it snowed 2day
even though it was 80 degrees yesterday ????
When someone tells you to go to bed cause it’s super late~
Send my muse prying asks about anything and everything… please?
i just want jack frost and peter pan to be friends or at least know each other so one of them can make a joke directed at the other and he can be like
that never gets old
Wishing you all a Happy Easter!
"There will be springtime! On every continent! And I’m bringing hope with me!” - Bunnymund (Rise of the Guardians)
[ PASSIONATELY SINGS A SONG IN A LANGUAGE I DON’T UNDERSTAND]
I love how they’re all Disney.
Kuhviertel - Münster - Germany (von Thomas Schmitz)
Susie stiffened as the other’s arms enveloped her, letting out a tiny cry as she felt one of her snowflakes shatter. Contact sped it up…not good.
Susie let out a dark chuckle at Jocelyn’s attempt at reassurance. Her grief was raging, and so was her terror. She was dying again, slower this time, but it was coming. The tears started pouring down her cheeks, slowly, only a few at a time.
She turned to face the other, her eyes solemn but burning bright.
"Thanks…your…your sister was lucky too."
She saw the effect the words had on Jocelyn and continued, before she lost her nerve.
"You were ice skating, the ice was thin. She got too close…but you pulled her back. Even though you fell through that thin ice and drowned in that lake. You saved her life. Just like I did with my brother. And we died for it! On the exact! Same! Night!"
The wind picked up, the snow starting to swirl madly as Susie’s emotions got the best of her. She clutched at her head, the tears now freezing before falling to the ground. A scream tore from her throat, full of anguish.
"You wanted the truth…YOULL GET THE TRUTH. You want to KNOW who you are?! You want to know WHY you were put here?! You want to know WHY YOU DONT REMEMBER ANYTHING IVE TOLD YOU?!"
Susie pointed angrily at the sky, spearing the moon with her fingertips.
"BECAUSE HE MESSED UP! IN SAVING BOTH OF US, SOMETHING HAD TO GIVE. HE COULDNT USE HIS POWERS TO PRESERVE ALL OF US."
The girl still looked confused, scared even. Susie laughed hysterically, it sticking in her tear-tight throat. The girl would hate her now, there was no changing that.
"You don’t get it, do you?…IM THE REASON YOU LOST YOUR MEMORY!"
It was rather bewildering, if not upsetting, the way Susie had turned so distressed. Her words, though, soon put her mind elsewhere.
"I.. I had a sister?" She ran her fingers through her hair, taking a step back involuntarily and casting her eyes above. "And I saved her. She’s alright? No, she was alright.” She let out a short chuckle, incredulous. ”Okay so.. Okay. We died.” It was overwhelming to take in, to say the least. “But we’re here now, and.. And that’s what matters, right?”
The other didn’t seem to agree. In fact, she didn’t seem to be listening to her at all. Jocelyn watched with increasing concern as the girl scream, and felt the raging wind all around her. Snow was her element too, but this she didn’t create, this was something out of control and the source was in front of her, drowning in her own emotions.
"Susie." She reached out once again, not quite touching her. "SUSIE, listen to me. It’s alright, you’re fine.."
But she was still frantic, crying about the truth and basically, yes, the questions Jocelyn had mulled over and over again throughout the long years. “I.. do, I do, Susie, but that’s alright, they can wait. Just please, calm down.” It was becoming more and more like a blizzard, flurries of white flying from all directions. Jocelyn wasn’t sure why the girl was so distraught, until she shouted the words.
"I’M THE REASON YOU LOST YOUR MEMORY!"
That drained whatever color left in her already pale face. She stood frozen, for a while gripping and ungripping her staff, before finally saying again, her voice tight, “Well, that’s still not your fault. You said it yourself, Susie. The Moon messed up, there was nothing you could do.” But her heart could not help but feel the slight bitterness. Why was she granted with the memory, and not her?
The collision was clearly unexpected. On both parts. In her defense though, how was she to know that there was someone else there? The field had seemed thoroughly empty when she decided to float backward earlier. “Whoops, sorry!” the winter spirit laughed as she straightened herself up, eyeing the other, “That one’s on me!”
"Well I am very busy usually. Okay I just wanted to be a little proper in front of a beautiful woman." He winked at her with a smile, "I have seen you though you like lilacs…" he then made a lilac come out of his hand.
That’s two compliments already in such a short time. The winter spirit let herself a slow smile, “Charming, aren’t you, Seren? You don’t look half bad yourself.” His remark about being busy had her raise a brow. But the girl decided to let it go. “Lilac?” She plucked the flower from the other spirit’s hand, placing it under her nose and sniffed, smiling as she savored the fragrance. Sweet and light and fresh, just like spring. “They’re pretty alright, but not my favorite.” A playful grin was on her lips. “Wanna try again?”