A LKHFF Magical Christmas - part 3
Chapter 3 - A Christmas Miracle
Gia and Tig smiled when they saw Vitaly rejoin the party. Tig ran up to his dad and gave him a big hug. Vitaly smiled warmly, knelt down and wrapped his arms gently around his son.
"Are you okay, Dad?" asked Tig.
"Da," replied Vitaly. "Merry Christmas, Tig."
Gia came over and smiled. "I know you wanted to have Christmas at our home."
"This is our home, Gia," the tiger replied. "You and I, and our son…and all or friends. We'll have Christmas in manger if we have too." Vitaly laughed, and so did Gia. Tig ran over to the tree, picked up a medium-size gift and brought it over. He smiled with wide-eyed as he held it up to Vitaly.
"Merry Christmas, dad," the tiguar said. "I made this for you."
Curiously, Vitaly t
A LKHFF Magical Christmas - part 1A LKHFF Magical Christmas - part 12 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Chapter 1 - Snowed in at the Studios
It was Christmas Eve, and many, many friends were gathered at the LionKingheart Fantasy films studios ballroom. The G. E. Predators were performing a holiday rock concert. Palladon the Panther and Armagator the Alligator were on electric guitar. Tye the Tiger was on drums. Prowl the Lynx was on Saxaphone and Arostarr was on electric keyboard. Casey the Lion and Cassie the Lioness sang the lead while Blaze the Cheetah, Jag the Jaguar and Kyyaa Broderick sang back up.
In the audience were the adventure teams. Pooh's Adventure team and Ash's Adventure team were at the front left side of the ballroom. Yogi Bear's team and Danny's Adventure team were at the front right side, and to the center were the Jungle Crew, the Madagascar Crew and the Fantasy Crew. The GEP finished their last song of the evening, an 80's style version of "Walking in a Winte
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Chapter 2 - The Meaning of Christmas
During a music break, the rest of the GEP decided to grab some cocoa while Jag talked with the kids about the real science of Santa.
"Now, kids, Uncle Jag is going to tell you how it is possible for one man, like Santa, to fly around the world in one day," the jaguar stated as the kids listened carefully. "The Earth is divided into 24 latitudes, or vertical geographic coordinates that run from the North Pole to the South Pole. Each vertical coordinate is separated by a one hour time zone. Theoretically, Santa begins his flight at the earliest time zone around the Eastern most regions and flies westward. In doing so, he can remain within same hour while the rest of the world moves forward in time."
"But Uncle Jag," asked L.S. "How does Santa fit into the chimneys?"
"That's a very good question, L.S. I believe the