Comforting (Frost-ler)It was an ordinary night in the Truffula forest.More Like This
A full day of playing in the hot sun had lead way to a night of peaceful slumber, and all the animals had laid their weary heads to rest hours ago.
Everything was calm...until a certain white-haired guardian flew through the forest – causing a cold breeze to come howling in as he passed. The centuries-old master of snow tried not to laugh as he saw various sleeping animals get startled awake by the cold wind and look around frantically for some sort of explanation, but wound up failing most of the time.
His name was Jack Frost, and, believe it or not, he was actually on his way to see Once-ler.
Ever since The Lorax (who Jack had also recently just met) has introduced the two; they seemed to have an instant connection. (although, the fact Once-ler was one of the few people who could actually see Jack didn't hurt either) In fact; they'd spend hours upon hours just simply talking to each other almost every night. Although...Jack could
CaviarMore Like This
So we went over to my sister's new apartment. She's in some weird artistic intellectual mode and served us things like caviar and cheap Merlot. It was just a little one-bedroom, and every available surface was covered in books with broken spines, on odd subjects like ethnobotany and male pregnancy. These belonged to her new boyfriend, some kind of doctor. I met him once and he really creeped me out a little, eyes like Rasputin or something, but Ma couldn't be happier.
"This is all you can afford on David's salary?" Ma asked of the apartment.
"He's just an intern," said Lisa, "and this is all we're going to need. Look at that view! You can see all across the Sound, it's gorgeous. You can make out every tree on every island."
"But what if you ever want kids? You'll have to move." Ma smeared some caviar on a stone-ground wheat cracker and took a nibble. "Say, this is delicious. I never had caviar before. I heard it was supposed to be salty, but this is just nice".
"It's not salt-water. An