"Blizzard!" a voice cried happily.
Blizzard looked through the row of trees and saw a long purple
haired pony with a white coat. He instantly recognized who it
was. The one pony who had captured his heart.
"Are you going to get a tree?" Lunarstar asked him
"What for?" Blizzard asked.
"For Christmas. It's just not Christmas without a Christmas
tree," Lunarstar explained.
Blizzard blinked a few times and looked suspiously at the trees
behind her, "Christmas trees? They looked like ordinary
trees to me."
"They are but during Christmas they're known as Christmas
trees," Lunarstar explained.
"Why?" Blizzard asked curiously.
"It's what everyone does during Christmas," Lunarstar
Rosebud and Booster walked from the trees and approached Lunarstar
at the fence.
"Lunarstar, there you are," Rosebud exclaimed.
"Mom, this is Blizzard, from school," Lunarstar told
Her parents smiled at him.
"Hello, glad to meet you," Booster replied smiling
but Blizzard just looked at him blankly.
"Are you here to get a tree too?" Rosebud asked him.
"What for?" Blizzard asked, "What's the point
in getting a tree and decorating it?"
"It's Christmas," Booster replied, "don't you
"No," Blizzard answered.
"Christmas is a joyful time of the year. You celebrate it
with family and friends, giving each other gifs and seeing the
smiles on their faces. Look around you, and tell me what you
see," Booster told him.
Blizzard looked at the large number of ponies buying stuff. They
walked around talking, some staring at decorations in the stores
and trees, "Walking around and staring at windows and trees."
Booster smiled, "I see more than that. I see the smiles
on ponies faces when they see a pretty decorations or exchanging
gifts. I see ponies singing and laughing. Just look at those
ponies at the big tree, the beauty of the tree and lights makes
anyone want to smile."
"We should be going. Lunarstar, hurry up we have to pick
a tree out and get it decorated," Rosebud told her.
"Ok, mom," Lunarstar replied, "Bye Blizzard, see
"Bye, and Merry Christmas," Booster told him and left
Blizzard stood and watched till Lunarstar disappeared among the
He turned from the fence and walked to the tall Christmas
tree and stared at the beauty of the twinkling lights. Each ornament
was different and sparkled like the stars at night. He didn't
realize how pretty Christmas trees were till now, was it the
lights and colors that attacked everyone to Christmas trees?
He noticed he wasn't alone looking at the trees, there were
other ponies as well. Next to him was a small purple pony smiling
happily at the tree.
"Mommy, it's so pretty," a little purple pony exclaimed.
Her eyes sparkled at the twinkling ornaments, "Looks like
the tree in the story."
Her mother was a pink pony with long rainbow hair, her daughter
had the same rainbow colors in her hair.
"Yes, it sure does," her mother replied, "Come,
we have shopping to do before going home."
Blizzard watched as the purple pony crossed the street.
"Christmas trees in stories?" Blizzard thought.
He stared for the longest time till he felt he had to leave.
He left the large tree and walked from store to store watching
ponies shop. A few stores down he noticed a rather small looking
Christmas tree. He was curious to see if there was more like
He walked into the store and saw the small Christmas tree,
there were other trees that were even smaller, some were made
of glass, figurines, ornaments, paintings and more. The whole
store seemed to have everything on Christmas trees. Blizzard
walked to the glass cases at the counter and looked at the snow
globs, for some strange reason he thought of Lunarstar. Would
she like one of them?
He carefully scanned the row of snowglobs till he saw one that
stood out more than the rest. It had a golden base with silver
Christmas tree designs on it. In the ball was a Christmas tree
with a few other plain trees next to it.
"May I help you?" A brown pony asked. his voice sounded
like a male but he had no hairy feet which Blizzard was still
not used to seeing.
"That ball," Blizzard pointed, "How much is it?"
The brown pony took the snowglob and turned a silver switch from
the bottom. The tiny bulbs on the tree lit up and the snow flew
around the water as he shook it.
"It's two hundred," the brown pony replied.
"It costs that much?" Blizzard asked surprisingly.
"Yes, because it plays music and this is a limited edition
snowglob. After Christmas we won't be selling anymore of this
particular one," the brown pony replied, "Do you still
"I do but I don't have that much," Blizzard replied.
"Well I'm sorry. you can comeback when you have the money
but make sure you come back before the last day of Christmas,"
the brown pony told him while he carefully put the snowglob back
in the case.
Blizzard was disappointed that it would coat so much. He was
sure Lunarstar would like it.
"How can I get that much?" Blizzard asked him.
"Get a job. There's lots of them around this time of year,"
the brown pony told him.
