The Gift Giver (Edited)A short story written by ArtPwnyThe Gift Giver (Edited)1 year ago in Romance More Like This
Edited by Kat C.
Derpy walked inside of her house and shut the door behind her. She lowered her back to let her empty mailbag slide off over her tail and slump in a messy heap onto the floor. Sighing to herself her eyes were lowering from exhaustion. Delivering the mail today had really worn her out and the bottom of her hooves hurt. She walked across the living room and flopped down on the couch. She laid on her stomach thinking about her day. There had been a lot of mail to deliver today.
She sat up to flex out her wings, which were sore from flying all day. Closing her eyes she stretched out the rest of her body followed by a big yawn. She was hungry but felt too tired to get up and get something from the fridge. Suddenly there was a knock on the door. A very soft knock. Derpy wasn't sure if she had even heard it. Leaning in from the couch towards the door, Derpy tried to hear more knocking. A few seconds passed
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Big Macintosh still had Caramel's words in his head even as he worked harder to ignore them. It was not that Caramel was wrong. Mac wanted to ask Pinkie Pie out for a while now, but he never quite figured out how. At least that excuse satisfied him until today. He knew how to ask Pinkie out on a date. The problem was that he could never think of an excuse to go and ask her out. He tried offering to take the Cakes their daily apple shipment, but Applejack would always insist on it so she could visit with Pinkie for a bit. Mac would never deny his little sister any chance to spend time with her friends, and seeing her leave the farm occasionally to have fun was always welcome.
Today was different. If Caramel could pony up and bring himself to ask Applejack out, then he should be able to do the same. 'I'll go one this fence is finished,' he promised himself. He was content to content to allow himself this excuse and f