"Do you have one for me?" Blizzard asked him.
"No I'm sorry," the brown pony told him.
Blizzard turned from the pony squeezing through the crowd.
He left the store and walk along the snow covers sidewalk.
The crunching sounds of snow echoed through the street. Bags
made noises at ponies past each other. Groups of ponies stood
on corners singing Christmas songs while others watched. The
crows and noises was to much for Blizzard, all he wanted was
a quiet place to think and relax. He turned the corner and walked
into an alley. Ponies walked by not noticing Blizzard which was
what he wanted. Just then the purple little pony with rainbow
hair walked by with her mother when she saw Blizzard turning
into a cluster of snowflakes. The little pony stood and gasped
as she watched Blizzard fly towards the sky.
"Scarlet!" Her mother yelled.
"Mommy, I saw him!" Scarlet exclaimed.
Her mother approached her, "Saw who?"
"The snow pony. It was him. The same one that's in my story,"
"That's just a made up story. A pony can not possibly become
snow, it's a fantasy story. Now come on," Her mother turned
and left with Scarlet next to her.
"But he was real," Scarlet continued to tell her.
Blizzard flew over the busy town and landed in an alley next
to the ice cream shop. He returned to his pony form and left
the alley. He walked into the shop feeling relieved to be out
of the cold. He paused for a minute when he saw Lunarstar with
her friends. Non of them was having ice cream or shack but hot
chocolate instead. Blizzard sat at the counter on a red stool
next to the girls and ordered a hot chocolate.
"Blizzard why don't you come to the Christmas party with
us at the orphanage?" Lunarstar asked.
"Where?" Blizzard asked again, not sure what an orphanage
"The orphanage, where little ponies live who don't have
parents," Bright Eyes explained.
"There's going to be a Christmas party for them on Christmas
in a few days. We're all going," Patch explained.
"We're going to eat, play games and exchange presents. It'll
be fun," Bon Bon told him.
"No," Blizzard replied.
"Why?" Starlight asked.
"Because I don't want to go," Blizzard answered firmly.
Lunarstar looked at him sadly, "Well, in case you change
your mind, the orphanage is just down this street."
Patch leaned towards him, "Raspberry and Blueberry will
be there. He's already gotten Lunarstar a present."
Blizzard looked at her seriously as if he was trying his best
not to look mad. He stood up and left the counter. The girls
watched surprisingly as he left the shop.
"What did you say to him?" Starlight asked.
"Just that Raspberry and Blueberry will be there,"
Blizzard walked outside and stood on the sidewalk.
"He would have to be there," Blizzard thought angrily.
Just then a snowflake landed on his nose. He looked up and suddenly
it began to snow.
"Maybe I'll go back to the shack and get a job tomorrow,"
He crossed the street and went into the park walking. There wasn't
to many hoof prints in the snow, Blizzard could only guess not
to many ponies had walked by and it's not likely he will see
another pony anytime soon. He thought about the snowglob he wanted
to get for Lunarstar. He felt disappointed that he didn't have
the money to get it. He never felt a desire to get something
for someone, it was a strange feeling he had. Christmas was coming
in a few days and he had to get the money to buy Lunarstar the
He stopped and looked around, there were no one in site, only
snow blanketing the ground and branches. The benches and lamp
post was covered in snow.
Just then scarlet was walking out from the other side with her
parents when she saw Blizzard turning into a cluster of snowflakes.
"Mommy, Daddy. Look!" Scarlet pointed but it was to
late, Blizzard had blended in with the falling snow, making it
impossible to see him.
"I don't see anything,' The father replied, he was light
green with rainbow hair.
"It was him. I saw him," Scarlet exclaimed.
"Who?" the father asked.
"The snow pony!...I saw him, I really saw him. He was right
there and suddenly turned into snow," Scarlet exclaimed
"Scarlet, I told you he was not real!" the mother exclaimed
annoyingly, she looked at the confused father, "I'm sorry
honey. She's been talking about seeing him since we left the
tall tree in town."
The father looked at Scarlet seriously, "He's just a story
book. He's not real. It's not possible for a pony to turn into
snow. I'm sure you only imagined it."
"But daddy. I saw him. He was right there," Scarlet
exclaimed pointing to the spot where Blizzard was standing.
"Scarlet, drop it!" Her father yelled, "I do not
want to here it again. He's not real. He's only a story. You
can contact the author of the book if you want proof. Now stop
making up stories and lets go home."
Scarlet was saddened that her parents didn't believe her. What
made her feel even worse was that she had upset her father. Scarlet
knew this Christmas would be the one she would rather forget.
She had seen the most amazing thing and no one believed her.
Blizzard spent the next day doing small jobs in town and making
money but he wasn't even close to the amount of money he needed
to get the snowglob. He had made half the money he needed and
knew it would take a few more days to get the rest but then it
would be to late. He returned to his shack at night feeling upset
and disappointed. He had imagined giving Lunarstar the present
and seeing a smile on her face but now it looks like it'll never
Scarlet's parents were still arguing with her about the snow
pony. Scarlet didn't realize the trouble she had caused between
her mother and father. All she wanted was for them to believe
Later that night she laid awake staring out the frosted window
in her room. The sky was dark and the wind whistled outside her
window. She watched as snow began to fall, it reminded her of
the snow pony she had seen. Tomorrow was Christmas and she couldn't
stop thinking about how upset her parents were with her. She
decided to apologize to her parents. She quietly left her dark
pink room and walked silently downstairs. She suddenly stopped
on the stairs when she heard her parents in the kitchen. They
sounded so upset with each other, it surprised her to hear them.
"I'm sorry but she's young. She's at that age where she'll
believe anything, " The mother told him.
"She needs to stop telling stories about seeing the snow
pony. She could get in trouble at school for it," The father
told her, "Stop reading the book if you have to."
"I know but I tried to tell her he wasn't real," The
mother exclaimed and began to cry.
Scarlet was saddened, she had made her mother cry over something
she knew was real.
"I'll prove it to them," Scarlet thought, "They'll
have to believe me when they see him." She left the stairs
and quietly left the house. She ran through the snow leaving
the door cracked open.
The father looked at her sadly, "I'm sorry I know you
tried," He walked up to her and hugged her, "I hope
she gets over it soon. Now cheer up, lets both go and talk to
Once the mother had dried her face, she followed him out of the
kitchen to the stairs. They were about to climb the stairs when
they felt a cold draft on their coats. The father turned and
saw the door cracked open. He opened the door and saw tinny hoof
prints in the snow as it disappeared into the darkness
The mother looked and began to cry, "She ran away. What
are we going to do?"
"Look for her. Her tracks are fresh, I'm sure she heard
us arguing and left the house a few minutes ago,' the father
replied. They left the house and hurried down the street following
the tracks but the heavy snowfall soon covered the tinny hoof
"No!" The mother cried worriedly, "We won't be
able to find her now."
"We'll search her favorite places then," the father
"The docks. Maybe she went there since that's where you
work," The mother suggested hopefully.
"We'll look there too," The father replied.
They walked all over the neighborhood and to the park. They even
check a few of Scarlet's favorite stores but she wasn't there.
"She's got to be at the docks," The father told her.
They went through town while looking around for their daughter.
The streets were deserted, stores were closed with only the street
lamps to guide them. The snow began to pile on the sidewalk,
covering hoof prints of other ponies.
Blizzard was sound sleeps dreaming a nightmare. He was surrounded
in fire and crying as a baby pony. Blizzard moaned and turned
in his sleep, not being bothered by the cold. Just then, the
sounds of two ponies yelling for their daughter woke him up.
"I hope she's in there," Blizzard heard a female pony
"We'll find out soon," another voice replied.
Blizzard gasped. No one was to find out he was sleeping in the
shack. He stood up and picked up his blankets and pillow, then
he turned into a cluster fo snowflakes and hovered on the ceiling
just as the door opened. The father looked around, "I'm
sorry she's not here."
The mother cried, "She ran away and it's my fault."
The father closed the door, "No it's not, It's both of our
fault. Maybe we should have believed her anyways."
Blizzard returned to his pony form once he was sure the two ponies
had left. He sat his pillow and blankets down.
"Ran away?" Blizzard thought. He knew if she wasn't
found, there would be a search party for her and it would be
hard for him to find Princess Luna. Even worse, they could find
Blizzard had to help find the girl, otherwise his search for
the Princess would be over.
Blizzard left the shack and turned into a cluster of snowflakes.
He flew over the docks and forest scanning for a little pony,
then he flew over the town. He almost didn't see the little pony
curled by the tall Christmas tree. She laid and cried hoping
he would come.
"Now to find her parents," Blizzard thought.
He continued flying over the town and park but there was no sign
of them. He flew over the houses and saw two ponies walking towards
a house. He knew they had to be her parents, they both had rainbow
hair like her.
The mother was still crying, "Tomorrow is Christmas."
"We'll call the police and have them search," the father
Just as they father was about to open the door he heard the mother
gasp. He turned and looked at her surprised look. She was staring
at something. He looked behind him and saw a snowy pony figure
standing on the sidewalk.
"She was right," The mother whispered shockingly, "He's
"Do you know where she is?" the father asked.
Blizzard nodded his head and motioned them to follow him. He
flew from them as they tried to follow him.
"Wait, we can't see you in the falling snow," the father
Blizzard appeared at the corner some distance away and continued
to motioned them with his hoof. When they came close, he turned
into a cluster of snowflakes and flew to the next corner and
continued doing that till he was in town. He stood as a cluster
of snow flakes on a corner pointing. The parents approached and
looked around the corner. The mother cried happily when she saw
Scarlet asleep in the snow. She instantly ran to her with her
husband next to her.
The mother picked her put and hugged her. Scarlet woke up and
cried when she sow her mother crying, "I'm sorry mommy but
he's real. I saw him and you two won't believe me. I thought
I'd find him here but he never came. I'm sorry mommy."
"No, Scarlet. we are sorry for not believing you,"
The mother replied.
"You believe me?" Scarlet asked surprisingly.
The father pointed to the corner where a snowy pony figure stood
watching, "He led us to you."
Blizzard nodded his head and flew away, disappearing into the
The parents hugged her and walked home talking about the snow
pony. Scarlet knew she might never see him again but she didn't
really care, all she wanted was her parents to believe her.
Blizzard returned to the shack feeling unusually happy for
what he's done. A strange feeling he hadn't felt. He walked into
the shack and immediately noticed a white present with yellow
moons and sparkling Christmas trees and stars on it. A green
and white bow sat on top. It was small bow but not to big either.
Who could have left it there? And why? No one knew he was staying
at the shack. He approached the present and saw a note sticking
out from under the bow. He opened the note and read it 'To Lunarstar
from Blizzard' Blizzard was surprised and confused. He never
bought Lunarstar anything and no one knew he was buying anything
for her. He picked up the present and saw another note. He sat
the present down and opened the note, 'Merry Christmas, Blizzard."
"Who gave this to me? How did they know?" Blizzard
continued to ask himself.
Suddenly he heard a strange noise. It sounded like bells. He
ran outside and looked around the forest but saw nothing, only
darkness. The bells jingled loudly as it was getting closer.
Blizzard looked around the shack and scanned the forest but there
was still nothing there. He was desperate to see where the noise
was coming from, he feared he would miss it. Suddenly he heard
rushing wind sound above him and the bells began to fade away.
He ran to the cliff and looked around the sky but he didn't see
anything. Where did the bells come from? who was flying over
the shack? Where did the present come from?
He knew there wasn't anyway to get his answers, it'll just be
one of those strange rare mysteries that won't get answered.
He had a very exciting night and was feeling very tired, he yawned
and went into the shack. He laid under his blanket and fell fast
The next day Blizzard woke up yawning and stretching. He quickly
looked at the present next to him, making sure it was still there
and it was. Last night wasn't a dream. He stood up and picked
up the present, rereading the note on it. He hoped she would
like the present. Today was Christmas and he wanted to give her
the special present. He thought about the Christmas party and
wanted to go, especially if Blueberry was going to be there.
He remembered what Lunarstar had told him at the ice cream shop
about where to find the orphanage. He hoped he would wasn't late
for the party. He wrapped his legs and put the present in his
school bag, then he hung the bag around his neck and left the
shack. He walked through the forest to the houses and through
the park. As he walked he noticed he hadn't seen a single pony.
There were no tracks in the snow except for his. There wasn't
even a sound that could be heard. He thought since it was Christmas,
everyone would be outside but there was no body in sight.
He continued walking and hurried out of the park. He walked
past the closed ice cream shop and down the street.
As he past houses he saw through the windows, ponies eating a
large dinner, some were opening presents, some was playing games.
Every pony was at home celebrating Christmas. He soon saw a square
wooden sign in a front yard further down the street Blizzard
approached the yard and stopped. He read the sign 'Orphanage'
and was relieved he had found it. Behind the sign was a tall
bricked building with tall windows in a small part of the section.
Through the windows he could see all the little ponies laughing
and talking. He even recognized a few of them as Lunarstar's
friends. Blizzard took a deep breath and continued towards the
He stopped and knocked on the door, a minute later a pink
pony with peach hair opened the door.
"Are you here with Lunarstar?" the pony asked.
"Yes," Blizzard answered.
The pink pony smiled, "You must be Blizzard. My name is
Pixi. Please come in." She opened the door for Blizzard.
Once he was inside, she closed the door and led him through the
hallway to a large room with tall windows. In the center was
a tall tree but it wasn't as tall as the one in town. This tree
was covered in strange looking ornaments and starkly garlands,
at the top sat a glittering yellow star. There were tables at
one side of the room against the windows. There were bowls of
punch, food and presents on the tables. Little ponies gather
around the trees, playing and laughing. Blizzard immediately
noticed Lunarstar talking with her friends by the tables.
"There she is," Pixi pointed. She approached Lunarstar,
"Your friend is here."
Lunarstar turned and smiled at him, "You came!"
"You said you wasn't coming," Patch remarked.
"I changed my mind," Blizzard answered.
"What's in the bag?" Melody asked curiously.
"A present," Blizzard answered.
"The presents goes on the table," Pixi pointed to another
table which was bigger than the rest.
"I'd rather hold on to it myself," Blizzard told her.
"Oh, I see. It's for someone very special," Pixi smiled.
As they talked Blueberry approached them, "I'm surprised
Blizzard glared at him with his icy blue eyes.
"Well, I think it's time to have the little ponies open
their presents," Pixi cried hoping everyone in the room
heard her. The little ponies around the large tree stopped and
turned towards her with large smiles on their faces. Raspberry
was among the little ponies playing with them.
"Alright, everyone sit and wait till your called,"
Pixi told them. The little ponies sat on the floor quietly as
she read each label on the presents. Raspberry stood and watched
the little ponies receive their presents.
Blueberry smiled at Lunarstar and took out a light blue present
with glittery snowflakes and a golden bow on top. Lunarstar smiled
and took the present, "Oh the wrapping it so pretty. Thank
Blizzard quietly walked archway but watched from an archway that
separated the large room and the hallway. He had hoped to have
Lunarstar alone but with Blueberry there, he wouldn't have a
chance. It angered him to watch Blueberry so he decided to watch
the little ponies receiving presents and the smiles that shown
on their faces. Blizzard was memorized by their smiles, they
were happy and hopeful about their presents.
"Blizzard," Starlight called to him, "Who's your
"No one...Special," Blizzard replied without looking
Starlight saw the angry look in his eyes as he glanced at Blueberry.
It took her awhile to figure out what was wrong with him. Starlight
left Blizzard and approached Lunarstar who was at the table admiring
her new book.
"Lunarstar, go talk to Blizzard," Starlight whispered
Lunarstar turned and saw Blizzard at the archway just at the
hallway. He was watching the little ponies open their presents.
Lunarstar sat the book down.
"I'll be back," Lunarstar told everyone and left.
She approached Blizzard and smiled, "Why don't you join
"No that's ok. I'm enjoying it here," Blizzard replied
as his anger quickly disappeared. He opened his bag, "This
is for you," He took out the present and handed it to Lunarstar.
She took the present and stared at the wrapping and bow. She
had seen a lot of wrappings in stores but this was one wrapping
she had never seen before.
"The wrapping is so beautiful," Lunarstar muttered.
"Open it," Blizzard told her.
Lunarstar sat the present on the floor and carefully unwrapped
the present without tearing the wrappings, "I got to keep
this wrapping, it's so pretty." When she had unwrapped the
present, she opened the white box and took out a snowglob. It
wasn't small like she had noramly seen but this one was a little
bigger. It had a golden base with silver Christmas tree designs
on it. In the ball was a Christmas tree with a few other plain
trees next to it. Lunarstar shook the ball and held it still
watching it snow. She turn it on it's bottom and saw it was musical.
She turned the silver switch and held the ball upright listening
to it. Blizzard was also listening to the music it made. He stared
at the snowing ball as an image slowly appeared in his mind.
He saw a around music box playing soft music.
Blizzard blinked his eyes wondering what he was thinking? He
looked down at Luna and saw she was still looking at the snowglob.
"You like it?" Blizzard asked.
Lunarstar sat the snowglob down and stood up, "I love it.
It's as pretty as your wrapping. Thank you." She leaned
forward smiling at a worried Blizzard who wasn't sure what she
was about to do. She got close to him and kissed him on the cheek.
"Merry Christmas," Lunarstar whispered in his ear.
Then she took the snowglobe and wrapping paper and walked back
to the table.
Blizzard stared at her surprisingly. He had just been kissed
which left him with a warm happy feeling.
"Your under the mistletoe," a little orange pony said
pointing up. Blizzard hadn't realized she was standing close
to him till now. He looked up and saw something hanging down
"What is it?" Blizzard asked her.
"It's a mistletoe. You kiss the one you love under it,"
The pony replied and ran back to the group.
"Love?" Blizzard asked looking at Lunarstar. He wasn't
sure what the little pony meant by that word and some how he
really didn't care at the moment.
"Get over here!" Patch exclaimed, "Join the party."
Blizzard decided maybe this one time he would join them in a
party, Teriney would never have to know.